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Kim Zolciak-Biermann Opens up About a Potential Move to Arizona

It seems the Don't Be Tardy mom is becoming more open to the idea of a relocation.

By Abby Feiner
After Show: Is Kim Zolciak-Biermann Moving to Arizona?

She said it once, and she'll say it again: Kim Zolciak-Biermann isn't permanently packing her bags for Arizona. At least, not just yet. 

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While the Don't Be Tardy mom previously shut down the rumors she was moving to Arizona, she seemed a bit more open to the idea on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen: @ Home's May 17 episode. In the video above, Andy asked Kim if there is any truth to the reports that she was planning on relocating because her daughter Ariana is currently enrolled in Arizona State University for the fall.

"I love Arizona a lot, we're there a lot. I found a hairdresser there four years ago, so we're there all the time. I actually love it there," she explained. "I don't want to raise my kids in Los Angeles, even though I'm there a lot, not lately, so [Arizona] would be kind of a place that would work. And I love Vegas. I don't know, I can't imagine being away from any of my children, so if one of them's gonna leave, I'm probably going to follow."

For the moment, it seems the family may have to put the decision of whether to follow Ariana to Arizona on hold due to the the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. "She's enrolled in ASU right now, but we may pull her from that, she might go to Georgia [State University] just to figure out kind of this whole corona — why am I gonna pay 50,000 dollars for her to just do it, you know, on the computer in Arizona? It doesn't make sense." she said. "We're, like, up in the air. I think a lot of people are up in the air."

Watch more of what Kim had to say about moving in the video above!

For the latest, most accurate information on the coronavirus pandemic, go to the World Health Organization (WHO) website.


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