Sheree Whitfield Rejoins Cast of Bravo’s Real Housewives Of Atlanta After Three Years!

By Meghna Subhedhar | 2 years ago

Bravo’s “Real Housewives of Atlanta” (RHOA) will have returning cast members even as their star NeNe Leakes is leaving for greener pastures. Read on for more details.

While the fans of the series will be disappointed to hear that NeNe Leakes is leaving the show, they will be delighted to hear that Sheree Whitfield who had left the reality series after RHOA Season 4 will be returning back for season eight. Whitfield has finalized her contract with Bravo and will be joining the escapades of the cast in season 8.

Leakes had recently announced that she was leaving Bravo to join abc network’s “To tell the truth” as a panelist and fans were wondering who was going to get in. Bravo finally decided to pick the familiar face of Sheree Whitfield to replace Leakes. If sources are to be believed, filming has already begun on season eight of the Bravo series. It is rumored that the former cast member Marlo Hampton will also be make an appearance on some of the episodes, TMZ reported.

Readers will remember that Whitfield had pulled at Kim Zolciak’s wig in the second season of “Real Housewives of Atlanta” and during season four, she was seen fighting with her ex-husband, former NFL player Bob Whitfield. They had apparently gotten embroiled in a dispute over child support. It has been revealed that Cynthia, Kenya, Kandi Burruss, Phaedra Parks have all returned for season eight. And the shooting has already seen much drama among the stars.

ET recently reported that Whitfield and Kenya Moore got into a fight and the fight escalated into a physical struggle when one of them threw water at the other. Apparently, the fun stuff of the reality show is the drama and the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” has truckloads of it.

Daily Mail reported this first.

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