‘Bravo’s Chat Room’ Confirms Guests Co-Hosts Joining Porsha Williams and Gizelle Bryant
Porsha Williams and Gizelle Bryant are back for another season of Bravo’s Chat Room. It was the star of The Real Housewives of Potomac that revealed the talk show was returning and taking over Watch What Happens Live as it takes a small break. As the show gets ready to kick off, the guest co-host that will be joining Williams and Bryant has been revealed and it looks hot.
Who will guest co-host ‘Bravo’s Chat Room?’
Bravo’s Chat Room started with four co-hosts that included Bryant, Williams, Hannah Berner, and Kate Chastain. The latter exited the show when it was extended earlier this year and Berner recently announced she wasn’t coming back. With the program coming back to Bravo, Bryant and Williams needed more people to bounce off on and create a dynamic show. Ahead of their August 16 premiere, the cast list was revealed.
Mercedes ‘MJ’ Javid from Shahs of Sunset will make an appearance during one of the nights. From The Real Housewives of New York City, Eboni K. Williams will join the show too. Brandi Glanville, who often tweets about Bravo programming will make an appearance during the week of August 16 -29.
Heather Gay from The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City will join Bryant and Williams in the late-night talk show. The Grande Dame herself, Karen Huger from The Real Housewives of Potomac, will join her fellow housewife Bryant. Margaret Josephs from The Real Housewives of New Jersey and Leah McSweeney from RHONY are set to take a spot as guest co-hosts.
Returning to The Real Housewives of Orange County Season 16, Heather Dubrow will make her official Bravo comeback on Bravo’s Chat Room. Lala Kent from Vanderpump Rules is also confirmed. Finally, Candiace Dillard from RHOP will meet up with Bryant to dish on the latest from their show currently airing.
Gizelle Bryant and Porsha Williams talk ‘Bravo’s Chat Room’
The excitement over Bravo’s Chat Room’s return made Bryant and Williams happy. They would both be back to chat about the latest shows on the cable network as Andy Cohen takes a break from WWHL.
“Bravo’s Chat Room is BAAACK and I am so excited about it,” Bryant said in an interview with Entertainment Tonight. “We love to talk about everyone’s favorite subject, which is Bravo TV. We are spilling tea and maybe even sharing some behind-the-scenes-madness. Make your entire life a whole lot better by tuning in and chatting with us!”
Williams said that there’s “so much to talk about they’ve got us on five days a week for two whole weeks. Grab some tea and a napkin because we’re gonna spill all of it.”
Why did Hannah Berner leave?
When Bryant announced Bravo’s Chat Room was returning, the official WWHL Twitter account didn’t mention Berner which raised red flags about her status on the show. Days later, the former Summer House star revealed she was not coming back.
Berner took to her Instagram to say that “it didn’t make sense” to return to the show after also quitting Summer House. However, she was grateful for the experience of co-hosting alongside Williams and Bryant and wished them the best.
“I want to thank Bravo for believing in me, and my co-hosts Giselle [sic] and Porsha for being so f—ing amazing to work and collaborate with week to week,” Berner posted on her Instagram Stories. “You guys inspire me more than you know and I cannot wait to continue watching and cheering on as a fan.”
Bravo’s Chat Room begins its two-week run on August 16 on Bravo.