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New RHOA Season 13 Casting Rumors Emerge — Find Out Who’s In And Who’s Out! Plus NeNe Leakes’ Return Is Still Uncertain, Tanya Sam Reportedly Upgraded To Full-Time And Shereé Whitfield ‘In Talk’ To Make Guest Appearances!

New details have emerged about the casting for the upcoming thirteenth season of The Real Housewives of Atlanta. Tamara Tattles is reporting the following: "The first episode of RHOA has been filmed and is in post production."

"The peach holders for the upcoming season are: Kandi Burruss, Cynthia Bailey, Porsha Williams, Kenya Moore, Tanya Sam and Drew Sidora. Drew just signed this week so she won’t appear until the second episode. Marlo Hampton and Latoya Ali will be friends."

Apparently, Sheree Whitfield is in talks to possibly make guest appearances. "Sheree Whitfield is also in talks with Bravo/Truly Original for a possible appearance most likely at as a guest."

Meanwhile, NeNe Leakes’ role on RHOA appears to be up-in-the-air. Despite multiple outlets claiming that Leakes was fired, an insider told Page Six that conversations "are still ongoing."

Meanwhile, Celebrity Blogger, Love B. Scott reported the following: "LaToya’s estranged husband (Adam Ali) not wanting certain things filmed. Last month, they announced they’ve ended their marriage. In the event they’re not able to work through whatever hold-up they’re having (whether it be for him to film or not wanting her to show the kids), the backup plan is for LaToya to be a friend of the show."

As to why the network wants to add Sidora and Ali on the Bravo hit reality series? Apparently, show executives want ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta’ to start "trending younger."

Leakes has been hinting that there’s trouble in paradise with cryptic social media posts. On Friday, she tweeted: "Have you ever worked with a sociopath who used you for their personal gain to achieve what they want for themselves."

Leakes alluded to being in a similar situation as Tamar Braxton, who we reported sent letters to her reality bosses at WeTV, alleging they made her suicidal.

"I have dealt with so much lately… If I told you the way I was being treated, in a certain way, you would not probably believe it. Same thing with Tamar," she wrote. "But sometimes, when you’re in certain situations, you just don’t have the choice."

She said she’ll address her return "soon."

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