The Real Housewives of Potomac wrapped their first season and tonight the ladies are bringing the drama at the season’s first reunion.
Viewers can expect the women to be loud, interrupt one another, and throw shade back and forth like a tennis match! Fevers spike as Gizelle, Katie, Ashley, and Robyn try to pull Karen Huger off her podium as the Grande Dame of Potomac.
All six of the ‘Wives embraced their inner bombshells with sparkly, metallic designer gowns, big jewels, and amped up hair.
Gizelle Bryan’s co-stars wasted no time going after her when Andy Cohen pointed out her tagline in the show intro, in which Bryant said, “Word on the street is I’m the word on the street.” Charrisse Jackson-Jordan’s response was, “Must be a small street.” She later implies that Bryant is a “wh*re.”
Robyn Dixon gets real about her current status with her ex-husband, who she also lives with. She said they aren’t lacking when it comes to their sex life, but hesitated to answer when asked if she is “in love with him.”
Ashley Darby’s husband, Michael was put in the hot seat when his sexuality and the infamous butt grab. Darby defends her hostessing, her husband and her humping despite the slings and arrows of shade-rageousness.
Karen Huger’s husband shared his two cents about Michael before she comes for him too.
Questions about the sensitive topic of race spark a high-octane feud between Robyn Dixon and Katie Rost. Robyn warned that security needs to be called, hinting that she could get physical. Gizelle also turned her wrath on Rost when she discusses Rost’s behavior at an event and suggests Rost was on drugs.
Then Bryant confronts Huger about her use of the term to describe Kal as the “the help,” at Charrisse Jackson Jordan‘s crab boil earlier in the season. Huger replies that she felt the term was fitting, with Bryant countering that Huger only used it to retaliate against Kal for calling her a man.
Watch the tense scenes unfold in the video clips below.
The Real Housewives of Potomac Reunion airs on Bravo, Sunday, April 10 at 10 pm ET. Don’t miss it!