In preparation for the Real Housewives of Atlanta's 100th episode special, let's revisit some of our favorite former characters. What ever happened to...
After two seasons of RHOA, Lisa split from husband Ed Hartwell in 2011. Since then she's been kept busy by her son EJ, and kept in touch with NeNe Leakes. Lisa was at NeNe and Gregg's 2013 wedding and spotted on the series I Dream of NeNe. She's also been focused on her career, co-authoring the book When the Cake Is Made and appearing in films Meet the Browns and The Internship.
Season 1 cast member went through a painful divorce in 2010 but rebounded with new personal and professional opportunities, including writing the children's book series Lil Shawnee in 2013.
The hair and beauty expert continues to work in Atlanta and was most recently seen on E!'s Botched. As for his tenuous relationship with NeNe? "I am cordial with NeNe," he told Fashion Reverie. "We have made up. We don’t agree on many things but we have moved on and our relationship is solid."
The party planner was on the receiving end of one of the greatest Housewives lines of all-time. He used his 15 minutes to record a song (called "Party Planner," natch) and was reportedly shopping his own idea for a reality show to networks. Today, fans of his YouTube page can hear him cover songs like "What Is Love," featured on Fox's Empire.
NeNe's former friend has an ambitious 2015. She's no longer on the show, but continues to be an integral part of the Atlanta community. "I will be launching a new website soon, continuing my work with foster girls through Glam it Up!, working on a book, more television appearances, and simply trying to give back," she told S2S magazine earlier this year. Despite saying there is "no relationship" with NeNe, she is not opposed to returning to RHOA. "As long as the ladies keep it entertaining, RHOA will remain a hit, but they may need a few Marlo Hampton guest appearances to keep it spicy!" she said.
Kenya Moore's fan
The most infamous accessory from the Season 5 reunion had a hand in one of the more explosive Housewives moments. Kenya previously told the Dish she borrowed the fan from a drag queen named Raquel who is "just the most fabulous performer in Atlanta." According to Kenya, Raquel taught her the best way to pop the fan for emphasis, which she used multiple times when speaking to Porsha. Since the show it's gone back to its rightful owner, but don't think Kenya won't come looking for it again. "I may need to get that fan from her so that I can sell it on eBay!" Gone with the wind fabulous, as always.
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