It was also confirmed via the trailer that former friends of the housewives, Marlo Hampton and Shamea Morton will make additional guest appearances during the upcoming season.
Lena Danielle Chenier also made numerous guest appearances In its series premiere, The Real Housewives of Atlanta introduced Wu-Hartwell, Snow, Leakes, Zolciak, and Whitfield.
However, he admitted that the dynamic and conflict between the women, in addition to the wealthy lifestyles they led, to be "somewhat entertaining".
In a more mixed review, Alessandra Stanley from The New York Times joked that its portrayal of wealth served as "the best choice for a time capsule of the Bling Decade" when noting the economic downturn the United States experienced around the time that the series premiered, although more seriously stated that the housewives' luxuries "was never all that enviable, and now it looks as if it might not be viable." Hanh Nguyen from Zap2It shared a similar sentiment, criticizing that the "showy elite and rampant consumerism" that the women regularly display "seems rather out of touch" given the United States' economic hardship, although she elaborated that the program "[is] not by any means boring, but you do have to be in the mood to watch." The Real Housewives of Atlanta has been recognized as a "guilty pleasure" by several media outlets.
Former My Kitchen Rules star Zana Pali flaunts her slender physique in front of the picturesque views of Mykonos Island in Greece while wearing a revealing white bikini in holiday snaps posted to Instagram.
My Kitchen Rules' Texan cowboy Robert Murphy pushed a trolley through arrivals at Sydney Airport which was piled high with suitcases - including one long, arc shaped package covered in 'fragile' stickers.
Developed as the third installment of The Real Housewives franchise, following The Real Housewives of Orange County and New York City, it is currently in its ninth season and focuses on the personal and professional lives of several women residing in Atlanta, Georgia.
The series originally focused on Lisa Wu, De Shawn Snow, Ne Ne Leakes, Kim Zolciak, and Shereé Whitfield; the ninth season lineup consists of Whitfield, Kandi Burruss, Cynthia Bailey, Phaedra Parks, Kenya Moore, and Porsha Williams.
Writing for Common Sense Media, Melissa Camacho spoke favorably of the series' emphasis on "a successful and powerful segment of the African-American community" that appears to be frequently neglected by the popular television.
Tim Hall from the Seattle Post-Intelligencer commented of his general distaste for reality television, particularly describing The Real Housewives of Orange County as "utterly ridiculous".
He has a busy year ahead, with the new season of My Kitchen Rules starting early next year.