NeNe Leakes, who is on the outs with her friend Cynthia Bailey, said earlier this month on "Watch What Happens" that Cynthia is the dullest of the six and based on a poll I did a week ago, the most dispensable. She said she doesn't like Kenya but she's good for the show.
But NeNe doesn't make these personnel decisions. "Watch What Happens" host Andy Cohen, who certainly has influence when it comes to these decisions, has indicated nothing about Bravo's thought process. Based on the trailer, this Sunday, he will at least tell the world how Bravo does not condone violence, ahem.
On the reunion episode, Andy asked Porsha to apologize for her behavior but I have not seen her do so yet, at least not publicly.
Kenya has said she wants Porsha out now that she got physically violent with her. Then again, with Kenya, she may just be putting on a faux "victim" act because it keeps her in the headlines. (Heck, AP, which usually avoids "Real Housewives" ridiculousness, interviewed her a few days ago.)
In that AP interview, she said she is even considering leaving the show. But that again could be just her way to get people talking. What would she do otherwise? This type of "acting" is right up her alley. She was imported by Bravo from Los Angeles to create mayhem and she has done a very good job creating drama with her twirling and her scepter and her nasty asides.
TMZ said the four women who are not Kenya and Porsha are banding together and defending Porsha.
"Real Housewives of Atlanta," 8 p.m. April 27, part 2 of the reunion shows, Bravo