'RHOP' Season 5 Reunion Spoilers Indicate Shocking And Dramatic Revelations
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'RHOP' Season 5 Reunion Spoilers Indicate Shocking And Dramatic Revelations

After promising that the season 5 reunion for The Real Housewives of Potomac would be in-person versus a virtual one, Andy Cohen says the 11-hour taping is one of the most “dramatic yet.” 

According to several insider spoiler accounts, primarily @ThePeachReport, the reunion may be four parts this year and could be likened to the dramatic season 9 reunion of The Real Housewives of Atlanta where Phaedra Parks was exposed, leaving Kandi Burruss and Porsha Williams in tears. While the fight between Candiace Dillard Bassett and Monique Samuels is said to have been a hot topic of discussion, sources allege Cohen grilled all of the cast members and Gizelle Bryant may have been in the hot seat the most.

It’s not a secret that Bryant and Samuels did not get off to a good start, beginning when Samuels joined in season 2. More recently, Samuels has accused Bryant of helping her former BFF Charisse Jackson Jordan “facilitate nasty rumors” in an attempt to break up Samuels’ marriage. Samuels alleges Bryant hosted a secret meeting between her and other cast members to concoct a rumor that Samuels’ youngest son is not biologically her son with her husband. Dillard Bassett confirmed such a meeting took place but insists she told the group that the rumor would “never stick” because Samuels’s son and his father are spitting images of one another. Many believe Cohen will confront Bryant about the ordeal.

Other spoilers indicate that there is a Portugal-themed set to coincide with the cast’s trip to Portugal this season. 

It’s unclear when the reunion will air but the season is still in progress. The Real Housewives of Potomac airs every Sunday at 9 pm EST on Bravo.

 

Photo: Larry French/Bravo 

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