Ready, set, housewives! It’s no surprise that the newest installment of The Real Housewives is bursting at the seams with divas and drama. Set in Maryland, this first season of The Real Housewives of Potomac is bound to be a whole new ball game. Ladies loving the wrong men, exes sleeping in the same bed and others quite possibly facing mid-life crises are sure to make for an exciting debut season!
The premiere of the RHOP on Sunday, January 17, was jam-packed with six leading ladies who are all, well, trying to be the Queen Potomac.
As one of the richest neighborhoods in America, Potomac is not lacking in the drama department.
From the start, Gizelle Bryant, a single mom of three who boasts about the fact that her father worked with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., is the standout drama queen. Bryant appears single, but can't seem to shake the "cheater, cheater, pumpkin eater" that was once her love. She fully admits that she lives by her own rules and there's no turning back.
“Potomac is one of the most exclusive places in America,” claims one of the Housewives, but what makes the ladies so exclusive?
We’ll tell you what. The lives of The Real Housewives of Potomac are intense. Very intense.
Robyn Dixon is still dealing with the struggle of no longer being married, but still sharing a home — and a bed — with her ex.
Charrisse Jackson-Jordan is living in a world where “everyone knows Charrisse,” which means she’s known around Potomac, but we're not sure if that is a good or a bad thing.
Karen Huger, the self-proclaimed diva, is struggling with the fact her "baby" is on her way to turning 18 and just about to jet off into the real world.
Meanwhile, Katie Rost is giving in to her craving for “white” and “Jewish” boys. Enough said.
There’s a lot of ladies left to get to know, and a lot of drama to go around, so stay tuned!
The Real Housewives of Potomac airs on Bravo on Sundays at 9 p.m. EST.
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