Posted by | Ray Cornelius 

Wednesday night, WE tv hosted a blue carpet premiere for their new series “Cutting It: In the ATL.” Over 400 guests came out to the Woodruff Arts Center to support the highly-anticipated show and to catch a sneak peak of the first episode.  Cast members Maja Sly, Mushiya Tshikuka, Beautii Joseph, Lakenya Morris and Dedra Allen hit the carpet amid a throng of excited fans and photographers. WE tv president and general manager Marc Juris along with “Cutting It” executive producers Kate Farrell, Robyn Schnieders, Jordana Hochman and David Stefanou were also on hand to celebrate the show.


 “Cutting It In the ATL” cast with President and GM of WEtv Marc Juris

Attendees included Claudia Jordan, Cynthia Bailey, Kandi Burruss (Bravo/Real Housewives of Atlanta); Mimi Faust (VH1/Love & Hip Hop Atlanta); Dr. Heavenly and Toya Bush (BRAVO/Married to the Medicine); DJ Fadelf (author Single Man, Married Man); D. Woods (actress, Blackbird); Angela Robinson (OWN/The Haves and the Have Nots); legendary Atlanta recording artist Kilo Ali; actor/athlete Stevie Baggs; Stacii Jae Johnson (radio/tv personality); Zebulon Ellis (BET/Sunday Best) and many more.

Guests enjoyed a cocktail reception followed by the screening and a lively Q&A moderated by Egypt Sherrod.

Check out more photos below:

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 Angela Robinson

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 Claudia Jordan with Mimi Faust/DJ Fadelf

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 Kandi Burrus/Cynthia Bailey

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 Kilo Ali/D. Woods

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 Stevie Baggs/Zebulon Ellis 

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Toya Bush-Harris with Dr. Heavenly/Terrance Terry

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 Branded WEtv Popcorn Bags

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 Attendees waiting before the premiere

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 Lakenya Morris and Maja Sly

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Mushiya Tshikuka and Beautii Joseph

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  Dedra Allen and Beautii Joseph

Cutting It In the ATL premieres Thursday, May 21 at 10 p.m. EST on WEtv