Just last week, the former
Miss Noxema Miss USA hit up The Wendy Williams Show where she discussed her “bad skin” and her beef with fellow RHOA newbie Porsha Stewart.
Miss Clearasil Miss USA recently spoke with TheGrio’s Chris Witherspoon, where she revealed her take on being labeled the “mean girl,” as well as her growing fondness for RHOA veteran/NBC actress Nene Leakes.
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During the interview, Witherspoon asks Moore the question: “You and Nene are both actresses can you see yourself possibly collaborating?”
Moore, who is an accomplished actress and film producer (as well as a
Miss UltraSheen Cosmetics Miss USA title holder), seems to have a very soft spot in her heart for Leakes. She responds with her desire to one day work the the superstar housewife turned “actress”, stating
It’s funny that you would ask that. I wrote a film a while ago and I actually spoke to NeNe about possibly playing a role in that film, so I really so hope to work with her.
I think she’s talented, I think she’s unique. She has a unique personality. I believe we would collaborate really well together.
[Sidebar: Remember when Shaq freestyle dissed Kobe? (CLICK HERE to refresh your memory) Well, the first quote that came to mind when I saw Kenya's eyes light up about Nene was...
"Yo Keyna... tell me how Nene's "A"zz tastes!" *in Shaquille O'Neal's Voice"
Coincidentally many StraightFromTheA.com commenters have expressed concerns that
Miss Cascade Beauty Supply Miss USA is playing herself by feeding into the Nene "mean girl" stereotype.
Loyal reader Vay, eloquently gave
Miss Soul Train Miss USA a few words of wisdom in a recent comment, stating:
You are trying to walk in NeNe’s footsteps when in actuality you should be miles ahead of NeNe …Ms. USA…who owns her own production company! NeNe should be coming to YOU for pointers.
The generation that you are trying to appeal to don’t know you, hell I was a kid when you won your title!!! I remember how proud I was to see a "black barbie doll" win. You are allowing Bravo to pimp you for ratings mean while your fan base has NOT grown.
For the record, I'm in no way discrediting the obvious growth of Moore's "mean girl" predecessor, but Moore was
Miss Greenbriar Car Wash MISS USA for crying out loud!
So now reality show stars are the new "SUPERstars"? I guess we should all strive to make a fool of ourselves on television. It's becoming the America way.
What do you think about
Miss DermaBlend Miss USA Kenya Moore's fascination with Nene Leakes?