Will you be watching?
RHOA of Atlanta cast members Kandi Burruss and Kim Zolciak will still be gettin’ that gwap even when the Housewives franchise is no more
in 90 years.
After much talk and a few rumors swirling in speculation that spin off shows were in the works, the BRAVO network has finally confirmed via two press releases that both Kandi and Kim will both be getting individual shows:
Kim’s show, which is set to air in April, will be titled “Don’t Be Tardy.”
via Bravo TV
“It’s only been a year since Kim Zolciak’s million-dollar wedding to the Atlanta Falcons defensive end Kroy Biermann, but a lot has changed in the newlyweds’ life. This season as their family grows even bigger with the addition of a fourth child, Kash Kade, they’re working on remodeling their new home while Kroy and his team are enjoying an extremely successful football season with the hopes of making it to the Super Bowl. But as everyone knows, the path to success isn’t without some bumps in the road. The Biermanns are living in tight quarters in Kim’s old townhouse, impatient for the seemingly endless construction to finish; Kim’s daughters, who’ve had their mother all to themselves for most of their lives, now have to share her with their young siblings. To make matters worse, Kim’s parents, who haven’t spoken to their daughter since Kim kicked them out of her wedding, are dragging her to court for visitation with their granddaughters.
Kandi’s show, “The Kandi Factory” will focus on her search for the next big music star.
via Bravo TV
In each stand-alone episode, [Kandi] will put everything on the line by offering two protégés with no industry experience an opportunity of a lifetime – to master the key elements that make a star and a chance to fulfill their dreams.
From rocky recording sessions to stumbling through choreography, the transformations that the contestants undergo are a must-see as the show takes viewers through the gut-wrenching process of their makeovers with Kandi and her team of experts – comprised of producer Don Vito, choreographer Victor Jackson and stylist Kwame Waters. The winner of each episode who creates a lasting impression on Kandi and her team will score the ultimate career break – an original song based on their personal life and written by Kandi herself, plus, a music video produced by her accomplished team.
Hmmmm. Will you be checking for Kandi and Kim as they step out on their own?