Cynthia Bailey is eyeing a diamond now that she’s retired her peach!
The former Real Housewives of Atlanta star believes her joining the Beverly Hills Housewives franchise could “make sense.”
“‘Beverly Hills’ comes up a lot, and that’s one of those situations where it would just have to be organic,” Cynthia tells Page Six.
The model turned reality TV star explains that she moved to Los Angeles after marrying her husband, Mike Hill, in October 2020. She adds that she’s friends with RHOBH star Garcelle Beauvais and newbie Sheree Zampino.
“I know Garcelle; I actually know Sheree, who is one of the new’ friends of’ on the show. I know [Lisa] Rinna, I know Kyle [Richards], I’ve worked with Dorit [Kemsley]. I’ve never met Sutton [Stracke],” Cynthia explains. “I feel like I know those ladies well enough that if it ever wanted to make sense, it can make sense.”
If Cynthia does join RHOBH, she hopes to start fresh with RHOBH OG Kyle Richards. The two butted heads while appearing on season one of Peacock’s Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip.
“We disconnected and then connected!” Cynthia says with a laugh. “I gave Kyle a really hard time on that trip! I’m 55 and premenopausal. We’re just going to blame it on premenopause at this point. I was like, ‘Play the game, just play the game!’”
Until Bravo comes knocking, Cynthia is focused on building a career in Hollywood.
“I really came out to LA to start my acting career. I really didn’t come here to join ‘Beverly Hills,’” she points out. “Now, once the acting kicks off — because that’s the priority right now — if I slide in there every now and then, I’m not opposed to it. It would just have to make sense, but it’s not my focus right now.”
The Real Housewives of Atlanta airs on Sundays at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.