The Real Housewives of Atlanta: Spoilers for Season 2
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
In just a few weeks, The Real Housewives of Atlanta will be returning on our TV screens for yet another season, shedding light once again on the drama surrounding NeNe and Kim's tainted friendship, as well as NeNe and Sheree's. Viewers won't know for sure what the Bravo reality series has in store for the sophomore season until it premieres on July 30 but for those who need a quick spoiler fix, check out the teasers below.

Warning: Spoilers ahead!!!

As reported previously, DeShawn Snow has dropped from the cast for being "too human for a circus show." And it seems that she's truly disappeared. The new season of The Real Housewives of Atlanta reportedly features old clips from last season which doesn't show any sign of her. On the other hand, there is also no mention of her absence either.

R&B singer/songwriter Kandi Burruss, who serves as DeShawn Snow's replacement, shows up about 15 minutes in and is identified as Lisa Wu Hartwell's friend. Lisa fills people in on her resume, including the fact she wrote TLC's huge Grammy-winning hit "No Scrubs" a decade ago. Kandi has a 6-year-old daughter and a fiancé with six kids so viewers can expect that she'll be bringing in more baggage and drama than DeShawn did, though it's too soon to say how her arrival will change the dynamics of the other Atlanta Housewives.

Then there's Kim Zolciak, who claims that she's single and no longer with Big Poppa. Again, she seeks advice from her psychic. Lisa Wu Hartwell's business is not really mentioned but she's already thinking about a fourth one to add to her existing three. Tension also remains between her and Kim over the reunion episode where Lisa accused Kim of spreading false rumors.

As for Sheree Whitfield, she clashes with a party planner for her "post divorce "independence party" while NeNe Leakes remains estranged with Kim after NeNe mocked Kim's country music ambitions behind her back last year, but both are making attempts to reconcile.

-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
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