KIM Zolciak Biermann told Wendy Williams she ‘wouldn’t go back’ to Real Housewives of Atlanta.
She slammed the current cast of the Bravo reality series, calling them ‘redundant.’
When the daytime talk show host asked Kim if she would ever return to RHOA, she responded: “I wouldn’t go back with the cast today, but I think it be really cool to go back to season one and have all the people that were on season one kind of do it again.
“I think that would be really fun to see where everybody is. Like Nene, Sheree and I always had a friendship prior, many many years before the show ever started. So I think that would be kind of fun.
“I think it’s kind of redundant now, same thing same fights, same dinners.”
Kim’s daughter Brielle also doesn’t want to see her mom back on RHOA.
She told Us Weekly: “I don’t know why she would. She has her own TV show and it’s doing great and it’s super fun to film and I don’t know why she would put herself back into that crazy environment.
“I mean maybe if it was less negativity, more positivity [and] a couple of people were replaced. Yeah, she’d probably go back.”
She further explained: “I don’t want her to go back.
“Coming home and being drained every single day because of all the negativity, it’s just not the vibe.”
Kim’s show, Don’t Be Tardy, returns tonight to Bravo.
Season 8 follows the 42-year-old mother of six and her family as they head out on a chaotic, cross-country road trip.
The whole crew of Kim, her husband Kroy Biermann and their kids, Brielle, 23, Ariana, 18, KJ, 9, Kash, 7, and 6-year-old twins Kane and Kaia, crammed into an RV for the five-week voyage.
Wendy has been talking up the recent RHOA casting shakeup.
When Andy asked Wendy about Nene leaving RHOA after 12 years, she said: “I believe that this is not a truth, Nene has quit the show several times, and you’ll have her back.
“Nene likes attention – dramatic attention…”
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