Kenya Moore Allegedly Received An Ultimatum From Bravo Over ‘DWTS’ Gig
The reality star has said a spot on the show’s current 30th season is a dream come true, but new reports allege that Bravo previously tried to make her choose between DWTS and The Real Housewives of Atlanta.
Kenya Moore joined RHOA in its fifth season, which premiered in 2012.
Housewives production insiders said that when Kenya Moore was first asked about being on DWTS, she checked in with RHOA production company True Entertainment and didn’t get any opposition on joining the celebrity dancing competition.
But when news spread that she would be on DWTS, Bravo allegedly told her she could only do one show – even though Housewives like Nene Leakes and Kim Zolciak-Biermann have been on DWTS before.