Kenya Moore Talks “Real Housweives of Atlanta’ Drama On Wendy Show

Former Miss USA, Kenya Moore, visited the set of the Wendy Show Thursday morning to dish on all things ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ style. In true Wendy Williams‘ shady fashion, the talk show maven recently joked about Kenya’s skin but then invites her to the show for a one on one interview. Upon Kenya’s arrival Wendy then says, “You look good.” Then proceeds to ask, “Are you mad at me?” Hilarious!

Kenya says the drama surrounding her attempt to steal Phaedra Park‘s husband Apollo is overrated. She also talks a bit about her beef with the other women on the show and her Miss USA title and accomplishments.

On her accomplishments and criticism she’s since face she also says, “Some people work for a living and some people twerk for a living.” Yeah, whatever that means.

Watch Wendy’s interview with Kenya below.


Former Miss USA Kenya Moore Is Crazy! A Disappointment?

The newest addition to ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta’ reality franchise Miss Kenya Moore is crazy! And we mean, crazy for coco puffs, a looney bin, loo-loo loco! The former Miss USA (I thought it was Miss Universe until I was properly informed but excuse me for trying to give her an upgrade).

But here’s what I’m getting at. Were you all as shocked as I was when you watched the premiere episode of ‘RHOA’ season 5? I mean wow at Miss Kenya!!!

I remember Kenya all too well. Why? Because the year she won Miss USA, 1993, she made news as the second black women in history to claim the title, behind Carole Anne-Marie Gistin 1990. (Although we previously reported actress Vanessa Williams was the first African American woman to win she actually was the first to win Miss America (two different pageants).

The night she won I had been watching and I remember it being a moving and emotional experience to watch a black woman win. It was major news in the black community. Following her win, Moore dabbled in acting and continued to model and even started her own production company but, I think we can all agree, her Miss USA win was the highlight of her career.