Fans first fell in love with Phaedra Parks after she graced their television screens in 2010, when she joined the third season of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta.”
The self-proclaimed Southern belle was a regular cast member until she was fired in 2017, during the show’s ninth season. Parks was given the boot after admitting that she falsely created a story about her former castmates Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker wanting to drug and sexually assault Porsha Williams, another castmate.
Since then, Parks has participated in a string of reality television shows. But what fans are currently buzzing about is Parks’ cameo appearance in Bravo network’s new series “The Real Housewives of Dubai.” The show will star Caroline Stanbury, Chanel Ayan, Lesa Milan, Sara Al Madani, Caroline Brooks and Nina Ali.
During the action-packed trailer, fans are given a glimpse of the glamorous lives of each woman as they juggle their careers, relationships, and, of course, the drama among the group. The clip ends with Parks catching up with Caroline Brooks. She says, “Give me the tea honey. I’m very thirsty.”
Despite the brief cameo, it is unclear how many episodes will include Parks. As fans viewed the video, many expressed how stunned and excited they were to see Parks in the series.
“Wait is that Phaedra? I can already imagine all of the messes she’s going to create and I’m here for it.”
“The storylines look interesting but im more impressed that Phaedra Parks is gonna be on it we have missed her on the screen. Her one liners are so awesome.”
“Well come on then Ms. Phaedra! Love to see it. Loving everything this trailer is giving. I haven’t been excited for a new housewives franchise in YEARS. I think I’ll start watching again. Dubai money is a lot longer than what we’ve seen over the years. I can’t wait to get a peak into the lifestyle. Amazing.”
“OOOOOMMMMMMGGGGGG!!!!! I never knew I needed this!!!! And my girl Phae Phaeeeeee.”
“Phaedra???? This is interesting! Okay I am here for all of this, huuuuuunty.”
“The Real Housewives of Dubai” will debut on June 1 at 9 p.m. EST on the Bravo network.