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Drew Sidora Reflects on Starring in Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker’s Movie

The RHOA cast member also shared her thoughts on filming in Kandi and Todd’s house.

By Allison Crist

Viewers of The Real Housewives of Atlanta have watched Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker's upcoming film, The Pass, come to life over the course of Season 15. Along the way, they've also got to witness Drew Sidora, who's starring in the movie, fully embody her character and show off her acting chops. 

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Now, Drew is looking back on the experience ahead of the movie's release. 

Drew Sidora's Role in The Pass

Drew's Message for Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker

Ahead of RHOA 1515 on August 20, Drew took to Instagram to share a behind-the-scenes photo of her in glam while seemingly taking a break from filming The Pass. The snapshot's caption began, "Thanks to [Todd] and [Kandi] for believing in me as their leading lady!"

"I’m overwhelmed," Drew continued, "but so excited for everyone to see me slay this role."

Kandi Burruss' Thoughts on Drew's Acting Skills

Drew expressed a similar sentiment on X, formerly known as Twitter, and Kandi quoted the post. "Drew did an amazing job y'all!" she wrote before noting that an official announcement for The Pass is "coming soon."

The pair also discussed The Pass — more specifically, some of Drew's steamier scenes — on The Real Housewives of Atlanta After Show, which you can check out in the video up top. 

Split image of Drew Sidora and Kandi Todd Movie

Why Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker Filmed The Pass in Their Own House

Talk of The Pass continued on the RHOA After Show, as Kandi explained her and Todd's reasoning for using their own home as a filming location. "Obviously this was our first movie that we were funding ourselves, so one thing that is very expensive on movies are locations; paying for locations and all that," she said. "So, we wanted to use whatever locations that we could of our own, so that that would cut costs a bit in the budget. Hence, we were at our house."

Some scenes were even set in Kandi and Todd's bedroom, though, which she admitted was "a little weird." 

Drew, who was featured in said scenes, agreed, but was ultimately "committed" to the role. The result? "Perfect," Drew said. "And when we were in the moment, it didn't feel like it."

Hear more from Drew, Kandi, and the rest of the Atlanta ladies by watching the RHOA After Show.

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