Is Omarosa Really About To Join Real Housewives Of Atlanta?

April 13, 2017  |  

Omarosa RHOA

This past Saturday, Omarosa Manigault said “I do” to Pastor John Allen Newman (of Jacksonville, Florida) and they celebrated their nuptials at the Trump International Hotel in Washington D.C. One of the guests present was Real Housewives of Atlanta star Phaedra Parks. And while Manigault opened up last year about all of the friends she lost after throwing her support at Donald Trump (including a woman who was supposed to be one of her bridesmaids), she and Parks seem to be buddy-buddy. Just check out the picture Parks shared from the wedding of the two together:

While the picture created a conversation about when in the hell Parks and Manigault became friends and why, it also had people speculating on whether or not Manigault could be taking her glowing personality to The Real Housewives of Atlanta. From Wendy Williams’s Twitter page, followers of the talk show host were asked if they wanted to see the former Apprentice star and director of communications for the office of public liaison for the Trump administration on the show.

While a majority said no, Manigault actually responded, shutting down the possibility of appearing as an RHOA cast member.
https://twitter.com/OMAROSA/status/852223825852997643

And Andy Cohen, executive producer of the Real Housewives franchise jumped at the chance to give a hard pass to such an idea. When someone asked him if the rumors were true, Cohen emphatically said “Oh hell no!” and replied that adding her to the cast would be “an end to my sanity.”

So I guess we can all agree that she would not be a good addition to the Atlanta cast. But, if we’re being honest, seeing her play nice-nasty with Kenya Moore would be something else…

 

Image via WENN 

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