"Real Housewives of Atlanta" reality star Kenya Moore may have survived the three-part reunion show last Sunday but her friendship status with a few co-stars may be completely finished. In an interview with E! News, Moore shared details about the cast dynamic. The group hugs viewers watched last Sunday night weren’t as tight as we all thought. 

The "Life Twirls On" star revealed in an E! News exclusive her thoughts after Nene Leakes’ tearful breakdown during the reunion show, saying, "I know I was hopeful initially and communicated with her after. She seemed to be in a very good place and we had a good exchange and I felt very hopeful, but then weeks later, I see signs of the old Nene." She added she felt things were good while it lasted.

Things aren’t peaches and cream with Phaedra Parks either. Moore admitted she doesn’t have a relationship with Parks and even thinks the latter seems to be stuck in the past, adding: “She refused to admit that Apollo lied to me. She wants to hold onto that."

Moore has luckily remained close with a few of her reality co-stars such as Claudia Jordan and Cynthia Bailey. She’s also gotten tight with Kandi Buruss, who is currently trying to get pregnant with the help of a fertility specialist. Moore shared she’s hoping Buruss gets everything she wants and deserves to be happy. Moore is also tight-lipped about her lovelife, only saying she’s happy right now.

Last Sunday marked the finale of the three-part reunion of the reality show “Real Housewives of Atlanta.” It was a day viewers won’t forget as Leakes left the set sobbing, unable to talk about her mother. Dr. Jeff Gardere explained it was too much for Nene when they began talking about her mom and her past issues with abandonment. According to her website, the reality star still was happy to know she was able to help or inspire anyone who watched the show.

Fans of the show also got to see Bailey and Leakes going head-to-head as they went on to say everything they wanted to say to each other.

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