Kim Zolciak-Biermann Gets Candid About Cosmetic Surgery
“Don’t Be Late” star Kim Zolciak-Biermann explains why they are so open and honest about her cosmetic surgery procedures: “Just because you’re a mother, it does not mean that you can’t be sexy, it does not mean that you are not beautiful.”
Before she joined the cast of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” Kim Zolciak says that she was talking about “The Bachelorette.”
“I was asked to be ‘The Bachelorette,’ you know that? Probably, just like many years ago,” Zolciak, 40, said Tuesday the episode of Heather McDonald’s podcast “Juicy Scoop.”
“I was in conversation with them, o God, probably 14 years ago. It was a long, long time ago, because [my daughter] Ariana was probably a year or two old. I don’t even know how that started because I was still not filming or doing anything … I think a few people I knew, had tried to lines.”
The “Bachelorette” chat took place between her marriages Daniel Toce and current husband Kroy Biermann. At the time, Zolciak was a single mother of two daughters, Brielle and Ariana.
“I always wanted to be famous,” she reminded. “I always had the feeling that it would happen. I don’t know if I was just born this way or what.”
Zolciak, now a mother of six children, also said she would support her oldest daughter Brielle if she wanted “The Bachelorette.”
“It would be so great,” she said. “Brielle actually has a great offer going on and a similar situation is possible, and I just want Brielle to do what makes her happy. I feel like you’re only 21 once. I look in the mirror, I am 40 years old. It’s like, holy s–t, I’m 40. I want her to live her life.”
While “The Bachelorette” prospect not pan out for reasons not specified, Zolciak would soon the fame and the love in Atlanta.
Zolciak took with ex-Atlanta Falcons linebacker Kroy Biermann, now 32, and the couple married in 2011. They share their four children: Kroy Jagger, Kash Kade, and twins Kaia Rose and Kane Ren. Biermann adopted Zolciak’s older daughters Brielle and Ariana in 2013.
This article originally appeared on Page Six.