Andy Cohen Hints Marlo Hampton Isn’t 100% Done w/ ‘RHOA,’  Says He Has A ‘Feeling’ Viewers ‘Have Not Seen The Last’ Of The Reality TV Star

Andy Cohen, Marlo Hampton

Andy Cohen Hints Marlo Hampton Isn’t 100% Done w/ ‘RHOA,’  Says He Has A ‘Feeling’ Viewers ‘Have Not Seen The Last’ Of The Reality TV Star

Andy Cohen is reacting to the departure of another ‘Real Housewives’ cast member.

During the broadcast of SiriusXM’s Andy Cohen Live on Feb. 27, executive producer Andy Cohen shared his sentiments regarding Marlo Hampton’s recent announcement that she will not be returning to ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta.’

In his brief remarks, Andy Cohen opened up about his friendship with Marlo Hampton, saying,

“I love Marlo…I don’t think there’s been a more, you know, no one has had a run on the Housewives like she’s had in that she was a friend for so many years.”

He added,

“I loved getting to know her in a deeper way after she did get her peach.”

As he zoomed in on Marlo Hampton’s departure from ‘Real Housewives,’ Andy Cohen seemed to hint that he does not believe this is the end of Hampton on the series.

Cohen stated,

“I will say this. I hope that we have not seen the last of Marlo Hampton and I have a feeling we haven’t.”

He went on to say,

“And I will look forward to having her back in the clubhouse whenever she wants and, you know, it’s an open door with Atlanta, with Marlo, so we love Marlo.”

Marlo Hampton officially became a member of the ‘RHOA’ cast in season 4, as a friend of the show. Her appearances continued intermittently over the following years until she ultimately secured a permanent role in season 14.

Marlo Hampton

Nonetheless, after just two seasons, Hampton decided she was ready to make a change.

In late February 2024, Hampton publicly announced that she was leaving ‘RHOA.’ During her announcement, she wrote,

“My contract with ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ ended when season 15 wrapped. This break from RHOA is a fresh start, allowing me the space to participate in new creative entertainment projects focused on my future, and not reliving my past.”

She continued,

“My nephews are transitioning into pivotal stages of their academic adolescence, and I am focused on my representation in their eyes and getting back to showing my multifaceted lifestyle of philanthropy, fashion, and fabulosity.”

Hampton also shared,

“I am thankful for this amazing platform of Housewives, which has allowed me to bring awareness to foster care, my non-profit Glam It Up, Inc., and showcase my fashion showroom, Le Archive. I look forward to my continued relationship with Bravo and NBC Universal. I wish Truly Original and the RHOA cast all the best.”


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Authored by: Candice O