39 Bravo Stars Name the Best — and Worst — Casting Decisions From Their Show


Not afraid to go there! Us Weekly asked nearly 40 Bravo stars to reveal what they believe were the best and worst casting calls in their respective shows’ history — and several Real Housewives, SURvers, Summer House stars and more named names.

“Start with Landon. Oh wait, the first is Jenna. Landon. Jennifer,” Southern Charm’s Kathryn Dennis exclusively told Us without hesitation on the BravoCon red carpet, referring to Jenna King, Landon Clements and Jennifer Snowden. “All of the bad people — people with bad intentions that aren’t being themselves — are always the ones that f—k themselves over. Those are the people that aren’t here.”

Kathryn noted that “the rest of us get along pretty well” and praised the season 8 addition of Olivia Flowers.

“Olivia is one of the only people that I’m so freaking glad they brought on,” she said. “She’s so sweet and kind and authentic and real and I appreciate that in someone, and she stayed that way all season and that says a lot about her and her character and I’m glad to have her.”

Olivia’s on-again, off-again love interest, Austen Kroll, agreed. “I think that this year, adding our new castmate Olivia was a home run addition. I think that with losing Cam and Chelsea, we were really missing, like, [someone] down to earth and the nice girl on our show,” he said, referring to Cameran Eubanks and Chelsea Meissner, who both left on their own accord ahead of season 7.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Kandi Burruss and Cynthia Bailey both went down memory lane by bringing up Tammy McCall, who appeared in season 8 but was never officially billed as a cast member.

“Remember the year when I was pregnant and we were in Miami and her nephew had almost knocked her out and she hit the floor? … They tried to make her a Housewife, I think. Or they wanted to. They had her taking pictures. What was her name?” Kandi asked Us. “No offense to her, but it didn’t quite make sense. She didn’t quite fit in with the group. Although, she ended up being good TV for that moment.”

Cynthia noted: “I love this girl. I don’t know if you guys remember when Tammy came on. She was kind of short-lived, but she was so sweet. And it just was such a crazy season for her and for us. I think that was when we went to Miami — the police were called, it was a lot of craziness going on. I felt like she was a great person. And I think she came on with me. But I just didn’t feel like the show was good for her. It just didn’t feel like it meshed, so I was actually relieved for her when it was over for her, you know what I’m saying?”

For the best additions — after themselves — the peach-holders both gave love to Kenya Moore.

“I will tell you the first time I met Kenya Moore, she was so funny to me. I remember it was some event — I can’t remember whose spot it was. But it was a little event and she was there. And when I walked up, somebody was about to pop a champagne bottle. And they popped and it then shot across the room. She looked and said, ‘Amateur.’ And I thought, ‘Oh, she’s gonna be good,’” Kandi recalled. “It was just the way she said it. The camera wasn’t on her, that was her natural reaction. I was like, ‘Oh, this girl is gonna be good!’”

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39 Real Housewives, Bravo Stars Name the Best — and Worst — Casting Decisions on Their Respective Shows

Not afraid to go there! Us Weekly asked nearly 40 Bravo stars to reveal what they believe were the best and worst casting calls in their respective shows’ history — and several Real Housewives, SURvers, Summer House stars and more named names. “Start with Landon. Oh wait, the first is Jenna. Landon. Jennifer,” Southern Charm’s Kathryn Dennis exclusively told Us without hesitation on the BravoCon red carpet, referring to Jenna King, Landon Clements and Jennifer Snowden. “All of the bad people — people with bad intentions that aren’t being themselves — are always the ones that f—k themselves over. Those are the people that aren’t here.” Kathryn noted that “the rest of us get along pretty well” and praised the season 8 addition of Olivia Flowers. “Olivia is one of the only people that I’m so freaking glad they brought on,” she said. “She’s so sweet and kind and authentic and real and I appreciate that in someone, and she stayed that way all season and that says a lot about her and her character and I’m glad to have her.” Olivia’s on-again, off-again love interest, Austen Kroll, agreed. “I think that this year, adding our new castmate Olivia was a home run addition. I think that with losing Cam and Chelsea, we were really missing, like, [someone] down to earth and the nice girl on our show,” he said, referring to Cameran Eubanks and Chelsea Meissner, who both left on their own accord ahead of season 7. The Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Kandi Burruss and Cynthia Bailey both went down memory lane by bringing up Tammy McCall, who appeared in season 8 but was never officially billed as a cast member. “Remember the year when I was pregnant and we were in Miami and her nephew had almost knocked her out and she hit the floor? … They tried to make her a Housewife, I think. Or they wanted to. They had her taking pictures. What was her name?” Kandi asked Us. “No offense to her, but it didn’t quite make sense. She didn’t quite fit in with the group. Although, she ended up being good TV for that moment.” Cynthia noted: “I love this girl. I don’t know if you guys remember when Tammy came on. She was kind of short-lived, but she was so sweet. And it just was such a crazy season for her and for us. I think that was when we went to Miami — the police were called, it was a lot of craziness going on. I felt like she was a great person. And I think she came on with me. But I just didn’t feel like the show was good for her. It just didn’t feel like it meshed, so I was actually relieved for her when it was over for her, you know what I’m saying?” For the best additions — after themselves — the peach-holders both gave love to Kenya Moore. “I will tell you the first time I met Kenya Moore, she was so funny to me. I remember it was some event — I can’t remember whose spot it was. But it was a little event and she was there. And when I walked up, somebody was about to pop a champagne bottle. And they popped and it then shot across the room. She looked and said, ‘Amateur.’ And I thought, ‘Oh, she’s gonna be good,’” Kandi recalled. “It was just the way she said it. The camera wasn’t on her, that was her natural reaction. I was like, ‘Oh, this girl is gonna be good!’” Scroll through for more:

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39 Real Housewives, Bravo Stars Name the Best — and Worst — Casting Decisions on Their Respective Shows

Not afraid to go there! Us Weekly asked nearly 40 Bravo stars to reveal what they believe were the best and worst casting calls in their respective shows’ history — and several Real Housewives, SURvers, Summer House stars and more named names. “Start with Landon. Oh wait, the first is Jenna. Landon. Jennifer,” Southern Charm’s Kathryn Dennis exclusively told Us without hesitation on the BravoCon red carpet, referring to Jenna King, Landon Clements and Jennifer Snowden. “All of the bad people — people with bad intentions that aren’t being themselves — are always the ones that f—k themselves over. Those are the people that aren’t here.” Kathryn noted that “the rest of us get along pretty well” and praised the season 8 addition of Olivia Flowers. “Olivia is one of the only people that I’m so freaking glad they brought on,” she said. “She’s so sweet and kind and authentic and real and I appreciate that in someone, and she stayed that way all season and that says a lot about her and her character and I’m glad to have her.” Olivia’s on-again, off-again love interest, Austen Kroll, agreed. “I think that this year, adding our new castmate Olivia was a home run addition. I think that with losing Cam and Chelsea, we were really missing, like, [someone] down to earth and the nice girl on our show,” he said, referring to Cameran Eubanks and Chelsea Meissner, who both left on their own accord ahead of season 7. The Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Kandi Burruss and Cynthia Bailey both went down memory lane by bringing up Tammy McCall, who appeared in season 8 but was never officially billed as a cast member. “Remember the year when I was pregnant and we were in Miami and her nephew had almost knocked her out and she hit the floor? … They tried to make her a Housewife, I think. Or they wanted to. They had her taking pictures. What was her name?” Kandi asked Us. “No offense to her, but it didn’t quite make sense. She didn’t quite fit in with the group. Although, she ended up being good TV for that moment.” Cynthia noted: “I love this girl. I don’t know if you guys remember when Tammy came on. She was kind of short-lived, but she was so sweet. And it just was such a crazy season for her and for us. I think that was when we went to Miami — the police were called, it was a lot of craziness going on. I felt like she was a great person. And I think she came on with me. But I just didn’t feel like the show was good for her. It just didn’t feel like it meshed, so I was actually relieved for her when it was over for her, you know what I’m saying?” For the best additions — after themselves — the peach-holders both gave love to Kenya Moore. “I will tell you the first time I met Kenya Moore, she was so funny to me. I remember it was some event — I can’t remember whose spot it was. But it was a little event and she was there. And when I walked up, somebody was about to pop a champagne bottle. And they popped and it then shot across the room. She looked and said, ‘Amateur.’ And I thought, ‘Oh, she’s gonna be good,’” Kandi recalled. “It was just the way she said it. The camera wasn’t on her, that was her natural reaction. I was like, ‘Oh, this girl is gonna be good!’” Scroll through for more:

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Katie Maloney

“At the time, I probably thought Lala [Kent] was the worst, but now I think she’s the best,” the Vanderpump Rules OG admitted.

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Emily Simpson

“Last year was the worst,” the Orange County resident said, seemingly referring to season 16 add-ons Jen Armstrong and Noella Bergener. “We’ll just forget about that.”

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Gina Kirschenheiter

“Best? Us, clearly,” the RHOC star said, referring to her and Emily. “Last year was not good. I don’t even know what that was.”

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Joe Gorga

“The little lawyer and his wife. Worst decision they’ve ever made in their lives,” Melissa Gorga’s husband told Us of Amber and James Marchese.

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Kandi Burruss

“Best and worst! I don’t want to make nobody feel bad,” the RHOA star said before husband Todd Tucker pointed out that the worst could be someone getting the boot too soon. “I definitely felt like Claudia [Jordan] should have stayed for another season just because she was definitely a queen of shades. And I didn’t feel like people got a chance to really see her at her best. So I didn’t get I don’t think she got a fair shot. And honestly, I felt like Shamari [DeVoe], I didn’t think she got a fair shot too. She is funny as hell in real life and her husband is really great guy. And I feel like that was a couple that they really didn’t get the full benefits of them as a couple.”

Kandi went on to reference Tammy, a “friend” during season 8.

“Remember the year when I was pregnant and we were in Miami and her nephew had almost knocked her out and she hit the floor? … They tried to make her a Housewife, I think.  Or they wanted to. They had her taking pictures. What was her name?” Kandi asked. When Us responded Tammy, she added: “No offense to her, but it didn’t quite make sense. She didn’t quite fit in with the group. Although, she ended up being good TV for that moment.”

While Kandi noted that she “changed the game” in season 3, she agreed with Todd that Kenya was a “great” and “hilarious” addition.

“I will tell you the first time I met Kenya Moore, she was so funny to me. I remember it was some event — I can’t remember whose spot it was. But it was a little event and she was there,” the reality star recalled. “And when I walked up, somebody was about to pop a champagne bottle. And they popped and it then shot across the room. She looked and said, ‘Amateur.’ And I thought, ‘Oh, she’s gonna be good.’ It was just the way she said it. The camera wasn’t on her, that was her natural reaction. I was like, ‘Oh, this girl is gonna be good!’”

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Cynthia Bailey

“I love this girl. I don’t know if you guys remember when Tammy came on. She was kind of short-lived, but she was so sweet. And it just was such a crazy season for her and for us. I think that was when we went to Miami — the police were called, it was a lot of craziness going on. I felt like she was a great person. And I think she came on with me. But I just didn’t feel like the show was good for her. It just didn’t feel like it meshed, so I was actually relieved for her when it was over for her, you know what I’m saying?” the RHOA alum said. “And sometimes, you know, it looks so easy to do these shows. Listen, I take my hat off to every single one of these Housewives from every single franchise. This stuff is not easy. And now that I get to sit back and watch it as a civilian, it’s like, ‘I have my popcorn. My Seagrams Escape bellini. Oh, this is great.’ Because when you’re actually on the show, it’s a lot of work. And it’s a lot of strong women that we work with. It’s not easy.”

Cynthia also named Kenya as the best. “I actually will take a little credit for that. I was very instrumental in bringing Kenya Moore on. She at the time was testing for Housewives. And I was doing a model search for Ebony magazine, and I remember calling production saying, ‘Hey, I hear this girl Kenya Moore is auditioning. She seems really cool. Can I ask her to be a judge?’ And they were like, ‘Well, I mean, it’s up to you.’ You know, I don’t know where she was at the audition process. But I don’t think it was that far at that time, to be honest. … She came to the Bailey Agency. We got into it. She showed out, I banned her from the Bailey Agency and she’s been here ever since!”

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Karen Huger

The RHOP OG gave a shout-out to Monique Samuels’ late bird, T’Challa, as her best and worst pick. “It’s a bird. The birth became the Housewife at the moment, and we are all dynamic women, but this bird stole the scene,” Karen explained. “And I love you Monique, but no. T’Challa, really? And no disrespect, Monique. Rest in peace, T’Challa.” 

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Kenya Moore

“Oh, my goodness. Don’t make me say it! You know, I just think — it’s not a bad thing, [but] I think some people just don’t fit in with the cast. As much as I like and respect Kim Fields, you know, in her acting world and directing world, I just don’t think it was a good fit when she joined our show,” the RHOA star said. “But I have mad respect for her. She’s an icon, you know, but just going from being an icon and that kind of big actor to our show, it just didn’t match. So I would have probably say her. I think a lot of people were not necessarily well cast because they were not returned or renewed for the next year. So, I mean, you can pretty much figure that one out.”

As for best, Kenya said: “Since me? Porsha [Williams] was a good addition, she came in right after me. Eva [Marcille] was a great addition. And Claudia, I think, was a good addition.”

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Robyn Dixon

“The best casting decision, obviously, are the four OGs that have been here for seven years, myself included. We’re all unique, we work together, we’re a unit, and we keep the show moving,” the RHOP star said, noting that she “can’t answer” the worst.

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Gizelle Bryant

“Best, I think, currently, is Mia [Thornton]. I think Mia is a very good addition,” the RHOP personality said. “And that’s it!”

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Melissa Gorga

“The worst was Amber and Jim Marchese. I mean, for real, like, I don’t even know how that happened. And then the best casting, I’m gonna say — since me —I’m gonna have to go with Margaret [Josephs]. I think Margaret fits in the best since me,” the RHONJ star said.

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Ciara Miller

The Summer House star was quick to jokingly name Paige as the worst during their joint interview before adding, “Best casting decision — even though she was there before me, probably Paige.”

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Paige DeSorbo

“That’s so funny, I was about to say the show really started to go downhill when Ciara came on,” Paige quipped with her costar by her side. “We wish her the best though. Best casting decision, I’d say Ciara.”

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Luke Gulbranson

“Getting rid of us,” the Summer House alum said with Andrea by his side. “If it’s not broke, don’t fix it. You don’t need to reinvent the wheel.”

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Andrea Denver

The Summer House alum agreed with Luke, noting that the men “became really good friends” with the cast.

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Jackie Goldschneider

“That girl who everyone hates — Jim … and Amber? Yeah, they were not good. And the twins. That whole season, that was one big casting no-no,” the RHONJ star said. “Best casting decision. I mean, I love the Manzo family. I want them to come back. Come back!”

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Frank Catania

During a joint interview with Jackie’s husband, Dolores’ ex called out the speculation that Jackie might not be a full-time cast member on the upcoming season.

“I gotta be honest with you, the worst casting decision ever is if they don’t keep Jackie full-time,” Frank said.

Evan Goldschneider agreed, “Thank you, that would be the worst.”

 

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Kathryn Dennis

“Start with Landon. Oh wait, the first is Jenna. Landon. Jennifer. All of the bad people — people with bad intentions that aren’t being themselves — are always the ones that f—k themselves over. Those are the people that aren’t here,” the Southern Charm star said, noting that “the rest of us get along pretty well” before gushing about season 8 newbie Olivia Flowers. “Olivia is one of the only people that I’m so freaking glad they brought on. She’s so sweet and kind and authentic and real and I appreciate that in someone and she stayed that way all season and that says a lot about her and her character and I’m glad to have her.”

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Austen Kroll

“I think that this year, adding our new castmate Olivia was a home run addition. I think that with losing Cam and Chelsea, we were really missing, like, [someone] down to earth and the nice girl on our show,” the Southern Charm star said before adding, “[And me], season 4.”

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Craig Conover

“Best casting decision? Myself,” the Southern Charm OG quipped.

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Shannon Beador

“Peggy Sulahian! Housewife 100! But she was Housewife 100 and that’s gonna be on her tombstone,” the RHOC star said of the one-season addition with a laugh. “Best? Shannon Storms Beador.”

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Margaret Josephs

“Siggy Flicker — worst casting decision ever. You know, I obviously was right, once again. Worst casting decision,” the RHONJ star said. “Best casting decision? The Marge!”

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Brandi Glanville

“I think worst would be Diana [Jenkins], for me. If you have that much money — why would you want to be on TV? Just go away. I’m like, ‘If I was that rich, you would never see me. Ever again,’” the RHOBH alum said. “[The best] I think Garcelle [Beauvais], honestly, I know she doesn’t really like me, but I think that she is the voice of reason.”

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Amanda Batula

“I mean, Paige. She brings it,” the Summer House star said of the best. “I know the worst and I mean this [with love]. … Amit [Neuman]. He sat behind the camera and would watch us film scenes and wonder why he wasn’t in episodes. He literally just sat behind the camera the whole season.”

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Kyle Cooke

“I think sometimes it’s challenging because you can’t really explain what it’s gonna be like until they get there. I think maybe bringing Jordan [Verroi] season 4 because I think we weren’t getting any honest answers and I don’t know why we tried,” the Summer House OG star.

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Dolores Catania

“I was the best decision, of course. And who was the worst? There’s a few worst and they’re not here anymore, so that says it,” the RHONJ star said.

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Jennifer Aydin

“Obviously I think the best is Teresa [Giudice]. She’s an OG, she’s lasted now coming on almost 14 years, so go OG Teresa,” the RHONJ personality said before shifting franchises to name Diana of RHOBH as the worst.

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Lindsay Hubbard

“I think the best casting decision happened this summer and you’re gonna meet these newbies and they are so fun, so wild. I love them. I love the new people. I even said, ‘Great job, casting,’” the Summer House OG said.

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Carl Radke

Carl agreed with his fiancé, telling Us that he loves the newcomers who haven’t been announced yet. “[Worst], bless his heart, Amit. Season 2, just not the right fit,” the Summer House star. “Randomly, a guy that I think should’ve get another shot, I don’t know why, but I think Alex [Welch]. We like Alex.”

Lindsay added: “It takes a little bit for somebody to, like, understand what you’re supposed to do, which is talk about your feelings, right? You’re still trying to get a lay of the land as a new person. I think if [Alex] had another shot, he might perform a little bit better, you know, eat a little less ground turkey.”

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Danielle Olivera

“I don’t even know if I’m the best or the worst because I didn’t even know if I was going to hang out this long. Jordan was my least favorite casting decision,” Danielle said, adding that Mya is her favorite addition.

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Mya Allen

“Well, the amount of time that I watch Bravo, it’s only right that I get paid to be on Bravo because I literally live my life on Bravo,” the Summer House star said.

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Scheana Shay

“Making Raquel a full-time cast member was one of their best decisions by far because she’s epic. Worst? Season 8,” the Vanderpump Rules OG said.

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Raquel Leviss

“I would say both best and worst is me. Because when I first started, I was not reality TV material. But I feel like I’m kind of, like a sponge. And this season, I’ve been able to come into my own and really, I guess, for lack of a better term, be entertaining,” the SURver said.

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Teddi Mellencamp

“I didn’t watch Beverly Hills before I came on, so I don’t have a ton of history, but my least favorite Housewife is Camille Grammer,” the RHOBH alum admitted. “From Beverly Hills, of course, I love Kyle [Richards]. I’m sure everyone will make fun of me for it, but yeah, she’s one of my besties. … I think Kyle is the glue that keeps everybody together. She’s that one person that, truthfully, doesn’t take herself so seriously, which is why I think she’s able to move through situations so quickly, even if she has a bad year and a good year. She’s easy to forgive. She’s fun to watch. She has a true, organic, authentic family. You get all the things but, truthfully, it’s connecting all the women together because without her I don’t think there’s much cohesion.”

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Patricia Altschul

“Ashley for worst,” the Southern Charm star said, referring to Thomas Ravenel’s ex Ashley Jacobs.

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Naomie Olindo

“I think the best is Thomas Ravenel — and I think the worst was also Thomas Ravenel,” the Southern Charm star said.

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Gia Giudice

“The worst was Amber, I want to say,” Teresa’s eldest daughter said. “And the best, I think, Jen Aydin. She’s so funny. I love her so much.”

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Vicki Gunvalson

“Best decision was to cast me and worst decision was to fire me,” the OG of the OC declared.

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Caroline Manzo

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