No. 2 - Reading with Cynthia
I could probably watch NeNe talk about Cynthia reading Kenya on loop. She sure knows how to work a good hand motion. But I'm getting ahead of myself.
I thought maybe the Bailey Agency debacle might have been a little hiccup in what could have been at least a cordial relationship. But it would seem Kenya and Cynthia are heading down the express lane to full on confrontation mode. First off, Kenya grabs the mic after Cynthia to give a speech, leading with, "Enough of that clown business..." Clearly she has no problem saying how she feels. Then she goes over to NeNe to give a "Cynthia and I may not be friends, but I hope we can be" speech. Before NeNe can process that and form a response Cynthia swoops in to give Kenya a little read. And as NeNe informed us, we're not talking about books. She went straight for every model's weak spot -- age. I imagine no Miss U.S.A. wants to be asked what year they won. Burn! But at least we did learn a fun fact: Vanessa Williams was the first black Miss U.S.A.
I have had no electricity for a while. Can someone plz tell me why Kim is not in the group pic above? (Housewives of Atlanta pic above?)
CathieD. Because she's not going to be on the show the whole season. I believe she leaves in the middle so Porsha is her replacement
"But at least we did learn a fun fact: Vanessa Williams was the first black Miss U.S.A." Fact check: Beautiful, talented and accomplished Vanessa Williams was the FIRST BLACK MISS AMERICA. Carole Gist was the first BLACK Miss USA. Sloppy seconds Kenya's(and her flat behind) tenure followed Miss Gist, in 1993. Cynthia spoke the truth when she commented that Kenya has basically 'bought her biscuits". Just check out the 1993 Miss USA swimsuit competition video on Youtube...you'll be shocked.