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'The Real Housewives of Atlanta': We want your burning questions!

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real-houswives-atlanta_lIt’s been an uber-crazy season of Bravo’s addictive reality hit The Real Housewives of Atlanta. We’ve seen it all, from the legendary fight between Sheree and her party planner, to Kim getting her wig tugged, and the debut of Lisa’s fashion line, and Kandi’s battles with her mother. Oh, and there was “Tardy for the Party,” too. If that song isn’t legendary, I don’t know what is!

But sadly, PopWatchers, The Real Housewives of Atlanta has just one episode left, this coming Thursday, Oct. 22. Then it’s reunion time—only this time we’ll get a double dose with host and executive producer Andy Cohen on Oct. 29 and Nov. 5. Yipee!

So, in honor of the end of the season, we’re planning to run a feature in Entertainment Weekly that’ll have the always-in-the-know Cohen (who hosts his own late-night talk show on Bravo, Watch What Happens, on Thursday nights at 11:30 p.m.) answering some of your burning questions about the housewives. Dying to know how Lisa and Sheree’s fashion lines really do? What Dwight does for a job? Or if Big Pappa actually exits? Let us know what you’re thinking!

So I’m asking for your help: Tell us what want to know about The Real Housewives of Atlanta? About Andy Cohen? About your other favorite Bravo shows like Million Dollar Listing or The Rachel Zoe Project or Flipping Out? (Cohen is senior vice president of programming at Bravo, so he’s in the know, for reals.) Please hit me with all your questions in the comments below—I’ll take the best questions, get the answers from Cohen, and print in an upcoming issue of EW.

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