Kim Fields is heading to Atlanta.
Kim Fields is joining The Real Housewives of Atlanta for the show’s upcoming eighth season. Fields’ casting in the show was revealed on Monday (28th September) when Bravo released a new trailer for the upcoming series. Fields also confirmed the news via Twitter.
Kim Fields at the Hallmark Channel's Summer 2014 TCA Press Tour Gala in Los Angeles, July 2014.
The reality TV star walked down the aisle with the television producer she met while shooting series 4 of 'Real Housewives' in 2011.
Kandi Burruss, who has one daughter, Riley, 11, from a previous relationship, tied the knot with TV producer Todd Tucker.
The reality TV star married Tucker on Friday April 4th in their home city of Atlanta, Georgia.
Burruss spoke with In Touch on her big day, and described what it feels to be married for the first time.
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'Real Housewives' star Kandi Burruss married Todd Tucker on Friday (4th April) in Atlanta surrounded by their friends and family.
Kandi Burruss wed Todd Tucker in Atlanta on Friday.
On Twitter Burruss described her wedding as "the best night of my life" and told In Touch how she was feeling shortly after she said "I do!" She said "This is one of the best days of my life! I never imagined that I would marry my best friend. Todd's been that to me. And to have just had the wedding of my dreams, it's all been so beautiful. Now it's time to party!"
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Songwriter and reality star Kandi Burress is suing her 'Real Housewives' co-star over a dance track.
Kandi Burress is suing her 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' co-star Kim Zolciak, over a bizarre 2009 dance track 'Tardy For The Party.' Burress and the songwriter Rodney Richard claim they were never paid their due share of the royalties from the track, with Zolciak apparently bagging the profits.
According to the lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in George, 'Tardy for the Party' sold around 102,000 copies and downloads. Burress and Richard want Zolciak to provide a complete list of accounting of all "substantial profits and ill-gotten gains," from the single. Furthermore, the song-writing pair seek an injunction preventing all further sales of the song as well as all the money owed to them, plus damages for copyright infringement, unauthorized use/unjust enrichment and accounting/constructive trust, according to E! Online.