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Kim Zolciak-Biermann "would definitely" return to the Real Housewives of Atlanta full-time, but what does that mean for another housewife's possible exit?
ET spoke with the 39-year-old reality star in New York City on Wednesday, where she opened up about recently hinting over Twitter that a cast member had "lost their peach."
"I shouldn't even be saying that on Twitter, but I am, because I get so fired up," Zolciak confessed. "You will just have to wait and see for sure, maybe next season of RHOA."
The mother of six also opened up about her husband, Kroy Biermann's, recent career change.
"He retired [from the NFL], and now he is doing this CNN commentating and stuff... I don't think Kroy has officially retired, I just think that it's not worth it at this point to move to another team, to pack up and go to whatever. So we will see," she said. "We have six kids that really need him, and maybe he can do broadcasting and that sort of thing."
As for Zolciak, she said we can expect her on Bravo as long as they keep her paychecks coming.
"There are definitely some highs and lows with Housewives. I think my favorite is being able to do Don't be Tardy at home with the hubby and the kids, [but RHOA is] kind of like girl time. It's just fun to be with the girls, and of course the low moments are combativeness and the words flying and that sort of thing, but it comes with the territory," she explained.
"I mean, this reality stuff is a rollercoaster, some day it will end," she added. "I have been in it for 10 years, so as much money as I can make, I'm game, I'll do it."
Don't Be Tardy's season finale airs Friday on Bravo, and The Real Housewives of Atlanta airs Sundays on Bravo.