Kenya Moore Outshines Kim Kardashian
If you watch “Real Housewives of Atlanta” then you know that Kenya Moore and her “Stallion Booty” are “gone with the wind fabulous.” From allegations on the show involving her alleged fake relationship, Stallion Booty workout video, countless beefs, fabulous pop song and hilarious catch phrases, Kenya Moore aka Miss USA has been a hit on Sunday night reality television recently. Kim Kardashian’s show on the other hand, not so much. “Kim & Kourtney Take Over Miami,” debuted to disappointing ratings in the battle against Kenya Moore and the entire cast of RHOA. Kim’s show posted a 2.2 overall ratings share against Kenya’s show which delivered an impressive 3.25 ratings share last week.
Ms. Kardashian’s reality show debut numbers are still considered to be pretty awesome but pale in comparison to the attention the housewives of Atlanta are receiving. This season, the Real Housewives of Atlanta faced some major changes by adding five new cast members and having to film a lot of Nene Leake’s appearances in her new home, California. Todd, Porsha, Kenya Moore, Kordell Stuart, and Walter all seem to fit in seamlessly juicy drama-filled storylines.
All of the show’s changes haven’t stalled its fans a single minute. Surprisingly, one of the show’s craziest, entertaining cast members left in the middle of the season! We will all miss Kim and her assistant, Sweetie. I never thought the day would come that RHOA would air without the wig-toting country singer and Nene living in Hollywood. Kenya Moore has undoubtedly stepped in and stole the show with her brief run-in with Cynthia Bailey, unresolved issues with Porsha and the ongoing booty battle with Phaedra. Kenya Moore is definitely this season’s stand-out star as in her portrayal of Atlanta’s “Booty and the Beast”.
Even Beyoncé is a fan of Real Housewives of Atlanta and Kenya Moore’s crazy antics. When asked how she would describe her halftime performance at this year’s Superbowl game, she replied while borrowing a line from Kenya Moore, “It was gone with the wind fabulous!”