Bravotv.com: Was it difficult to pack up your old home?
Cynthia Bailey: It was very difficult to pack up my old home. It is the only home that Noelle and I have ever known since our move to Atlanta from New York City almost nine years ago. There is so much history and memories in that house. I actually teared up watching the flashbacks. I didn't think I would be so emotional.
Bravotv.com: How did Noelle deal with the move?
CB: Noelle was excited about the move until it was actually time to move. Then she started to get all sentimental on me. She was eight years old when we moved to Atlanta, and now she is seventeen. Noelle grew up in that house.
Bravotv.com: Do you think Phaedra was being shady with her text?
CB: Absolutely! I think Phaedra was throwing a little shade my way in the group text, but because her event was for charity and a great cause, I chose to focus on the positivity of what she was trying to accomplish. I have donated water, and money to support the people who have been affected by the Flint Water Crisis. Phaedra's pop up shop event was another great opportunity for me to show my support. All shade aside, what I took away from the text was the idea of all of us having our own individual pop up shops for our own charities, and all us coming together as a group (like we did for Phaedra's foundation) to support each other. I think that would be amazing!
Bravotv.com: Were you surprised to see Kenya and Marlo arguing?
CB: I honestly had no idea that there was an issue between Kenya and Marlo, so yes I was surprised to see them arguing. Hopefully in time they can get past their issues and be friends again.