'The Real Housewives of Potomac' Season 2: What The Cast Thinks About Karen Huger & Charisse Jordan's Feud [VIDEO]
The claws are out for former friends and Bravo's The Real Housewives of Potomac stars, Karen Huger and Charisse Jackson Jordan, and their co-stars have lots to say about their new feud.
"This showdown was long overdue, and I think will eternally continue," co-star Gizelle Bryant told the network recently. "Similar to the Hatfield and McCoy feud, no one knows how it started, no one knows what it's really about and NO ONE CARES. The Huger/Jordan feud is the gift that keeps on giving. I actually LOVE to see them scratch each other's eyes out. It's like the battle of the hot flashes."
Robyn Dixon also had a few words to say about the most epic feud that's on the show currently.
"It quickly became evident that Karen and Charisse were nowhere near being on the same page," Dixon said to Bravo of the trip to Bermuda that Jordan and Huger were supposed to host together.
"I don't even think they were on the same island! As soon as we landed it was clear that Karen wanted to take credit for this entire trip and was trying to shut Charisse out. By the end of the dinner, I gave up trying to make sense of the 'who's the Grand Dame of us all' foolishness!"
Of course, Huger and Jordan had a few words for each other as well.
Huger accused Jordan of being selfish and only caring about herself and not the well-being of all of the girls. She cleared the air and said that Jordan only wanted to host the boat trip, not the entire vacation.
She added that there was a level of "confusion" after Jordan failed to tell the ladies that portion of the plan.
As for Jordan, she said she's not sure if her and Huger's friendship will ever be the same - if it exists at all anymore.
"Typical Karen," she said of Huger, Bryant and newbie, Monique Samuels, not taking part in what she planned for the girls during the trip. "I gave up a long time ago trying to make sense out of this woman. I am not going to go crazy trying to understand. She's enough crazy for all of us. As the saying goes, one money doesn't stop the show. Clearly, we had a great time without her monkey business behavior."
The Real Housewives of Potomac airs Sundays at 8/7c on Bravo.