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Well, this is interesting. For all of Season 6 of Real Housewives of Atlanta, we've been hearing Kenya Moore brag about how she is the one responsible for the show's record high ratings, but the latest report from Bravo Ratings is casting some doubt on her theory. Three of Hotlanta's peaches — Kenya, NeNe Leakes, and Porsha Williams — scored one-on-one specials with Andy Cohen, and Kenya's episode brought in the lowest numbers by a long shot.

The report reads, "Ms. Bullhorn herself got the raw straw this week as two of her cast mates on Real Housewives of Atlanta managed to secure way better Watch What Happens Live time slots and consequently much, much higher ratings."

Regarding the better time slots, both NeNe and Porsha had their one-on-ones air directly after reunion nights, while Kenya's special was on after the "Secrets Revealed" episode, which naturally drew in less viewers than the explosive reunion shows. So, to be fair, Kenya was at a disadvantage from the start.

Surprisingly, Porsha was the one to score the most viewers with 3,923,000 viewers, about 417,000 more than NeNe's 3,506,000 supporters. In fact, Porsha now holds the record for WWHL's most-watched episode.

Meanwhile, only 1,717,000 people tuned in to hear Kenya's candid interview — a huge drop in numbers. Maybe the ratings have less to do with her antics than she thinks.

Do you think that Kenya's ratings would have been higher if her show was on after the reunion like the others? Sound off in the comments below!

Source: Bravo Ratings