Porsha Williams may be dating again, but she is in no rush to feature any special love interest on her Bravo reality television show, "The Real Housewives of Atlanta."
"I'm in no rush to put it out there until I know we're absolutely solid," Williams said while on The Dish recently. "Most successful men don't want to be on a reality show. They don't benefit from that."
Williams, 32, is officially divorced from former NFL player Kordell Stewart and seems to be ready to start over. Earlier this month she spoke about her current love interest and how she has some anxiety about dating a publicly known man.
"There's someone that I think is very special. He's kind of standing out of the pack right now, so we'll see how that turns out," Williams told Radar Online previously. "..He's well known and I'm just a little cautious this go around so I'm just kind of waiting for the time to be right before I make the next move. It will probably happen on the Housewives."
However, Williams may be rethinking that statement and did not seem too eager to showcase her new relationship in such a public forum.
"You really have to have a strong foundation and really, really be totally supportive of each other when you decide to put it in the public eye like that," Williams recently told The Dish. "We'd have to be really strong and in a serious, serious relationship."
While Williams has said she learned on Twitter that her now ex-husband was divorcing her last March, it seems the 32-year-old reality television star did not have the nicest things to say about him during the season six premiere of her reality television show. However, it seems she has a new outlook on love.
Williams has faith that she will indeed marry again one day.
"I believe it can happen because I'm blessed and I'm highly favored so all I need to do at this moment in time is get myself in a position where I feel complete, and then I'll meet someone who can complement me," she told Vibe Vixen last year. "It may not be what everyone else thinks it needs to be, but I'll find him."