Cynthia Bailey: Joining ‘RHOBH’ after ‘RHOA’ exit ‘can make sense’

Cynthia Bailey tells exclusively that joining “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” following her

2021 exit from “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” is plausible.

Beverly Hills’ comes up a lot, and that’s one of those situations where it would just have to be

organic,” Bailey, 55, says while promoting her role in ALLBLK’s scripted TV show “Terror Lake Drive: Single Black Female.”

The budding actress — who made the move from Georgia to Los Angeles after marrying sportscaster

Mike Hill in October 2020 — notes that she already has solid friendships with “RHOBH” star Garcelle Beauvais and rookie Sheree Zampino.

“I know Garcelle, I actually know Sheree, who is one of the new ‘friends of’ on the show. I know [Lisa] Rinna,

I know Kyle [Richards], I’ve worked with Dorit [Kemsley]. I’ve never met Sutton [Stracke],” Bailey says.

I feel like I know those ladies well enough that if it ever wanted to make sense, it can make sense.