‘Married to Medicine’ Season 10 — Who’s Leaving & Who’s Staying
Married to Medicine season 10 is losing two of its stars… and possibly gaining another?
According to ET, Anila Sajja and Dr. Contessa Metcalfe are exiting the Bravo reality series as it heads back into production for the upcoming season. Sajja was a main cast member for the eighth and ninth seasons, while Metcalfe was a regular from seasons five through nine. Both were heavily featured in the last two seasons of the series.
Married to Medicine Season 10 — Who’s Leaving & Who’s Staying
With Sajja and Metcalfe’s departures, The Real Housewives of Atlanta alum Phaedra Parks is likely to join the franchise in a full-time capacity.
After news broke of her early exit, Sajja issued a statement, explaining: “There are three sides to a story: somewhere between their story and mine, is the TRUTH.”
“The truth is — only half of the rumors are true. I won’t be on the upcoming season of Married to Medicine but I won’t be gone for long…” the 43-year-old reality star promised. “I have been working on some projects that will give me the FULL opportunity to continue to share my life journey, family, and my Indian culture. My ‘story’ continues whether it is filmed or not.”
“Thank you to my loyal fans for the support, I have A LOT to share with you all VERY soon… stay tuned,” Sajja said, adding that Married to Medicine “was an amazing opportunity and I am excited to build off of the platform I have been given.”
She expressed, “Thank you again to @bravotv and @tvbypop. Can’t wait to share what I’m working on next … The best is yet to come.”
Bravo had no comment on the casting shakeup. No word from Metcalfe and Parks either.
As for now, it appears Dr. Heavenly Kimes, Dr. Simone Whitmore, Quad Webb, Toya Bush-Harris, and Dr. Jackie Walters.
Does Married to Medicine losing two cast members affect whether or not you will remain a fan? Let us know in the comments!
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