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The Real Housewives of Potomac Season 7 Catchphrases Arrive Late Unlike Robyn Dixon – Deadline

Slogans for The Real Housewives of Potomac Season 7 is finally here Well done ran for three episodes without an opening sequence. The catchphrases arrived a little late this season, unlike Robyn Dixon, who refers to her timely arrivals “when it comes to the truth.”

Read the slogans for RHOP Season 7 below.

Giselle Bryant: “I’m pretty, petite, and always on the lookout.”

Ashley Darby: “You may think you know my story, but there’s always a twist.”

Robin Dixon: “When it comes down to it, I’m always on time.”

Candiace Dillard-Bassett: “My vocals are clean, but my reading is dirty.”

Mia Thornton: “I may not remember everything, but you will never forget me.”

Wendy Assefa: “I’m a Nigerian queen with no time for meanness.”

Karen Huger: “I burn slowly and never waver like three wicks.”

Every season, the housewives change their opening slogans. The slogans refer to the storyline that each of the participants brings to the air of the current season. Many of the lines are dark, some are inspirational, and others are all-encompassing.

Bryant’s slogan refers to the fact that she is always ready to spill the tea on her compatriots. Darby goes through the process of separation, and the audience will witness her life changes. Dixon hints that she’s always late to events, but if the truth be told, she’s always on time.

Dillard-Bassett has had a rough start to Season 7 as allegations leveled against her husband by her co-stars have taken center stage, but the singer won’t let anything go. Osefo is proud of her heritage and gives viewers a weekly glimpse into her family life. Huger is in the business of selling candles, and her tagline highlights that.

The Real Housewives of Potomac airs Sunday nights at 8pm ET on Bravo.


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