Cast Blog: #RHOA

Keny-once? - Ep 10

Bravotv.com's Associate Editor thinks that while Kenya may look somewhat like Beyonce, Porsha really looks like Solange.

If you had to come up with two things to look at for an hour, you'd probably go with cute babies and Beyonce, right? Right! Well, this episode delivered both of those things, and I couldn't have been happier.

No. 3 - Glam-Ma NeNe

In case you hadn't heard, surprise! NeNe's a grandmother. Or excuse me, glam-mother. And I have to say, she certainly lives up to her self-given title. I mean, did you see those shoes she was rocking at the baby clothing boutique? I'm surprised all the babies and mothers in the store weren't in tears at how fabulous they were. Only an extra fabulous grandmother could juggle wearing those stilettos, shopping for cute clothes, and holding a small baby at once.

No. 2 - Splish Splash, Ayden's Takin' a Bath

I'm not sure who was cuter in Ayden's bath tub scene, Ayden or Regina (yet another fabulous grandmother). I could probably have watched Regina try and wheedle sweet tea from Ayden for the entire show.

How adorable is Ayden though? Seriously, I'd probably give him as much sweet tea as he wants, because I think it would be impossible to say no to that face. In Ayden's own words, "So delicious!"
Side Note: How can I get a giant banner with my name on it above my tub? Because I want one.
No. 1 - Is This Beyonce?

According to Kenya, she is very often confused for Beyonce. Can you see it? I can't decide, so leave your thoughts on their resemblance in the comments. Somehow Porsha does kind of remind me of Solange though. She said that as a joke and then I was kind of like, "Hold on, she DOES look like Solange." Google it and then do a side by side, you'll be shocked.

Side Note: Cynthia had that put a ring on it comment ready and waiting for her interview. Burn!
Next week it looks like things may get backed up with Phaedra and Apollo's donkey booty video.

Phaedra: Ending a Marriage Isn't Easy to Discuss

Phaedra Parks opens up about the difficulties of seeiking a divorce.

Bravotv.com: What were your thoughts about the counseling session? Do you regret not attending?
Phaedra Parks: I do not regret my decision to forego the counseling session. As Porsha said, while many of these women say things in an effort to move forward, their actions contradict their words. Hopefully, some benefit was received from the counseling, but everybody knows actions speak louder than words, so I will be watching to see a change.

Bravotv.com: Why did you break down when talking to Sarah Jakes?
PP: This situation has been very overwhelming to me and being surrounded by mean girls has not made it any easier. During one of my most difficult nights, I prayed and asked God to send me someone who knew HIM but could understand me, and I received a call from Sarah within 24 hours. I knew God had answered my prayer, because Sarah and I are both preachers' children. As such, we are often scrutinized based on our parents' calling rather than who we are as individuals. That being said, she understood my plight as a Christian, wife, mother, and business woman. Sarah went through a difficult situation and could relate to what I was experiencing. Because I knew God sent her, I trusted her, I already respected her, and she made me feel safe. I thank God for sending her!


Bravotv.com: Was it hard talking to the lawyer about your marriage?
PP: It is never hard to talk with a friend and colleague, who has mentored you for well over a decade. Ronne Kaplan like myself is a mother, who endured and survived a difficult first marriage. She did not allow that relationship to defeat or discourage her. Ronne is one of the best family lawyers in the country with a specialty focusing on high asset cases, so I knew she was not only well versed regarding my situation, but she also loves me like a daughter. Ending a marriage is not an easy thing to talk about, but she helped me focus on what was most important and gave me sound advice. It was incredibly helpful to have her put things in perspective for me and tell me what I needed to hear, not what I wanted to hear.

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