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Meet the New Housewife: 5 Things to Know About Porsha Williams-Stewart

Sat., Sep. 15, 2012 9:39 AM EST
by Danielle Canada

Porsha Williams-Stewart Revealed 

When news hit the net that two new housewives would be joining the cast of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” a number of fans found themselves scrambling online for info. In May it was revealed that Kenya Moore, a former Miss USA and author, would replace Shereee Whitfiled on the program. Since then she’s been frequently seen with the other housewives at various events around Atlanta. The new addition to the cast was at fist rumored to be Q Parker’s wife or actress Keshia Knight Pulliam. After being spotted in L.A. with the full “Housewives” cast, Porsha Williams-Stewart is officially the last lady to join the group’s ranks. The beauty was onset for Nene Leakes’ “The New Normal” sitcom and was followed by Bravo cameras. Since a buzz has surrounded her name, Google searches for the new reality starlet have no doubt skyrocketed but rolling out can save you some time. Here are five facts to know about the new “Real Housewife of Atlanta.”

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  • Don’t understand

    Wow!!! How do you move to Atlanta from where ever Kenya Moore came from and become an ATLANTA HOUSEWIFE. I thought that you at least had to have a man and live in Atlanta to be a housewife. Kenya moved to Atlanta, borrowed a man for a week or two and now she’s a housewife. She is currently looking for a man to keep her relevant and on the show. The name of the show and the people employed is totally different. The housewives should protest that….

  • Don’t understand

    Porsha, Did you marry Kordel under the circumstances of having children and staying at home? If you did, you have stuck with that or filed for divorce when you decided to do something different. This is the type of man that you cannot change. He is in “control” and “controlling”. Kordel likes to be the boss and I’m sure that you knew that when you married him. This type of man will never change. I’m still on your side.