Phaedra Parks negotiating “RHOA” return after Kenya Moore’s exit

Phaedra Parks is in talks to return to “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” Page Six can confirm.

The lawyer — who starred on the Bravo reality show from Season 3 in 2010 to Season 9 in 2017 — is in talks with the network about filming for Season 16, which is currently in production.

According to Love B. Scott, who was the first to report the news, Parks’ current contract with Bravo’s “Married to Medicine” is the “biggest disruption” with regard to a “RHOA” return.

We can confirm that “M2M” Season 11 is also in production.

The outlet also reported that Parks’ well-received on-screen dynamic with returning “RHOA” star Porsha Williams during the recent “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” 15th anniversary special only “added.”[ed] to the desire for the return of Phaedra.”

Parks’ potential return comes on the heels of Kenya Moore’s sudden exit from “RHOA” in the middle of filming for Season 16.

Page Six broke the news early last month that Moore was suspended indefinitely after she shocked party-goers at her salon’s grand opening with posters of series newcomer Brittany Eady allegedly performing oral sex.

We’re told cameras were rolling at the cast and an investigation was later launched.

Parks, for his part, was fired from “RHOA” because of his own sex scandal; she admitted during the Season 9 reunion that she spread a rumor that then-co-star Kandi Burruss wanted to drug and rape Williams.

When Page Six caught up with Parks, 50, at the Critics’ Choice Real TV Awards last month, she claimed she had “no reaction” to Moore’s situation.

When asked if she had any advice for Moore, Parks told us, “You probably wouldn’t want to hear my advice.”

As for what fans can expect from the upcoming season of “M2M,” she teased, “It’s going to be an incredible season. Four [Webb] is back, so that will be interesting.

“[Lateasha] ‘Sweet Tea’ [Lunceford] is married to [Webb’s ex-husband] Dr. Gregorio [Lunceford], so of course, you see the dynamic with Quad and Sweet Tea. It will be good. Some very wild engagements.”

Representatives for Parks and Bravo did not immediately respond to our requests for comment.

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