The 'Little Women: Atlanta' Cast Is Full Of Fiery New Faces
I hope you like Lifetime's Little Women franchise, because it's about to get a whole lot bigger. Little Women: Atlanta premieres on the network on Wednesday, Jan. 27 at 10 p.m. ET, and it looks like it's going to bring just as much drama, if not more, than the original Little Women: LA series. But of course, that all depends on who's in the Little Women: Atlanta cast.
Since this is the third series of its kind (the first two were Little Women: LA and Little Women: NY), I can only imagine that the people casting Little Women: Atlanta know what makes for a winning formula for a show in this franchise. An entertaining Little Women cast member has to be spunky, outspoken, combative, and have career ambitions all at the same time.
Do the cast members of Little Women: Atlanta have all of that and then some? We'll have to wait and see once the series premieres on Wednesday.
But actually... no. I don't know about you, but I can't wait that long to see who's going to make a peachtree full of conflict in the ATL. Thankfully, Lifetime has already released the names of the Little Women: Atlanta cast so I my anticipation doesn't have to kill me any longer. Let's all get to know the Little Women: Atlanta cast below so that by the time the series premiere rolls around, we can all really relish in the drama.
Amanda and Andrea Salinas
Get ready for double the trouble on Little Women: Atlanta because there's going to be a pair of twins on this show. The series will chronicle their departure from home to make it on their own in Atlanta. Well, at least they have each other. Andrea also has a son, who is a little person, too. The twins hope to "dominate the club scene" in this southern city, according to their official Lifetime bio. What that means exactly, I don't know, but it will probably be entertaining to watch.
Ashley "Minnie" Ross
Minnie seems to have the biggest personality out of all of the Little Women: Atlanta ladies, as far as the preview clips of the show go, so I have especially high hopes for her. In fact, she is considered the "Mama Bear" of the group with all of her fellow cast members seeking to gain her approval, according to her official Lifetime bio. However, there's a deep, dark secret Minnie is hiding that could really ruin the reputation she's built up over the years. With a vague description like that, Minnie's secret could literally be anything, so I'm not even going to try to guess. But it doesn't matter, because the promise of something scandalous being revealed is enough to make me watch any day.
Bri is described as shy and is a mother of a 2-year-old son who is also a little person. But mess with Bri, and you won't like her when she's angry. It sounds like the Salinas sisters are especially prone to getting on her nerves. I think we now know who's going to be feuding first.
Tiffany "Monie" Cashette
Monie is besties with Minnie, and who saw that one coming? But in all seriousness, Monie's lucky that she has such a close and supportive friend since she will have just quit her job when we first meet her on Little Women: Atlanta. Now Monie is looking for her next step, and working at Minnie's hair salon may be it. But if she finds out styling hair isn't for her, this could be a setback in finding her next career move and possibly damage her friendship. Ooh, the stakes are high on Little Women: Atlanta, and I like it!
Just like Little Women: LA's Terra Jole and Little Women: NY's Lila Call before her, Emily is described as "the ringleader of the group" on Little Women: Atlanta. She is a club promoter, so you know that she knows how to have a good time. Unfortunately, things aren't so great between Emily and her boyfriend, so expect some fireworks — and not the good kind.
I don't know if I'm ready for all of these fiery personalities about to come my way on Little Women: Atlanta, but if it means lots of shade throwing, side eye, and a feud or two, I am so in.
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