Wednesday, September 2, 2015

"Real Housewife" Kim Zolciak goes for chocolate martinis, chili dog at Varga

"Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Kim Zolciak had a few chocolate martinis, a chili dog and some other snacks Thursday afternoon at Varga (10th & Spruce). In the spirit of her hit single "Don't Be Tardy for the Party," Kim took off just before five to get back to her hotel to get dolled up before an appearance at the Aloft Hotel in Mt. Laurel, for a party with My106.1 and DJ Richie Rich whose show she appeared on Thursday morning. Kim sang the dance hit on last night's "Real Housewives of Atlanta" reunion over a backing track that sounded much better than she did live. While Kim may record more with castmate Kandi Burruss, a renown producer/songwriter, to the despair of many fans of the Bravo hit, she will never release "Tightrope" in which viewers delighted watching her horrific attempt to sing last season.

"Real Housewife" Kim Zolciak goes for chocolate martinis, chili dog at Varga

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"Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Kim Zolciak had a few chocolate martinis, a chili dog and some other snacks Thursday afternoon at Varga (10th & Spruce). In the spirit of her hit single "Don't Be Tardy for the Party," Kim took off just before five to get back to her hotel to get dolled up before an appearance at the Aloft Hotel in Mt. Laurel, for a party with My106.1 and DJ Richie Rich whose show she appeared on Thursday morning. Kim sang the dance hit on last night's "Real Housewives of Atlanta" reunion over a backing track that sounded much better than she did live. While Kim may record more with castmate Kandi Burruss, a renown producer/songwriter, to the despair of many fans of the Bravo hit, she will never release "Tightrope" in which viewers delighted watching her horrific attempt to sing last season.

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