The model announced her new gig on social media and fans seemingly did not like the fact that she was replacing the old host.
While the radio personality is no stranger to working in reality television, fans seem to think her new gig will cause the reunion ratings to flop.
“From boring to boringer,” said a fan.
“Nah, we need somebody classy and messy like Nina lol,” said a second user.
A third fan commented, “Nina was fine but they could’ve chosen anyone else like literally.”
“Noooooo. We don’t want her,” said a fourth user.
A fifth fan said, “This is about to flop.”
The reality star left “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” in Season 7 after only appearing on the show for one full season. The model sat down with “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Brandi Glanville and told fans she was not fired from the hit reality show. However, she implied the network did not want to make her a full-time cast member, which influenced her decision to leave.
In a sit-down interview with Glanville on Glanville’s podcast, “Unfiltered,” Jordan said,“They asked me to come back as a friend, which was a downgrade after I fought and earned the peach. Now you want me to come back with a pay cut. I do it for the money. I’m there for the money.”
Jordan left Atlanta and moved to California in the hopes of pursuing hosting and acting opportunities. The model’s hosting journey appears to be going well. In addition to her new job with VH1, the television personality is currently hosting a new talk show on Fox Soul titled “Out-Loud with Claudia Jordan.”