Kenya Moore has often been a subject of controversy among the cast of The Real Housewives of Atlanta and it seems that her villainous image still hasn’t changed on The Celebrity Apprentice. However, the former Miss USA hopes that her stint on the Donald Trump series will prove that she’s more than just a girl who stirs up drama.
“I think that I show people a very different side because what I’ve been getting in terms of feedback from Twitterverse and social media is that they really enjoy watching me on this show,” Moore told EURweb at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour on Friday.
“I came to win,” Moore continued. “I came to win money for my charity. I came to show people a different side of me. And although multiple people tried to derail me from that and make it personal [with] imaginary drama – like Brandi [Glanville] – I decided to take a higher road and I think people really appreciated me for that.”
On The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Moore has never been afraid to make enemies and speak her mind.
“As a whole, there are going to be depictions of us that are negative and depictions of us that are positive, and then you’re going to have a bit of both,” Moore tells EURweb. “I think what makes our show successful overall is that we are showing real live people argue. But they also have resolution in real life and we show that, too.”
Fans can catch Kenya Moore on The Real Housewives of Atlanta every Sunday at 8/7c on Bravo and on The Celebrity Apprentice every Wednesday at 9/8c on NBC.
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