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Claudia Jordan Slams The Real Housewives Of Dallas For Lack Of Diversity!

Claudia Jordan is sharing her thoughts on the rumored new cast members who will be joining the upcoming fifth season of The Real Housewives of Dallas. The former Real Housewives of Atlanta star slammed the series for their lack of diversity in their cast members.

After a fan page on Instagram shared the news that Tiffany Moon and Jennifer Davis Long are rumored to join the series. In the comment section of the post, Jordan slammed the show for not adding women of color.

"And STILL no women of color.... Dallas come on now. There are soooo many beautiful, fun, cool wealthy women of considered for this show and still nothing," she wrote. "It didn't have to me-but PLEASE consider representing better. The rating would surely be affected IN a positive way. Look how Atlanta continues to have the highest ratings.... bring the needed spice."

As previously reported, Dr. Tiffany Moon and Jennifer David Long are reportedly joining the series for Season 5 after LeeAnee Locken announced her departure from the series.

The Bravo Boy, who is known to be a good source for Housewives news, revealed on Instagram that Dr. Tiffany Moon, a friend of D’Andra Simmons, would be joining RHOD.

On Instagram, Tiffany, a wife and mom who works as an anesthesiologist, describes herself as a “wannabe comedienne” and is followed by several cast members, including Brandi Redmond, Stephanie Hollman, and Kary Brittingham, reports Reality Blurb.

The Bravo Boy also revealed that Jennifer Davis Long, who is a friend of Kameron Westcott, would also be joining the cast for Season 5.

Davis Long describes herself via her Instagram bio as a “realtor, wife, model, mom,” who loves “dogs and beaches.” According to her bio, she was voted “Best Realtor” for three years in a row by D Magazine.

Andy Cohen recently teased that he is excited about the casting for Season 5 following Locken's exit from the series, which he praised her for what she contributed to the show.

“We’ve got spectacular casting and I’m very, I’m looking forward with great optimism and we’ve got a great group of housewives in Dallas and I think that Dallas will rise again,” he said on the February 26 episode of Andy Cohen Live.

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