Porsha Williams Teams Up with Other ‘Real Housewives’ Stars for ‘Work Done’ Music Video

Together with Melissa Gorga and Sonja Morgan, the ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ star pokes fun at the rumors surrounding her plastic surgery and Botox in the music video.

AceShowbiz -Celebrities usually turn to their social media accounts to address plastic surgery accusations leveled against them, but the ladies of “Real Housewives” franchise are surely not among them. Instead of going the traditional way, they choose to poke fun at the allegation through a song entitled “Work Done” and its music video accompaniment.

Released on Monday morning, July 29, the visuals features Porsha Williams, Melissa Gorga and Sonja Morgan as the three ladies strut their stuff in a factory and poke fun at the rumors surrounding their plastic surgery and Botox. “I know I look delicious, confirming your suspicions,” Porsha sings on the track. “Yah I’ve had some work done, but Rome wasn’t built on wishes.”

Meanwhile, Melissa rhymes, “I don’t have time for these rumors/ I’m too busy getting this work done,” before “The Real Housewives of New York City” star Sonja adds, “Yah I’ve had a little work done/ Who hasn’t?”

The three later team up for the chorus and sing, “Always get more work done/ Tweak it to perfection. Getting work done for the camera/ Getting work done like a sledgehammer/ Getting work done, you gotta get that body/ Getting work done, life of the party/ Getting work done, like a hottie.”

Other “Real Housewives” stars who make an appearance in the music video are Dorinda Medley and Tamra Judge, the latter of whom says her iconic line, “That’s my opinion?!”

The music video is a part of their collaboration with Fiber One for its brand new snack that contains 70 calories, 5g net carbs and 2g of sugars. “Who would have though that Fiber One would have been the one to bring me back into the studio. Like, what!?” Porsha said of the collaboration in an interview with Us Weekly. “It has been so cool, I mean the song is amazing.”

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