Phaedra Parks is working to get her life back on track, spending some time at the gym before her reportedly new show films.
According to Atlanta Black Star, it seems the Atlanta-based attorney will not be returning to "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" any time soon due to a budding new TV show.
Last Saturday, former "Bad Girls Club" star Natalie Nunn included Phaedra on an Instagram post that also mentioned comedian Luenell and singer Traci Braxton. While that post was deleted by the star, people were quick to quote what was stated.
“Lights camera action NEW SHOW ALERT @phaedraparks @TraciBraxton @luenell #natalienunn DROP A EMOJI THAT COMES TO MIND!”
The alleged new show would be Parks' first since leaving "RHOA" after season 9 due to a rumor she told Porsha Williams about Kandi Burruss. According to Parks, Kandi wanted to "rape and drug her in her 'sex dungeon'".
Now that it seems like she is set on a brand new show, Phaedra has been making sure to hit the gym to get that covetable body just in time for when filming starts. The reality TV star shared a photo of her wearing an all-black skin-tight bodysuit that showed off her curvy physique while posing in front of gym equipment.
While people speculated that she was heading back to the Bravo reality series due to hanging out with Williams in May, even going on an Instagram Live session saying that "of course" she was sipping a peach bellini, which fans thought was a major hint that she would be returning for the show's 11th season. However, it seems like that clearly isn't happening anymore.
Kandi Burruss also addressed the alleged homecoming on an Instagram Live session last June, saying that she had no idea about it.
“Honey, as far as I know, I don’t know. No, I don’t think so. I ain’t seen her, I ain’t talk to her and nobody’s told me nothing about her coming back. … So as far as I know, no. But I don’t know! OK?”
It's quite clear that Kandi does not want her former co-star back on the show, so it might be a good idea for Phaedra to stick to her new show instead.