'RHOP' Star Gizelle Bryant Teases Emotional Season 5 Reunion: 'It Didn't Go Well For Me'
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'RHOP' Star Gizelle Bryant Teases Emotional Season 5 Reunion: 'It Didn't Go Well For Me'

The Real Housewives of Potomac reunion special has already filmed and Andy Cohen promises season 5’s reunion is the most emotional and dramatic one yet. Viewers are anticipating the reunion between Monique Samuels and Candiace Dillard Bassett, which will mark the first time the former friends will be in the same room since their fight at the winery. 

But Samuels and Dillard Bassett aren’t the only ones who will get to have their moment and be grilled on why things escalated to such a bad place between the two. According to several insider spoiler social media accounts, primarily @ThePeachReport, Gizelle Bryant was in the hot seat the most, with Cohen allegedly confronting her about her instigating ways.

For months, Samuels has alleged that Bryant hosted a secret off-camera meeting between her and other cast members to concoct a rumor that Samuels’ youngest son is not biologically her son, whom she shares with her husband, retired NFL star Chris Samuels. 

Dillard Bassett confirmed a meeting took place but insists she told the group that the rumor would “never stick” because of how strong the resemblance is between Chris and his son. Many believe Cohen will confront Bryant about the ordeal.

In a recent appearance on Bravo’s Chat Room, Bryant admits the reunion was not a good time for her. 

“A major [breakdown] recently, and you guys will see as a little tease to the reunion, is I was sitting there very nice and pretty and everybody and their grandmother was coming for me for about eight hours — and then in the last two to three hours, I just lost it," she said. "Wait and see, it was a doozy... it didn't go well for me."

Robyn Dixon previously teased the reunion on Watch What Happens Live. “There’s so much to watch," she said. “I just want to say, being in that room, I was happy to finally let everyone say what was on their minds. Hopefully, we can move past everything.”

As of now, there’s no airdate for the reunion, but it’s said to be four parts.

The show airs every Sunday at 9 p.m.

 

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