“Real Housewives of Atlanta” fans rejoice, you are in for another season of guaranteed drama.

After her Season 6 reunion show attack on Kenya Moore, many questioned if Porsha Williams would be returning to "RHOA." But during her stint as a fill-in co-host on the “Ricky Smiley Morning Show,” Williams revealed that she will be reclaiming her peach for the show’s upcoming season.

Speaking about herself in third person during the radio show broadcast, the sometimes-singer said she believed she deserved to return to the reality show.

“I believe she deserves the opportunity. She should be able to come back. You know, people are interested in her life. I think it’s great for her,” Williams said.

But her fellow show host raised concerns about her return to "RHOA," saying she may need professional help on managing her anger after violently attacking Moore. 

“I don’t know. I’m still on the fence if she should go back on that,” Gary with da Tea said.

“Because it was violence. The kids saw that. The kids saw fighting and fighting is just not a good thing. When you fight you should have to deal with your consequences. I think she should be put on a suspension, at least go to some kind of anger management class. Because that was just violence,” he added.

Williams earlier confirmed her return in a tweet between her and a fan.


“RHOA”’s sixth season was a major success for Bravo, pulling in some of the highest ratings in the show’s history.

Bravo has yet to announce the official cast for Season 7. But according to recent reports, the entire cast from Season 6 -- Williams, Nene Leakes, Phaedra Parks, Kandi Burruss, Kenya Moore and Cynthia Bailey -- will all return for the new season.