Kenya Moore has been happily teasing about her forthcoming show Life Twirls On for weeks now—but she hasn't revealed any hard details about it. Until now.
Kenya fans will be stoked to hear that the Real Housewives of Atlanta star has finalized her cast for the forthcoming show. And it stars none other than her RHOA castmate Cynthia Bailey. "Meet my amazing cast," she announced on Instagram, along with headshots of all the key players.
In addition to Kenya and Cynthia (the latter of which just may end up having a Jamaican accent on the show), the cast also includes Janey Hubert (who you might know best as Vivian Banks #1 from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air), Leon Robinson, Brandon Deshazer, D. Woods (formerly of girl group Danity Kane), Adryian Rae and Timon Durrett. This week's episode of RHOA showed Kenya working on the series.
For fans wanting to know a little more about the series, Kenya has revealed more about the plot on her official website.
"The Brown sisters are each at different crossroads in their lives as they struggle to navigate their new and often uncomfortable living arrangement while dealing with their daily deep-seated family issues, new relationships and ever-evolving life changes and personal battles," according to the show's official description.
Kenya will play one of the Brown sisters, aptly titled Kenya, while D. Woods will play her sister Robin Brown and Adryian has been cast as Megan Brown. Cynthia, meanwhile, has nabbed the role of CeCe.
The show has given Kenya the chance to explore another side of herself that perhaps RHOA fans only get a taste of when they watch the show.
"I am a producer, I'm an actor, I'm a writer," she said in an interview last November. "I wanted to focus on getting back to who I am and what I do best. The TV show is a half-hour comedy loosely based on my life. It's funny, it shows me in a situation where I have two sisters. We move in together to try and resolve our differences, we're all at different crossroads in our lives. It's very exciting. I'm getting a lot of positive feedback."
[Source: Kenya's Website]