Claudia Jordan Not Fired From 'RHOA?'

Entertainment | 06/24/2015 | 12:00 PM EDT

Sources say Jordan's future with the show is still up in the air

Insiders might have spoken too soon on Claudia Jordan's future with "The Real Housewives of Atlanta." As it turns out, the media personality could be joining the ladies for the upcoming eighth season.


According to LALATE, Jordan has not been fired, despite a report from entertainment site TMZ. While her fate with the show is still up in the air, it's reported she has not been given her walking papers just yet and won't expect a contract offer until late October.


From LALATE:


"First, before all cast members start film, they execute what is generally believed to be a consent to film agreement. Second, certain featured performances get their full RHOA contracts ironed out before the RHOA season starts. LALATE can report that from May to July, Kenya, Kandi and NeNe solidify detailed, unique, New York contracts with BravoTV that are handling through True Atlanta. Negotiations continues for weeks. They know they have a peach. They know they have riders, exclusions, carve outs, and similar. Second, cast members Phaedra and Cynthia contract before their filming starts as well.


Third, everyone else generally consents to film. But they don’t get the peach-contracts until late in October when heads decide who will be getting a peach. Fourth, this time last year, LALATE can report upwards of four women were up for peaches and consenting to filming. And only one got their peach."


What do you think? Does Jordan deserve another season on the show? Sound off!


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