Erika Girardi Talks RHOA Versus RHOBH

RHOBH star Erika Girardi spoke with The Daily Dish, and talked about her hometown of Atlanta and where her fashion came from.

“I don’t get home to Atlanta enough, and it’s changed so much since I left in ’89,” she shared. “I still go to Lenox Mall because that’s where I was raised, and I still go to the Varsity because I want to eat bad food that tastes great.”

Erika also admitted that she is a big fan of RHOA “I watch The Real Housewives of Atlanta because it reminds me of home, and I get to see home,” she said.

Had such a great time with @thekenyamoore tonight!! #wwhl 👌🏻

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Erika added that she keeps in contact with RHOA star Kenya Moore who she was just on WWHL with.

“I think the Atlanta girls would run over Beverly Hills like there’s no tomorrow. Everyone knows that’s true. They’d kick anybody’s ass in BH, including mine,” Erika said. “Those girls bring it to you. They got hair, they got makeup, they got outfits.”

Erika followed up saying, “I’m always gonna have big hair, It’s where I’m from.”

Always interesting to see Real Housewives from other cities talk to each other. What do you think? Comment below.

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7 Replies to “Erika Girardi Talks RHOA Versus RHOBH”

    1. I watched part one episode of ATL last night and it was just as bad as I remembered. I stopped watching because of Kenya and still glad I did xxxxxx

    2. There’s generally cross camaraderie between the franchises amongst many of the women on all of these shows. It’s no different than maintaining surface relationships with someone who works at the same company you do under a different department…doesn’t mean you’re best friends in life, just that you maintain a cordial social relationship outside of your job, because you share mutual work environment, and likely come into contact relatively often under that particular banner.

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