Cast Blog: #RHOA

RHOA Makes It Rain in Vegas

Derek J. would have been hitting the strip club along with the ladies.

Let me start this off by saying that I am enjoying this season more and more as the weeks continue! These girls never cease to entertain or amaze me. So I’ll start off with my HELL NO of the week. An eight hour bus ride to Vegas? No ma'am! Though it was funny to see the girls losing their minds!

The Vegas trip seemed cool, even though not everyone was prepared to "Live La Vida Vegas." OK, so I won't say everybody, I guess I will just say Porsha. (Sorry, girl.) But in her defense, she does have to make sure the "King of Her Castle" is pleased with her behavior. Who are we to challenge that? But me personally, I would have been tipping like Kandi, Kenya, and Phae-Phae!

I was glad to see that after the small hiccup, the girls stormed Vegas and had a good time bonding. Shout out to Cynthia for all that midday DRAG too!

I can't end this without talking about this week's installment of the Donkey vs. Stallion battle. Was Phaedra wrong for mentioning Walter when Kenya orally engaged her strawberry? Either way, once again, the ish hit the fan. I hope they got it out this time, or at least can wait to bring it on the reunion.
All in all, this episode made me smile and at the core, since they're getting along pretty well. The saying goes, "Girls just wanna have fun," and I have to say, that's exactly what they did.

See you next week!

Cynthia: I'm Very Proud of Noelle

Cynthia Bailey dishes on Noelle's first homecoming and her role in Kenya's pilot.

I gave Noelle a few pointers on her walk for homecoming, and of course Kenya showed her how to twirl just in case the occasion called for it, LOL! Noelle looked great and had a great time at the homecoming dance. I am very proud of her. Noelle has blossomed into a beautiful and respectful young lady.


I truly enjoyed being a part of Life Twirls On! Before I became a Housewife, I worked for years in New York City as a successful professional model. Over the years I have done acting work, but my focus has always been on my modeling career. I have recently realized my love for acting, and I am excited to expand my career. Thank you, Kenya, for this amazing opportunity.

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