Phaedra Parks has been “100 percent approached” to join Season 10 of “Married to Medicine,” but she hasn’t officially signed a contract.
“I have known for over a month that yes baby miss Phaedra Parks was set to join ‘Married to Medicine,’” Carlos King revealed on Wednesday’s episode of his podcast, “Reality with the King.”
King explained that Bravo “loves” the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” alum, 49, and has been trying to figure out how to bring her back to the network.
“I don’t know if Phaedra has signed on the dotted lines,” King clarified. “I cannot confirm if Phaedra has signed the papers.”
However, the former “Real Housewives” producer emphasized that “for over a month,” Parks has “been in deep discussions” to join the hit Bravo show.
Bravo didn’t immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment, and Parks hasn’t confirmed the news.
King explained that Parks meets the show’s criteria because she is dating an unnamed doctor.
He also recalled filming a scene on “RHOA” where she hung out with original cast member Quad Webb after becoming friends with her through her ex-husband, Dr. Gregory Lunceford.
“Phaedra and Quad are friends. What would make sense is Phaedra is brought in through Quad,” he teased. “What I don’t know is how deep the repoir goes between Phaedra and these other women, but what I can say is Atlanta is very small.”
Parks began her “RHOA” journey on Season 3 in 2010 until she was fired from the hit Bravo show in 2017. Parks’ controversial exit occurred after she spread a lie that her former best friend Kandi Burruss and her husband, Todd Tucker, were going to drug and rape Porsha Williams.
She returned to the network in 2022 for “The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip Ex-Wives Club” and appeared on “The Real Housewives of Dubai.”