Gizelle Bryant shares her thoughts on her RHOP tagline for season 8

THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF POTOMAC -- Pictured: Gizelle Bryant -- (Photo by: Shannon Finney/Bravo)
THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF POTOMAC -- Pictured: Gizelle Bryant -- (Photo by: Shannon Finney/Bravo) /

Have you ever wondered what the housewives think of their seasonal taglines? Recently, Gizelle Bryant of The Real Housewives of Potomac shared her thoughts on the tagline that she has for season 8.

Every year, fans of the Real Housewives look forward to seeing what the new looks for the season will be and of course, what tagline each housewife will say to represent them for that year. And sometimes those expressions make perfect sense and other times they are rather annoying.

Well, it turns out that we are not the only ones who feel this way. And thanks to Gizelle Bryant, we know exactly how she feels about her current tagline and also how she has felt about what she has said in the past.

Gizelle Bryant
THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF POTOMAC — Season:8 — Pictured: Gizelle Bryant — (Photo by: Jai Lennard/Bravo) /

According to Reality Tea, Bryant is actually quite happy with her season 8 tagline, which is:

"I’m no angel. But gimme some grace, and you’ll learn to adore me."

If you are a fan of RHOP and especially Gizelle, then you probably already know that her tagline references her three daughters. And it is done in a way that perfectly makes sense for this housewife.

While talking about the current tagline and even past ones, the RHOP OG explained:

"All of my [other] taglines I’ve hated, that they’ve given me. ‘Word on the street’ I made up, and I kept it for so long because everything else they were giving me sucked."

But when she heard what she would be saying for the tagline this year, she was “shocked.” It turns out that she truly loved what would represent her this season. And she likes it so much that she really wants this one to stick around.

Honestly, we can’t help but agree with Gizelle Bryant. This is a great representation of not only who she is as a housewife, but the fact that they chose to incorporate her daughters’ names just made it more perfect.

Whether you love Gizelle or not, this is definitely the perfect tagline for her as a cast member of RHOP.

What do you think of her tagline for season 8? Do you pay attention to the taglines that the housewives say to introduce themselves every episode?

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