It's a good thing Kenya Moore has an awesome stove at Moore Manor because The Real Housewives of Atlanta entrepreneur will no longer be competing on Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition, which premiered on Food Network this week. Before she was eliminated, Kenya had been competing against the likes of Barbara Eden, Michael "The Situation" Sorrentino, Mindy Cohn, and Nicole Sullivan for a grand prize of $50,000 to donate to their charity of choice. The show is hosted by Rachael Ray and Anne Burrell, and it seems one of those ladies left a bad taste in Kenya's mouth before her exit.
"Sorry #teamtwirl I didn't last long on @foodnetwork #worstcooksinamerica clearly I wasn't in the bottom but haters gonna hate, right? LOL But the best part is I got to meet @rachaelray and she was as lovely as she is on TV," Kenya wrote, before throwing some shade, "Unlike Anne pictured above with me."
While Kenya didn't seem to click with Anne, she did enjoy competing alongside the other celebs. "Yeah, you know, there’s some really cool people here. Everybody just is here to have fun and learn. Nobody has any big huge egos; nobody was being difficult or standoffish. Everybody was just super sweet," she told Food Network following her elimination. "I like Matt [Dallas] a lot. Matt is just the sweetest guy. He just seems like cookie dough, like, he’s just so sweet and gooey, and I don’t know, I just like him a lot. … I like underdogs as well. I like Loni because I think Loni is kind of an underdog, but I always root for an underdog too. I would have to say Matt and Loni [Love]."
Check out some throwback photos of Kenya, below.
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