Real Housewives of Atlanta Premiere: Porsha Stewart's Shocking Confession and Other OMG Moments

Watch highlights from the season-six premiere

By Jenna Mullins Nov 04, 2013 8:26 PMTags

Living in Atlanta isn't all peaches and cream, as evidenced by the Real Housewives of Atlanta season six premiere. Among the top moments: Porsha Stewart made a shocking confession about her marriage to and divorce from former NFL star Kordell Stewart, newlywed NeNe Leakes let Kenya Moore have it, plus there was a new engagement to celebrate (and speculate on).

Let's relive the biggest reveals and most shocking moments from Sunday night's season-six opener:

1. Sexuality Called Into Question: Porsha found out about her divorce the same way the rest of the world did: through Twitter. Harsh. After an emotional deposition, Stewart admitted that she felt that Kordell often showed zero interest in her physically, and she even revealed that she questioned his sexuality before they got married. 

"I asked him about the rumors of him being gay," Porsha said. "He explained it away. I didn't question whether he was gay or not because someone else said it. Any reason I questioned it were things I had experienced or seen."

2. Plus One Drama: When NeNe remarried her ex-husband, she invited Kenya, but she also invited Kenya's ex-boyfriend, Walter. Well, that did not sit too well with the former Miss USA, who failed to RSVP to the wedding or even send a gift.

During Cynthia Bailey's big event, Kenya confronted NeNe. There were fighting words, ear pulling (seriously) and the promise that this war between them will not end anytime soon. NeNe walks away, and in a talking head quips that "Gone with the Wind fabulous is clearly gone…and so is Walter."

3. No Scrubs Here: Kandi Burruss got engaged to Todd Tucker, and while you would think this would be a cause for celebration, some people were questioning his motives.

Kandi's mom thinks the couple is moving too fast, while rumors swirled that Tucker just wanted a sugar mama. The Grammy-winning songwriter insisted she knew what she was doing, especially since she wrote the anthem about keeping broke men at bay.

"I wrote 'No Scrubs','" Kandi laughed, referencing the TLC hit song.

What did you think of the premiere episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta?

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