In just over one week “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” will return to television screens for the 11th season and Bravo has unveiled the ladies’ newest batch of taglines.
The new catchphrases, which will air during the show’s opening credits, were obtained by Entertainment Tonight Tuesday, Oct. 30.
“I am the glue for my wig and my family!” she says, apparently deciding not to go the shady route as suggested by fans.
Lucky and in love Cynthia Bailey recites, “I age like fine wine, and now, I am ready to chill.” Her line undoubtedly references her stunning beauty at age 51 and also likely refers to her Fox Sports 1 anchor beau, Mike Hill, who uses the hashtag #CHill on his Instagram posts.
Taking note of her huge business ventures this year, Kandi Burruss says, “I count my blessings — and my checks!” And Burruss certainly has checks aplenty. She’ll soon open a second location of her successful Old Lady Gang restaurant and also turned a rumor about her having a sex dungeon into a quickly sold out burlesque show.
“I took a left turn but now, things are just right,” she said.
A former friend of the show and current housewive Eva Marcille also acknowledged her future as a bride and tipped her hat to winning “America’s Next Top Model.”
And finally, Blaque singer Shamari DeVoe, who is beginning her first season on RHOA as a peach holder, said, “I may be an open book, but that does not mean I am easily read.”
Fans gleefully weighed in on the newest round of ‘wives taglines.
“Best is Porsha. It’s most authentic. ✨Eva is a close runner up; it’s also most authentic.”
“@kandi I love her tag line! Cause she is about family and being a boss! 😘”
“Shamari has me shook!”