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Candiace Dillard Says Monique Samuels’ ‘RHOP’ Exit Was A “Load Off Of All Of Us” As Season 5 Was “Very Heavy” And “Very Dark”; Says “I Would Want A Season 6 To Be A New Chapter For Our Group”

Candiace Dillard reveals what she hopes to see in the upcoming sixth season of The Real Housewives of Potomac following Monique Samuels' dramatic exit from the series.

"I would hope that we could come together as a group and find a way to healthily and happily move forward and make room for new drama," Candiace told Entertainment Tonight. "I'm so over season 5 and talking about season 5 and what happened in season 5. I would want a season 6 to be a new chapter for our group."

How does Candiace feel about Monique quitting the series? "I definitely think that that announcement was a load off of all of us," she said. "Season 5 was dark. It was very heavy and it took on a life of its own, right? It became bigger than all of us, even, I'm close to several of our producers and it affected everybody, not just the cast, but everyone."

"It was hard and it was very dark," she added. "So, anytime you have a dark cloud, when that cloud is removed, it obviously lifts the morale of the group and allows a space for us to move forward. And it's just up to us to take that path and move forward. And I would hope that if we're coming back that that's what we're able to do."

Last month, Samuels teased that she's set to release her Binder Time Stories series on YouTube and Patreon over the next few weeks. The videos feature fairytale-style stories about characters inspired by Monique's RHOP co-stars, all pulled from the infamous binder of receipts she brought to the season 5 reunion. When asked what she makes of the webisodes, Candiace said, "I don't care."


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