As the RHOP Reunion Films, Fans Are Surprised by Who Secured the Seats Next to Andy Cohen

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Karen Huger and Gizelle Bryant secured the seats next to Andy Cohen.

“Real Housewives of Potomac” fans have been counting down to the day of the reunion. Hours ago, it was confirmed that the cast started filming it. And while many expected Monique Samuels and Candiace Dillard to both secure the seats right next to Andy Cohen, it turns out that neither did.

Earlier today, Andy took to Instagram to give updates to fans of the show.

In a video, he said, “I’m not gonna show them to you, but I’ve got a Grande Dame to my right, and a Gizelle to the left.”

Apparently, Gizelle Bryant and Karen Huger may have been the ladies to secure the most coveted seats next to Andy. And some fans were shocked by this considering the altercation has been such a hot topic.

The reunion is expected to be explosive.

Interestingly enough, Karen and Gizelle have been clashing a lot during the current season. Karen has had a lot to say about Gizelle reconciling with Jamal Bryant. On the recent episode, Karen questioned Gizelle about Jamal not being around the group.

Gizelle said that Jamal was too “booked and busy” to hang around but Karen wasn’t buying this. And neither was Robyn Dixon, who surprisingly pointed out that all the other women have no problem bringing their men around. So she can’t understand why Gizelle hasn’t done the same.

Karen also called Gizelle out for the comments she made about Cynthia Bailey’s wedding. According to Karen, Cynthia wasn’t happy that Gizelle said she didn’t feel all that safe because people took off their masks.

With there being more episodes left in season 5, one can imagine that we’ll see more of Karen and Gizelle’s tension play out. And Karen made it clear that she’s coming for Gizelle at the reunion.

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