Eva Marcille has made her mark on runways and reality TV as a winner of “America’s Next Top Model.” She’s now a cast member on “The Real Housewives Of Atlanta,” and heard daily on “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show.” Even though Eva doesn’t have a radio background, she more than holds her own on a nationally syndicated show. But wouldn’t it be interesting to see some ladies in radio get a presence of reality television as cast members of Bravo’s popular “Real Housewives” franchise?
While all of these women have different personalities, they are all tremendously accomplished, entertaining, compelling, telegenic and respected. Here they are–The Talent Report‘s list of ladies the casting directors should absolutely consider making Real Housewives!
Carolina Bermudez has probably crossed paths with several of “The Real Housewives Of New York” during her many years in the market on the WHTZ (Z100)-based “Elvis Duran And The Morning Show,” and now on WKTU (103.5 KTU)‘s “Cubby And Carolina In The Morning.”
Unlike several of the current cast members, Carolina is actually a wife, and she would be the only one on the show with small children. While it would be interesting to see Carolina’s life off the air with her husband and little ones, it would also be worth watching to see if she be a peacemaker or one of the ladies getting into it with the others.
KOST 103.5 Morning Show Talent Ellen K built a very big name for herself in Los Angeles and the entertainment industry co-hosting morning radio with Rick Dees and Ryan Seacrest on the legendary KIIS-FM. But now she’s running the show as the host of the “Ellen K Morning Show.” In addition, she’s appeared on television dozens of times and she regularly contributes to “The Talk.” But even if you haven’t heard her on radio or seen her on TV, she’s reached an international audience of millions multiple times as the voice of the GRAMMYs and Academy Awards.
While Ellen K seems to have a personality that’s too lovely to start drama with “The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills,” perhaps she could be the voice of reason to smooth things out when cast members clash. Would we her midwestern roots reflected as a nice girl? Would Ellen bring some classy shade from LA? Or would we see a whole different side of her?
The same qualities that make Kellie Rasberry is so awesome on Kidd Kraddick’s Show would make her a great addition to “The Real Housewives Of Dallas.” She’s funny and candid, and it would be fun to watch her interact with her new husband and “A Sandwich And Some Lovin’” podcast parter Allen Evans on the show.
Since there are already a few fun girls on the show, Kellie would probably gel well with the others. But since none of the other ladies featured on “The Real Housewives Of Dallas” work in entertainment, showing some of Kellie’s life at work could inject some interesting scenes on show.
SASHA THE DIVA
Sasha The Diva made a big name for herself in Atlanta on WALR (Kiss 104.1) hosting middays, and she made the shift to syndicated morning radio this year as one-half of “Rick And Sasha.” “The Real Housewives Of Atlanta” cast members might expect endless confrontations with her, but her moniker betrays her usually calm and steady disposition.
Yes, Sasha The is glamorous and overall fabulous, but she is also super supportive of other women. Plus, Sasha is comfortable opening up about her personal life on television, and she really went there on an episode of “Iyanla: Fix My Life” back in 2013.
“The Real Housewives Of Potomac” could use the shine that April Watts could bring. She’s heard daily hosting middays on WWIN (Magic 95.9)/Baltimore and is strong and likable.
Even though April makes a living being heard, her fashion sense, beauty game and natural hairstyle would make her a visual standout on “The Real Housewives Of Potomac” at the very least.