But according to Moore, one of the show’s newest housewives, Kim Fields, is not bringing anything to “RHOA” that will give folks something to talk about the next day.
“I have a hard time remembering that Kim is on the show because when I do see her I fall asleep,” Moore said about Fields in a new interview with OK! magazine. “I have to wake myself up and go ‘Oh, I must’ve missed half of what she was doing because I’m bored.’”
Since her arrival for the new season, Fields has been without much drama on “RHOA’ as she spends more time discussing her real life on camera than throwing shade and bringing heavy beef with her co-stars, reports Rolling Out.
To date, Fields and Moore have had only one disagreement and not much else. The disagreement in question centered around Fields questioning whether Moore had been instigating an argument between Sheree Whitfield and fellow “RHOA” newcomer Shamea Morton by sharing gossip.
Despite it being a minor disagreement, Moore didn’t let that stand in the way of her slamming the former “Facts of Life” and “Living Single” star for having multiple breakdowns on camera while missing her family.
“It’s a strange situation. I’ve never seen a woman near 50 cry from being away from her children or away from her husband for actually less than 24 hours,” Moore said.
Field’s struggle to adjust to the reality TV world is something Moore is apparently not concerned with as she admitted to having no advice for the actress, in light of Fields’ drama centering only on her family life.
“I don’t think the drama with the women is the issue. I think it’s her own issue with actually having to be away from her family. I’m not sure if our drama really affects that. I don’t know if she’s ever had a job where she’s had to be away from them and that is a major issue for her. I don’t know really how to advise her on to have a more functional relationship,” Moore told OK!.