At the end of RHUGT Season 2, Phaedra Parks reveals what it was really like to stay in the Fish Room
According to Phaedra Parks, who is speaking publicly, she did not engage in sexual activity in the fish room at Blue Stone Manor.
She exclusively revealed to E! News that “no fish became pregnant.” “The fish wasn’t humped by me.” “Fish persisted on the wall.”
In Real Housewives: Ultimate Girls Trip Ex-Wives Club, which debuted on June 23, Phaedra was given the iconic bedroom when she arrived at Dorinda Medley’s Berkshires house.
However, Phaedra did not respond in the same way that Luann de Lesseps did in season 11 of The Real Housewives of New York City, which is fortunate for Dorinda and the fish.
Because I’m from the South, Phaedra explained, “we always leave people’s homes better than when we found them.” The fish room was fantastic, in my opinion.
The mortician, who also called himself a ghost whisperer, claimed that it wasn’t haunted, at least not by any frightening ghosts. Phaedra remarked, “They know me. I’m one of their own.” They don’t disturb me because they are aware of my friendliness.
The Real Housewives of Georgia Today is presently airing its second season, which also features Eva Marcille, Tamra Judge, Vicki Gunvalson, Taylor Armstrong, and Brandi Glanville from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, RHONY OG Jill Zarin, and Phaedra’s eight-day trip to Massachusetts.
The Peacock series’ first three episodes are now available to stream, and while the cast is having fun so far, Phaedra assures E! News that things are about to get even crazier.
She teased everything from a Dorobics lesson to a prohibition-era party that culminated in the ladies’ “disrobing,” saying, “There are so many fantastic moments.”
Continue reading for a rating of all the RHONY moments that originally made Blue Stone Manor famous for more Berkshires entertainment.
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