Karen Huger is spilling the beans ahead of The Real Housewives of Potomac season 5 premiere, set to air this Sunday at 9 PM!
Ahead of the premiere of The Real Housewives of Potomac season 5, Karen Huger sat down with E! to discuss the “wild ride” of a season. In her majestic way of speaking, Karen called herself and her castmates “dynamic, intelligent, ambitious and strong,” noting that they know how to bring it and be honest with one another – which is probably why they fight so much.
Obviously, there is some big drama with Monique Samuels and Candiace Dillard Bassett this season. We’ve seen the girls going in circles on social media about where the relationship ended this season, and it doesn’t look good. Monique has been active on Twitter and responding to fans, but it was widely suggested that she didn’t make it through the season one way or another.
Karen spilled that she goes on a trip back to her hometown this season, and we’ll get to know her on a deeper level after that. We will also see more about her relationship with Ray Huger and where the infamous couple stands these days.
Also, the addition of Dr. Wendy Osefo is sure to stir things up a bit. Karen obviously said Wendy is smart and dynamic, but she’s also a hoot and fun to be around. There’s always a bit of a learning curve when introducing a new housewife, but we have a feeling Wendy will be able to hold her own.
Karen said she and Gizelle Bryant are at a different point in their relationship this season. “Gizelle and my relationship is what it is and I accept it.” It sounds like there is enough drama with the other ladies this time around that the drama between the two of them almost took a backseat. Also, we get to see more of Gizelle’s relationship with Jamal Bryant which is surely going to be fun to watch.
Whatever the case may be, RHOP is different from the other franchises in the best of ways. If you haven’t given it a shot yet, stop sleeping on this amazing group and get caught up before the premiere!
The Real Housewives of Potomac season 5 starts on Sunday, August 2 at 9 PM.