Kandi Burruss announces exit from RHOA, Andy Cohen responds

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Kandi Burruss, the Xscape singer and a longtime cast member of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” announced on the 2024 Grammys red carpet that she won’t be returning for the show’s 16th season. Burruss, 47, had been offered a contract but decided to turn it down. She joined the reality series in its second season in 2009 and has been a staple on the show since then. Burruss cited the lengthy delay in production as giving her the time to reflect and decide to take a break from the show. She mentioned having new and exciting projects in the works.

Andy Cohen, the executive producer of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” spoke highly of Kandi Burruss following her announcement that she won’t be returning for the show’s 16th season. During his SiriusXM Andy Cohen Llive radio show on Monday Feb. 5, Cohen praised Burruss for her incredible run on the Bravo hit, describing her as one of his favorite people to work with. He commended her competitiveness, thoughtfulness, and strategic mindset. Cohen also mentioned the frequent dialogue they had, where Burruss would share her smart opinions and thoughts about the show. Despite her departure, Cohen expressed gratitude for the recent phone conversation they had with Burruss and her husband, Todd Tucker, discussing her decision. He acknowledged that the show is at a crossroads and didn’t delve into details about its future.

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