Kenya Moore would rather undergo intense military training than go on another trip with castmates Real Housewives of Atlanta.
talk to entertainment tonightThe reality TV star, 51, opened up about her recent experiences with Fox’s new reality series. Special Forces: The World’s Toughest Test I explained why I’d rather endure physically demanding work than spend time together lore Co-star.
“When I say it’s torture to go on trips with people you wouldn’t be with if you weren’t doing a show with them, or being locked up in a house with them, go somewhere else and find yourself. Are you just a spectator, unable to do anything you want to do?” Moore said E.T.“100% — this answer will shock you — housewife trip [is harder].”
Moore who appeared in lore Since 2012, she’s had plenty of run-ins with her cast mates over the years, including a recent tiff with Sanya Richard Ross, who accused Moore of being “ungrateful” during a group trip to Jamaica last season. I got
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At the group’s final dinner in Jamaica, 37-year-old Richards-Ross told Moore, “I feel like you have something to say, but you just haven’t said it.” Whenever we speak, you are indifferent.I feel like you, Kenya, were ungrateful because I went above and beyond and was a wonderful host.”
“Ego tonight, baby, it’s on fire,” Moore replied. “Would you like to talk about how I felt that you weren’t talking to us about you? My feeling was that it was very disrespectful. I I’m going to talk. You’re going to listen.”
In the end, the two disagreed and agreed to move forward.
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Moore recently joined the cast of Special Forces: The World’s Toughest Test Expect to take on new challenges and prove to herself that she can do anything.
“Honestly, I don’t know what I was thinking,” she said E.T.“I wanted to challenge myself.
“I feel like a better person for it,” she added. I feel focused and focused in everything I do, I can get it done — and I think I lost it along the way — but it’s a good lesson to learn I think, because now I can teach my daughter [Brooklyn], four-year-old, that there really is no such thing as fear. it’s in your mind. “
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The Fox reality series, which premiered Wednesday night, will be known only as “recruits” and identified by an assigned number as they compete in a series of bootcamp-style challenges based on real-life military exercises. I am following a group of celebrities.
The premiere episode saw 16 stars answer the call of duty. However, by the end of the episode, four of them were sent home, mainly for health reasons.
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In addition to Moore, Danny Amendola (former NFL star), Melanie “Mel B” Brown (Spice Girls), Hannah Brown (bachelorette), Tyler Florence (famous chef), Kate Gosselin (John & Kate Plus 8), Dwight Howard (NBA star), Montell Jordan (R&B star), Gus Kenworthy (Olympic skier), Nastya Liukin (Olympic gymnast), Carly Lloyd (former soccer player), Beverly Mitchell (Seventh Heaven), Mike Piazza (former MLB star), Dr. Drew Pinsky (Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew), Anthony Scaramucci (Former Trump White House Communications Director), Jamie Lynn Spears (Zoey 101).
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Special Forces: The World’s Toughest Test It airs Wednesday nights at 8pm ET on Fox.