Porsha Williams Exits ‘Dish Nation’ After Eight Years: ‘Goodbyes Are Never Easy’

Porsha Williams on an episode of 'Dish Nation'. Credit: Dish Nation/ YouTube

Porsha Williams is saying goodbye to Dish Nation after eight years.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta star made the announcement Wednesday on her Instagram page.

“Goodbyes are never easy, and this one is especially hard. For the past eight years, I’ve worked on one of the most fun, collaborative, exciting, and best produced shows on television. But as I continuously start new chapters in my life, it means I have to close others,” she began.

“Since 2013, everybody at Dish has been like family to me. There’s a lot of people I’ve met along this journey that I am incredibly thankful for,” Williams added.

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She went on to thank the show’s cast and crew. “There’s a lot of people I’ve met along this journey that I am incredibly thankful for. Whether it was on air or behind the scenes, they’ve endlessly supported my career and more importantly, my happiness,” she shared.

The reality TV star and on-air host’s last day at Dish Nation will be Aug. 27.

Williams will next be seen in a new Bravo spinoff that is currently in production. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports the title of the show is Williams Family Retreat.

She has been part of Dish Nation since 2013. Her co-hosts include Atlanta-based hosts Da Brat, Gary With Da Tea and Headkrack. The team in Los Angeles includes Sherri Shepherd, Chuey Martinez, Heidi Hamilton and Frank Kramer.

Dish Nation posted a farewell message on Twitter that says, “Bidding Adieu To Our ‘Duchess Of Decatur!’”

Williams has been on RHOA since its third season and recently got engaged to Simon Guobadia, the ex-husband of her RHOA co-star Falynn Guobadia.

Watch her talk about her new relationship below on Dish Nation: