NeNe agrees that Kim doesn’t mix well with the existing ladies. “I don’t think she’s a good fit for the show. I don’t think she fits with the cast,” she explains. “It’s not a good thing if you don’t fit with the cast.”
Case in point: when asked what she thought about Porsha Williams‘ outfit for the Christmas party, Kim says, “Thought the costumes were fun and cute for the grown and sexy Christmas soirée.” Yeah, “fun” and “cute” isn’t really in line with the judgmental glances Kim was giving Porsha while filming.
Who will Kim be competing against? Well, my eye is on, Full House star Jodie Sweetin, mixed martial artist Paige VanZant, and America’s Next Top Model winner Nyle DiMarco. Not only is Nyle easy on the eyes, but he is also deaf, which presents an interesting challenge for his partner Peta Murgatroyd. Check out the full cast list below and let us know if you plan to watch.
Andy asks Kim if she is competing on the upcoming season of Dancing with the Stars. Neither confirming nor denying, she says, “I’m so excited. There’s so many fantastic opportunities that are coming up this year for me. I’m celebrating my fortieth year in the industry. We got a lot of great things going on, lots of fun stuff happening.” That sounds like “yes but I’m not allowed to say so” to me.
According to Us Weekly, Kim, who is best known for her work on Facts of Life, Living Single, and the critically acclaimed Cynthia Bailey Eyewear ‘mercial, is a sure thing for Season 22… and Kenya Moore twirls herself off a cliff in 3, 2, 1…
We have a new batch of reality star sightings for you this morning! Above: Lala Kent and James Kennedy, (who are currently occupying the top 2 spots on Santa’s Naughty List) were snapped as they made their way around NYC this week to promote Vanderpump Rules. Including an unforgettable appearance on Watch What Happens Live.
In reality, Bindi Irwin and Derek Hough took home the mirror ball trophy last night, but Kim did finally get to perform the I Dream Of Jeannie inspired Samba she was schedule to do the week she withdrew. “It was very emotional,” shared Kim. “I had a stroke when I left. I had heart surgery three weeks ago. So, to be back here doing my dance, it goes way beyond the show and the experience. I am so thankful to be here.” See the weepy video Kim posted on Instagram after her 30 seconds of Samba below.