Andy Cohen Confirms Phaedra Parks Has Been Fired From ‘RHOA’, Claims the Cast Refused to Film With Her for Season 10

by TV Deets Team 0

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Andy Cohen is confirming what we already know: That Phaedra Parks is leaving The Real Housewives of Atlanta and that she’s doing so with the entire cast against her.

After Phaedra was revealed to be a liar of epic proportions on the recent RHOA reunion, the cast seemed to side with Kandi Burruss in their season-long feud and it looks like that drama has carried over to season 10, as well. Numerous outlets have been reporting that Phaedra has in fact been let go from the Bravo show and in a new interview, the Bravo host explains why.

“The question that we look at now with Phaedra is, when the reunion ended, none of the other women wanted to have anything to do with her. So that’s what you have to look at,” Andy told E! News at the NBCUniversal Upfront presentation yesterday (May 15). “How do you shoot a show about a group of friends when no one is speaking to one of the friends?”

Since the reunion aired, Phaedra has been trying to blame everyone but herself for getting sacked from RHOA. Remember, the same woman who tried to tell Porsha Williams that she might have “heard it wrong” on the reunion is the same one now trying to say that it’s all production’s fault.

Clearly, the cast was not prepared to film with Phaedra next season and it looks like the network couldn’t envision season 10 without some of the other women involved, like Kandi and Kenya Moore. While we have appreciated the ridiculous amount of drama Phaedra has brought to the show, she seems to be living two lives (as Kandi cleverly pointed out during the reunion taping) and it no longer makes sense for her to be appearing on a reality TV show.

As TV Deets has previously reported, Nene Leakes and Kim Zolciak are both set to return to RHOA next season.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta will return later this year.