Kim Zolciak's Falcons Game Day Rituals
Exclusive: With Kroy's big playoff game, Kim tells us about how she and her NFL star hubby prepare.
At 3pm EST this Sunday, Kim Zolciak along with millions of Americans will be watching as the Atlanta Falcons take on the San Francisco 49ers, with the winner of the game Super Bowl-bound. And sure, you might be a fan of one of those teams or could be rooting for one, but chances are you're not as invested as Kim is, given that her husband Kroy Biermann is a starting defensive lineman for the red-hot Falcons.
Knowing how big of a game this is, The Dish dropped Kim a line to see if she'll be attending the game (it's a home game for the Birds), and also to find out what game day traditions or superstitions she and Kroy might have. With a very enthusiastic email, Kim replied:
"Yes I am attending Sundays game front row baby on the 50 yard line! I have a special tradition that I do every game! I email my husband a Looooong supportive email with positive self talk and prayer! If the game is away I don't generally go so our tradition is to order Jets pizza at half time! Also we can't look at our phones during any game because we don't want anyone's negative energy BUT we do tweet and keep people updated. Also before each game starts my kids and I pray and ask for protection over Kroy and all his teammates. I pray throughout the entire game! As for Kroy he wears the same cross necklace pre game and has for 3 years, he also has a routine he does before every game, he wakes up in the hotel has pre game meal, showers, gets dressed and heads to the stadium, on the way to the stadium he cranks his music REALLY loud which motivates him! Once he is in the stadium its top secret what he does...he doesn't even tell me!"
Kim's level of support for her athlete hubby has never been in question -- especially considering her topless photoshoot wearing nothing other than a painted Falcons number 71 jersey on top. Yep, that's right -- and here's the proof (click the photo to see the gallery of the entire process).
Drop a comment below to tell us if you're going to Rise Up for the Falcons, or if you're pulling for the Niners.