Kenya Moore will return to “The Real Housewives of Atlanta”for its upcoming season.
According to reports, Sources tell PEOPLE that the former Miss USA has signed a contract to once again appear as a Housewife on the hit Bravo reality franchise’s upcoming twelfth season.
“It’s going to be a great season,” an insider says.
Another source adds: “Kenya isn’t wasting time reminding everyone why she’s reality TV gold.”
Reps for the network did not respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment on casting, but longtime stars like NeNe Leakes, Kandi Burruss and Cynthia Bailey have publicly stated they’re returning, too. Last season’s cast also included Porsha Williams, Eva Marcille, and Shamari DeVoe.
OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network announced today the third season of its popular docu-series “Black Love” will premiere on Saturday, August 10 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT. The series, which celebrates love stories from the Black community, ranked number one last season in its Saturday night time slot across broadcast and cable with African American W25-54 and W18-49.
This season the docu-series will focus on several couples which include Terry & Rebecca Crews, LeToya Luckett & Tommicus Walker, David & Tamela Mann, Kandi Burruss & Todd Tucker, Egypt Sherrod & Mike Jackson as well as numerous everyday couples from all walks of life. “Black Love” continues to pull back the curtain on how a relationship blossoms and the reality of marriage day in and day out, offering proof that it can happen for everyone, but it isn’t without ups and downs.
“Black Love,” an NAACP Image Awards nominated docu-series from filmmakers Codie Elaine Oliver and Tommy Oliver (“?The Perfect Guy”) and Confluential Films, seeks to answer the burning question, “What does it take to make a marriage work?” The Olivers set out to increase representation and create transparency around marriage in the Black community and first launched the show as newlyweds. They’ve now been married almost 5 years and are raising three sons under 3 years old. As their marriage and family have evolved, they show’s topics have also deepened.
Porsha Williams welcomed her daughter Pilar Jhena just five weeks ago, but she’s already back in the spotlight promoting her Bravo spin-off Porsha’s Having a Baby. While talking with The Breakfast Club, Porsha got real about her difficult pregnancy and the realities of new motherhood.
After meeting her fiance Dennis McKinney, however, Porsha said she “got pregnant easily.” Despite that, though, she was still considered “high risk” because of her age. Porsha is 37-years-old, which is considered a “geriatric” age for pregnancy. Though she had a myomectomy after her miscarriage, she still had fibroids, which led to her hospitalization last November.
Another challenge Porsha faced came after her daughter was born. She was unable to successfully breastfeed her daughter, which was difficult for the new mom to accept at first. “It didn’t work out for me. I tried. I couldn’t get enough milk. I was like ‘ok, this is not working.’ My sister is all about breastfeeding. For me, I can do it or not. It’s not a big deal to me. But once you have the baby and once you see the baby, it’s like ‘I want to give you everything that is good for you.’ So then I became obsessed with it,” she said.
Porsha revealed that her Real Housewives of Atlanta co-star Kandi Burruss was the one who helped her accept that Pilar was going to be okay, even if she wasn’t be breastfed.