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Guess Who Is the Lowest and Highest Paid on 'Real Housewives of Atlanta'

This may surprise you.

If you're curious to know what your faves on the Real Housewives of Atlanta make, today's your lucky day.

According to the Jasmine Brand, details on the ladies' paychecks have been made public and the highest and lowest paid members of the cast may — or may not — serve as a shocker to you.

According to the report, Kandi Burruss and Porsha Williams are, respectively, the highest and lowest paid members of the RHOA cast.

(Photo from left: Paras Griffin/Getty Images for ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Department, Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)

Photo from left: Paras Griffin/Getty Images for ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Department

(Photo from left: Paras Griffin/Getty Images for ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Department, Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)

Kandi is said to be raking in $1.8 million after being a main fixture on the reality show since season two. In addition to that, she fronts her own businesses — Bedroom Kandi, music, publishing, etc. — and is a mother of two.

Porsha, on the other hand, holds down the bottom of the list, bringing in $700,000 from the show, in addition to her appearances on Celebrity Apprentice, Dish Nation and the Rickey Smiley Morning Show and the success of her Go Naked hair extensions line.

Coming in at second, third and fourth are Kenya Moore, Cynthia Bailey and Sheree Whitfield, who earn $1.4 million, $1.3 million and $800,000, respectively. There is no word yet on how much Phaedra Parks, the remaining main cast member, makes.

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