The Real Housewives of Atlanta cast members have been put on notice by Bravo: no fighting or else! The network is not taking any chances with this season’s reunion after the chaos and mayhem they received at the last one involving Porsha Williams and Kenya Moore’s nasty catfight. Radar Online is reporting Bravo has beefed up security just in case the ladies get a bit rowdy once they are placed in the hot seat by host Andy Cohen as they discuss the highlights and low points of the season. Producers are still not amused by the brawl between Porsha and Kenya, so they are letting every Southern belle know up front the reunion will be a violence-free zone.
According to the site, the women must sit at their designated seats and aren’t allowed to get up unless there is a break from shooting or they get permission. What is this kindergarten? If the ladies decide to buck from Bravo’s plans and regulations they will be promptly annexed from the taping. Sounds like Bravo ain’t playing with these peaches!
To drive home the point they are trying to make, Bravo has also nixed booze from being served during the filming and also are trying to get the women to sign a contract. Just what’s in this document? Sources tell the site:
Bravo wants the ladies to sign a legally binding document that they won’t engage in any physical fighting. However, several cast members are refusing to sign it because fighting back as self defense isn’t included in the language.
During the last reunion special of the hit reality series, Porsha and Kenya got into a verbal altercation, with the former Miss USA shouting into a bull horn and waiving a scepter in Porsha’s face. A fed up Porsha snatched it away from Kenya with the two participating in a screaming match, resulting in Porsha snatching Kenya’s hair and dragging her down to the floor and attacking her.