'RHOP' Season 2 Will Be Without Katie Rost

In what is actually quite surprising news, Katie Rost isn't returning to Real Housewives of Potomac, she announced on Twitter Wednesday. "Sad to announce I will not be on #RHOP this season:-( Can't make my life exciting enough. #DeliveredTomorrow," she tweeted. As for what she means by "delivered tomorrow," maybe she meant the news would be announced on Thursday? Who knows, but it doesn't look like Bravo has made a formal announcement regarding her departure. Whatever the case, the fact that she won't be in Season 2 just might mean less drama.

For those who watched Season 1 of Potomac, Rost was no stranger to getting mixed up in all of the drama. Whether you were a fan of hers or not, you can't argue with the fact that she wasn't boring. From her constantly asking her boyfriend (maybe her fiancé?) about marriage to redecorating his home without his knowledge to never being afraid of addressing issues about her race or religion, Rost was very vocal and opinionated, right alongside most of the other RHOP cast members. So to learn that she isn't coming back is something I certainly wasn't expecting to hear. It will be interesting to see how the sophomore season goes down without her.

It looks like she is also going to be missed by some of her co-stars. Gizelle Bryant responded to Rost's tweet about her exit on Twitter and wrote, "You are missed!"

So I guess that means Bryant will return, right? As for RHOP's Karen Huger, a Twitter user wrote to her, "I'm so happy you're back for another season! They can't continue without the queen! Give them hell, Karen! Can't wait." Huger responded, "Thanks," with a heart emoji. Well, she certainly seems to be coming back as well. As for Robyn Dixon, Charrisse Jordan, and Ashley Darby, no word yet.

However, according to Fashion & Style, in April, Darby said about Season 2 casting on Hey Frase podcast, "They've told me everybody. I don't know if that's just being politically correct, or if it's, like, true."

Well, it doesn't seem to be true. Either way, the upcoming season hasn't even started and the drama's already started.