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Andy Cohen makes new rules for ‘Real Housewives’ reunions; props are gone

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Andy Cohen has gotten his share of viewer email about “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” feud that was seen on (and off) the couch at the last reunion show. On Sunday night, Porsha Stewart and Kenya Williams were fighting about what was said at the show. After getting serious feedback from the fans, it appears that Andy Cohen is setting down rules for the shows. According to WetPaint on Tuesday, there will be no more props at the shows.

“It's official - no more props at reunions,” tweeted Andy Cohen from his official Twitter account on Monday. The announcement was a surprise for some fans and great news for others.

What has so many viewers questioning the motives of Kenya Moore and the confrontation is the props. She had a scepter that she kept waving around like a fairy and then to make sure she could talk over people she brought out the bullhorn. The scepter was annoying, but the megaphone? Well, she was being extremely antagonistic.

The fans are waiting to see the next part of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” and there is more to come. While Porsha was asked to leave after the brawl, the filming continued and viewers will get to see what happens next. Brining in significant other family members and friends to the show, there will definitely be more dirt to dish.

Yet, people can’t seem to stop talking about the confrontation of Kenya Moore and Porsha Stewart. Adding fuel to the fire Kenya released a statement and has portrayed herself as a victim of the situation. And it doesn’t appear over yet. Moore has basically suggested that she will leave if Porsha Stewart doesn’t. The way things look right now imply that the cast will change next season and it appears that Bravo will need to make a decision on whether it is Porsha or Kenya.

“The Real Housewives of Atlanta Reunion” continues with part two on Sunday night.

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