08:43 PM EDT 05/22/2015
Real Housewives of Atlanta
Originally posted 04/06/2015 03:10PM
Take that, body-shamers! Former Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kim Zolciak Biermann made it clear that she loves her curves – and her cookies – in a sexy new swimsuit selfie that she posted to her Instagram on Monday.
"I love food! #DessertEspecially," the Bravo star captioned a photo of herself posing in the mirror in nothing but a skimpy green string bikini. She also included emojis of wine, pizza, cake, cookies and chocolate in her post.
Zolciak Biermann, 36, also took to social media Friday to defend herself against Instagram followers who called her legs "chunky" after she shared a photo of herself "getting ready for Spring Break" in a short, skintight black dress.
Originally posted 04/06/2015 07:25AM
Easter blessings extended all the way to The Real Housewives of Atlanta on Sunday night.
Viewers witnessed something they never thought they'd see: Enemies Kenya Moore and Phaedra Parks ended their long-standing feud during their girls' trip to the Philippines with a genuinely emotional truce.
Originally posted 04/04/2015 12:10PM
When it comes to body shaming, Bravo star Kim Zolciak Biermann won't back down!
Real Housewives of Atlanta Sneak Peak: Phaedra Parks and Kenya Moore End Their Longstanding Feud … for Now
Originally posted 04/02/2015 05:00PM
Kenya Moore's relationship with Phaedra Parks has been strained to say the least since Park's estranged husband Apollo Nida lied about Moore wanting to have sex with him, but in a clip for Sunday night's episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta, the former enemies seem to put aside their differences and move forward.
"I was in a place of being angry, and I was very hurt by what had transpired," Parks tells Moore in a one-on-one conversation during the cast's trip to Manila.
"When we first met we were working on a friendship, and when this crazy stuff started happening, I was hurt. Hurt people do things to hurt others sometimes," continued Parks.
Originally posted 03/30/2015 12:35AM
Viewers may have witnessed a first on Sunday's The Real Housewives of Atlanta: A girls' trip with little drama.
The wives had a lot of baggage to deal with (both the personal and travel varieties) during their jaunt to the Philippines, but they did leave something behind: NeNe Leakes.
Leakes stayed back to meet with the creative director of Cinderella, who gave her a taste of her own shade when her reading with him was, well, not nearly as magical as a glass slipper.
"I want to bring it," Leakes said, suggesting she wanted to try out "two accents," an idea that did not float well.
"You better bring it," he said. "Your name is on the marquee."
Originally posted 03/23/2015 07:20AM
Viewers got an inside look at Phaedra Parks's painful decision to divorce Apollo Nida on Sunday's The Real Housewives of Atlanta.
"It was madness all the time. Every day," a teary Parks confessed to Sarah Jakes, daughter of Bishop T.D. Jakes. "He was always getting into fights. It was nonstop."
Parks said she tried to support Nida – even when he was sentenced to eight years in prison for fraud – but the never-ending drama was too much.
Originally posted 03/16/2015 07:05AM
Perhaps NeNe Leakes should have opted for retail therapy instead of group therapy with The Real Housewives of Atlanta on Sunday, as she stormed out of a counseling session she organized when the wives focused on all their bad blood with her.
Originally posted 03/09/2015 06:30AM
Although Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker have only been married a few months, the newlyweds acknowledged on Sunday's The Real Housewives of Atlanta that not only was the honeymoon over, but it never really began.
"We didn't even have a honeymoon," Burruss told a counselor, whom the couple sought out in order to work through tensions in their new marriage.
Tucker acknowledged that the pressure to sign a prenup – which was a major theme of last season, when Burruss's mother, Mama Joyce, called Tucker an opportunist for refusing to sign one – had affected their marriage.
Originally posted 03/02/2015 08:40AM
Usually, chocolate is a good thing, but on Sunday's The Real Housewives of Atlanta it wasn't so sweet for Phaedra Parks.
"The 'whore-pocracy' of this group is disgusting," Cynthia Bailey said, after telling Kenya Moore and Claudia Jordan at a wine-tasting about the text messages that Parks's husband, Apollo Nida, said he had discovered on his wife's cell that he believed showed she was having an affair with a man named Chocolate. "Over the past few years, Phaedra has had an issue with telling the truth."
Originally posted 02/16/2015 07:55AM
On a frightening The Real Housewives of Atlanta Sunday, an angry Apollo Nida showed up at Phaedra Parks's home instead of reporting to the big house to begin serving an eight-year prison sentence for fraud.
"Apollo threatened to do all kinds of horrific things, and I was scared for our safety," said Parks, who was having all of the locks on her house re-keyed when Nida showed up and angrily began flying through the house. "I've got to make sure I'm safe."
"Why would you lock me out of my own house," Nida yelled after pulling into the driveway, where the garage door code was being changed. "Who would do some lowdown sh-- like this?"
"You're supposed to be reporting to prison today," replied a calm Parks. "A mind is a terrible thing to waste ... and his is clearly gone."
"Are you gonna call the police on me?" asked Nida. "Don't play me right now."
Instead of calling the police, Parks called Nida's friend, Bun, who came over to try to calm him.
"It's like he's got a death wish," Parks said of her estranged husband, who finally took off in his car, before returning yet again.
"Stop playing with me!" he yelled.
"I'm not sure what he's capable of at this moment," said a still calm Parks, "because he has nothing to lose."
Nida then stormed through the house once more before rushing into the garage with a power drill he kept turning on and off.
"Go away from me with this!" yelled Parks.
"Listen to me for one second," Nida whispered into her ear threateningly, the drill in his hand. "Do not call the police."
"I might not be here when you get back," Parks said to Nida when he finally walked away.
"You always leave me," he said.
"I'm praying for you," she replied.
"You should. You took everything from me. You got all these people brainwashed."
Nida was referring to his earlier conversation with Cynthia Bailey's husband, Peter Thomas, in which he told him he had discovered texts on Parks's phone that showed she was having an affair with an African man named "Chocolate."
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