What are the slogans of season 5 of ‘RHOP’?
The ladies of Potomac return with their champagne glasses accompanied by a new set of slogans.
Gizelle Bryant: “I’m still the meanest thing that walks, and the most anointed that talks. ”
Karen Huger: “Honey, the great lady doesn’t repeat history, she succeeds. ”
Monique Samuels: “Maybe if you tried a little harder you wouldn’t have to try me. ”
Robyn Dixon: “I live in a house full of ballers, but I never get played.”
Ashley Darby: “Now that I have my baby, this is the only shit I take. ”
Candiace Dillard: “Reading is fundamental and, honey, I own the library.”
Wendy Osefo: “The teacher has arrived and the class is officially in session. ”
The last row from left to right is: Samuels, Dillard, Bryant, Huger, Dixon, Darby and Osefo.
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The fight that shocks Potomac
One of the heaviest promoted scenes in the new season of RHOP is a fight involving Samuels and Dillard. While fans were shocked by what they saw in the trailer, Huger says they won’t be disappointed with the rest of the season.
“This altercation was a highlight, it affected every woman,” Huger told E! Online. “But what I believe about us and I think viewers will agree is that we are able to work on it because we have some genuine friendships and relationships that are strong enough, I believe, to carry us through. ”
Huger also noted that she is not taking sides on the drama, but as the Grande Dame of Potomac, she calls out to them on their behavior.
“Well, I am the matriarch of RHOP, I don’t have to take sides, I have to be fair, ”Huger added. “I have to be objective and I have to be honest. And often, telling your friends the truth about their behavior is not easy, and it is difficult. Again, I will say stay tuned. Two wrongs do not make a right and I stand by that.
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Gizelle Bryant also rings
Before the premiere of RHOP, Bryant also touched on the fight shaking up the season. For the first four years, the series has stayed away from physical altercations and Bryant doesn’t want this platform to turn to that.
“What happened was nothing we thought we would see on this show or on this platform,” Bryant said in an interview with Entertainment Tonight.
“So the kind of beauty of what happened – if there’s something beautiful about it – did it allow us to have deep conversations and real conversations about how we think we represent ourselves to the world and what we agree with and what we disagree with.
The Real Housewives of Potomac premieres Sunday, August 2 at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.
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