The tears, shade, and low blows are flowing! Get into the sneak peek of the "Real Housewives of Atlanta" reunion and the All Eyez On Me movie gets the trailer treatment....
This season 9 of RHOA has been MANY things. All the things, actually. And this reunion is about to be no different. Tea is about to be spilled about Phaedra, Porsha and Kandi get into it again, and much more.
Here's the breakdown of what to expect in the 4-part reunion. It sounds like a doozy:
In part one, Kenya and Shereé go head-to-head over their homes (of course), Phaedra and Kenya look back at their rocky friendship, Kenya pokes the bear when it comes to Porsha's anger management and Porsha and Kandi go at it.
"Truth tea, bitch," Porsha says.
Part two, which airs Sunday, April 23, Kenya looks back at her relationship with Matt. Phaedra discusses her divorce from Apollo Nida and Shereé reveals more details about her tumultuous marriage to Bob.
Part three features the men of RHOA coming together, including Bob, Todd confronts Phaedra and Peter discusses life after Cynthia. And then "Lesbiangate" rears its head once again and extend through the fourth part airing Sunday, May 7. However, in part four, the cameras go beyond the couches and capture behind-the-scenes moments (as you can see in the dramatic trailer above), tears and conversations.
The husbands -- exes and current -- stir up some ish too:
The ladies will be joined by their husbands — past and present — to discuss a number of subjects, including the divorces of Phaedra Parks and Apollo Nida, as well as Cynthia Bailey and Peter Thomas. But some of the most shocking moments will take place when "Lesbiangate" comes up in the conversation. "Phaedra, why wouldn't you admit you just started the rumor?" Andy asks her about the allegations made about Kandi Burruss this season. From there, the drama only gets more intense. "Kandi, what's going on?" Porsha Williams wonders, with tears in her eyes.
Y'all watching? We already picked out our drinks and snacks....
The upcoming Tupac biopic All Eyez on Me just got a new trailer:
We're SO here for this. Sneak peeks have been dropping since late last year, but this is one of the more in depth trailers.
The Benny Boom project, focusing on a short period of Tupac Shakur's life, hits theaters June 16th.