"The Real Housewives of Atlanta," the latest installment in Bravo's look inside the lives of the women in some of America's swankiest cities. This season's lineup of Housewives promises the most diverse cast yet, but there are still aspects that remind us of some of our favorite housewives, both "Real" and fictional.
Sheree Whitfield is a working mother who owned her own upscale clothing boutique, "Bella Azul," before closing it so she could move on to her next business venture, the "She by Sheree" clothing line.
She Reminds Us Of New York City housewife Bethenny Frankel, whose career as a natural foods chef led her to a crazy lot of diversified business opportunities, from writing columns in food magazines to being on Martha Stweart's "Apprentice." Of course, we'd be totally remiss is we didn't also mention that the whole clothing-boutique-to-fashion-line transformation gives us flashes of "One Tree Hill"'s own Brooke Davis (Sophia Bush), who presided over her Clothes Over Bros line until very recently when she angrily gave the business to her evil bitch of a mom. Needless to say, we wish Sheree MUCH better luck in that department.