- (Photograph: Twitter/Sheree Whitfield)
Kandi Burruss is speaking about the possibilities of Sheree Whitfield returning to "Real Housewives of Atlanta."
Burruss came onto "Real Housewives of Atlanta" in its second season, and recently spoke about the rumors that Whitfield would rejoin the cast.
"I have not heard that," she said on The Rickey Smiley Morning Show. "I don't know who they're going to bring on."
Whitfield left the Bravo TV series in its fourth season. After Atlanta blogger Funky Dineva spoke about the possibilities of Whitfield returning to the small screen, she fueled the rumors by retweeting messages from fans on social media.
"If my gurl @IamSheree come back omg @Andy rating would be so high for season 7," one fan wrote in a message retweeted by Whitfield.
In another message, a fan asked Bravo executive and personality Andy Cohen to bring Whitfield back to the show.
"@ronnieron82: I miss the fabulous @IamSheree ....please bring her back to Rhoa!!! @Andy @Bravotv," the fan wrote in a message retweeted by Whitfield.
It seems Whitfield is willing to be a part of the series again and even added to the message with the hashtag, "#BringShereeBack."
Earlier this year, Whitfield appeared on Bravo TV's "Watch What Happens Live." While Whitfield admitted that she does not always tune into the show nowadays, she did admit to watching one episode where her former rival NeNe Leakes engaged in a verbal altercation with socialite Marlo Hampton. In the past both former cast member Kim Zolciak and Whitfield did not back down from Leakes, which is something that the latter said seems to have changed.
"Well you know, I only caught a couple episodes. I thought it was kinda bad," Whitfield said on the late night talk show. "Thought it was not good that these women just kinda letting her talk to them any kinda way. I think that NeNe kinda knows who to challenge."
Leakes, the only original cast member still appearing on the show, called in to the late night program to admit that she did miss working with her former cast members. This is not her first time speaking about the matter.
"I never thought in a million years that I would say this, but I kind of miss the old girls a little bit," Leakes told "Good Morning America" last year. "The deal is, we started together, and it was a sort of like a journey that we had together, so I miss them in that way."