Big Rich Atlanta on Style introduces viewers to the Boss Bitch Ashlee Wilson Hawn, a sure-to-be standout in the second installment of the Big Rich franchise. Big Rich Atlanta on Style debuts Wednesday, Jan. 23 at 8pm ET/PT. The series showcases the outrageous wealth and egos of mothers and daughters living in the Atlanta area who supposedly are all connected by an exclusive Atlanta country club.
The series has amassed a large cast of Atlantaâ€™s wealthiest mothers and daughters (less the Real Housewivesâ€™ clan) who arenâ€™t all that familiar with each other or the social pecking order and social circles these women believe they empower. Amid the group you will find the most Southern class and gentle charm from Katie Davidson and daughter Diana Davidson. Katie is a fourth generation Atlantan and stay-at-home mom who most likely wonâ€™t command a lot of screen time due to her more conservative lifestyle and polite demeanor (kudos for being classy, though!).Tu La 2 nail salon and wife to recording artist Q Parker of the R&B quartet 112, and daughter Kahdijiha (26, pictured left), a marketing executive. While Kahdijiha is far from being innocent on the drama scale, she probably best summed up the cast when she explained, â€śJust because you have money doesnâ€™t mean you have class.â€ť Although a hair-pulling fight at her nemesis’ (Ashlee Wilson Hawn’s) birthday party contradicts this. Sharlindaâ€™s twin sister Sabrina “BriĂ©” Rowe is also featured in the series.
It takes all of 10 minutes into Episode 1 to realize that the ringleader of the drama in Big Rich Atlanta will be Ashlee Wilson Hawn a.k.a. â€śBoss Bitch,â€ť a former Miss Georgia Teen and apparently one of Atlantaâ€™s most sought-after pageant coaches (reminds me a bit of Anna Nicole Smith, only skinnier). You can expect the majority of entertainment to revolve around Ashleeâ€™s unfiltered mouth and narcissistic personality.
Thereâ€™s no real surprise that Ashlee immediately rubs a few of the ladies wrong, including Kahdijiha. â€śShe and I will never roll together,â€ť Ashlee says of Kahdijiha. â€śSheâ€™s not in my league. Sheâ€™s not in my social status.â€ť
Ashlee stands on mixed ground when it comes to the blond-bombshell Eadon sisters.She Blames Me that is inspired by women the sisters hate. Harvin shares that their â€śladder necklaceâ€ť symbolizes thereâ€™s always a way up from rock bottom. Iâ€™m sure thereâ€™s more to learn on that storyline.
Lastly, thereâ€™s the beautiful Sabrina McKenzie and daughter Anandi McKenzie (19), a self-professed nerd and college student. Sabrina is known as the Dancing Preacher, where she combined her love of dancing (sheâ€™s a professional dancer who toured with Bobby Brown and TLC) and religion to start an international dance ministry.
Prepare yourself for a wild ride with the women of Big Rich Atlanta on Style Wednesdays at 8pm ET/PT.