The Real Housewives of Atlanta's Season 15 Taglines Revealed

Get a first look at Kandi Burruss, Kenya Moore, Shereé Whitfield and more of The Real Housewives of Atlanta stars' epic new taglines.

By Brett Malec May 18, 2023 6:19 PMTags
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These Real Housewives of Atlanta taglines will have you feeling peachy keen.

On May 18, Bravo released the series' season 15 opening credits filled with cheeky one-liners from our favorite Georgia peaches.

Several of the ladies are poking fun at last season's drama. For instance, Kandi Burruss references her epic fight with Marlo Hampton last year in which Marlo dissed the hit-maker by claiming she's only famous locally in Atlanta. Meanwhile, Shereé Whitfield hits back following controversy surrounding her She by Shereé clothing line (and its malfunctioning website).

Drew Sidora, who announced her divorce from husband of eight years Ralph Pittman in March, hints at their past and present relationship problems while Sanya Richards-Ross gives a nod to her track star past.

And after season 14 saw Marlo temporarily hit a bump in the road with her two nephews amid becoming their guardian, it sounds like her family life is once again back on track and in a happier place based on her tagline.

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Finally, Kenya Moore stays true to form by declaring she is the moment—forever and always.

Check out all of the stars' season 15 taglines below.

But there's much juice where that came from, as Marlo and Shereé recently gushed to E! News about the "really amazing season" ahead. And while there's lots of fun in store, Marlo teased major drama with one co-star.

"Kandi and I, we're at a respectful place," she dished earlier this month. "It's hi and bye. When you see the season, you're gonna see that we have a huge disagreement that really hit close to home for me."

The Real Housewives of Atlanta airs Sundays at 8 p.m. on Bravo.

Sanya Richards-Ross

"If you can't keep the pace, stay out of my race."

Marlo Hampton

"My past may be checkered, but my future is solid gold."

Kandi Burruss

"My roots are in Atlanta, but my roots are worldwide."

Kenya Moore

"I just don't do it for the culture. Honey, I am the culture."

Drew Sidora

"Forget the gaslight, I'm taking the spotlight."

Shereé Whitfield

"She by Shereé, more like she broke the Internet."

(E! and Bravo are both part of the NBCUniversal family)

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