Kim Zolciak And “Fashion Queens” Derek J And Miss Lawrence Get New Shows

Staff Writer Apr 2 13 2 Comments


Atlanta reality tv stars are popping right now! Bravo has given former RHOA Kim Zolciak a new spin off show called “Don’t Be Tardy” which will show viewers were her life is now that she has a fourth child and the whole family is living in her old townhouse. Plus, more Atlanta fabulousness will be on the screen with Derek J and Miss Lawrence getting their own show called “Fashion Queens”. More details about these new shows inside.

Kim Zolciak’s new show will bring the drama as we see her parents take her to court for visitation rights to see their grandchildren. WILD! In addition to this we will also get a look at the new baby, Kash Kade, and see how life is with now 2 small babies.

Hairstylists Derek J and Miss Lawrence will be featured on the new show “Fashion Queens” along with fashionista Bevy Smith. We can’t wait to watch this show. We already know their blunt sense of humor will bring freshness to the world of fashion.

Check out the promo for the new show below:

Are you excited about these new shows? Will you be watching?

2 Comments to “Kim Zolciak And “Fashion Queens” Derek J And Miss Lawrence Get New Shows”

  1. NEWME says:

    I dont understand why kim is getting her own show I didnt find her interesting when they did tardy for the wedding… Kim is boring she only make good tv when she got the crew of RHOA so I dont understand why Bravo is investing into her which is a complete failure… BUt on to better news I really enjoy Fashion queen that is the most harilous show every ms. bevy gave lawrences and mr J a run for their money when the first time the show aired. Ms. Bevy I lived you may look foolish but honey you show can read and can respond back so quickly..

  2. REE says:

    Kim show will be the biggest flop on Bravo. you throw trash away not air on t.v

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