Phaedra Parks Digs at Ex-“RHOA” Costars as She Joins “Married to Medicine”: 'These Women Have Jobs' (Exclusive)

The reality star, who's joined season 10 of 'Married to Medicine', became a Bravo favorite on season three of 'The Real Housewives of Atlanta' in 2010

<p>Mindy Small/Getty</p>  Phaedra Parks

Mindy Small/Getty

Phaedra Parks

Phaedra Parks has noticed some key differences between Married to Medicine and her former series, The Real Housewives of Atlanta.

While speaking to PEOPLE at BravoCon 2023, Parks opened up about transitioning to the other Bravo show for its 10th season alongside fellow newcomer Alicia Egolum.

The high-profile attorney, mortician, author and now holistic healer claimed that she and her new costar have brought "a lot of seasoning to the gumbo," adding, "Now it's extra spicy!"

When asked to compare her experiences as a Housewife to her new gig on Married to Medicine, she pointed out the differences between her current and former castmates.

<p>Paras Griffin/Getty Images</p> Phaedra Parks

Paras Griffin/Getty Images

Phaedra Parks

Related: BravoCon 2023 Heads to Las Vegas! Everything to Know About the Ultimate Bravo Fan Convention

"Well, these girls are very intelligent and they have careers and jobs," Parks replied. "I've totally enjoyed the whole cast. They've been really great. Now, some of them are a little crazy. A few of 'em [are] a little messy. But you know, it's been good. I mean, it's a great combination."

The Bravolebrity went on to note how the women "really support one another" and how she has felt a great sense of "camaraderie."

"That's what I really love about it. They're not like cutthroat like the Housewives, baby. They're cutthroat. They go for blood," she added, though some MDs on the show perform surgery. "They [are] cutting other things — they cutting out the bad parts, but they're not trying to kill you."

<p>Santiago Felipe/Getty</p> Phaedra Parks

Santiago Felipe/Getty

Phaedra Parks

Related: Kandi Burruss Talks Rumored 'RHOA' Exit — and Her Thoughts on a Potential Phaedra Parks Return

Parks' new costars also had a few words to say about her during last Friday's "Bravo2Bravo: Bosom Buddies" panel.

“We’re still getting to know Phaedra,” Dr. Jackie Walters shared before Dr. Simone Whitmore said, “We’re getting to know her slowly but surely.”

“Remember, she’s coming to our world. We’re the doctors. This is Married to Medicine — we’re the medicine,” Walters added.

Prince Williams/Wireimage Phaedra Parks
Prince Williams/Wireimage Phaedra Parks

Related: Phaedra Parks on Whether She'd Return to 'RHOA' and That Explosive Reunion: 'I Can't Regret Anything'

Parks made a name for herself in the Bravo universe in 2010 upon joining The Real Housewives of Atlanta in season 3. But she left the show after season 9, after admitting to spreading inflammatory rumors that Kandi Burruss and her husband Todd Tucker allegedly planned to drug costar Porsha Williams and their mutual friend Shamea Morton to take advantage of them sexually. (Burruss and Tucker have vehemently denied the claims.)

During her six seasons on the show, the reality star let fans into some of the most intimate moments of her life — from the birth of her two sons to the downfall of her marriage to ex-husband Apollo Nida, who is currently serving an eight-year prison sentence after pleading guilty to bank fraud and identity theft in May 2014, the same year they split.

Since then, Parks — who shares sons Ayden, 12, and Dylan, 9, with Nida — has made appearances on several other television series, including Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition and Peacock's Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip Ex-Wives Club.

Never miss a story — sign up for PEOPLE's free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from juicy celebrity news to compelling human interest stories.

Married to Medicine airs Sundays at 8 p.m. on Bravo.

For more People news, make sure to sign up for our newsletter!

Read the original article on People.