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ATLANTA, GA - OCTOBER 03: "Real Housewives of Atlanta" cast members Kenya Moore and Cynthia Bailey attend Amaluna opening night at the Big Top at Atlantic Station on October 3, 2014 in Atlanta, Georgia.

I’m going to consider myself the expert of The Real Housewives news here at Hot 96.9. I’m not afraid or embarrassed to admit, I enjoy these crazy women. The Real Housewives represent people who are unstable with a lot of drama in their life. A couple days ago, I posted that last week Jen Shah pleaded guilty for fraud but what I failed to mention was her involvement with the show. Executive Producer, Andy Cohen is keeping Shah on the show for next season.

I can’t wait to watch this season because of the drama surrounding Shah. She probably will be going to jail and the tv cameras will be there to record it all. People magazine’s writer’s Dory Jackson and Dave Quinn reported that a source close to production has mentioned that Shah’s storyline will be a dominate story throughout the season. People reported that Shah “will continue to let the cameras roll on her legal woes.” Shah who is 48 years old “will continue to take part the upcoming third season of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City. A source close to production spoke with People and stated that ‘this case is a very big part of Jen’s story. Producers don’t want us to stop following it now,’ the insider adds. ‘They’ll keep filming with her as long as they can, just like they did with Teresa Giudice.'”

If your unaware who Teresa Giudice is she is a member of the Real Housewives’ of New Jersey. Giudice was sent to prison and the show filmed her going through her legal battles and the show was fantastic. This is why The Real Housewives‘ are the best show on tv. Andy Cohen will keep the cameras rolling while these women are going through drama.  This season of The Real Housewives’ of Salt Lake City will be the highest rated ever. People love watching drama.