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Ariana Biermann is getting ready to head off to college! Like many of the high school students graduating in the class of 2020, the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic may potentially change the Don’t Be Tardy daughter’s plans. So what will Ariana be doing in the fall? Her mom, Kim Zolciak-Biermann, just explained how the current situation may change things.
On the May 17 episode of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen: @ Home, Kim said, “She graduated this year, she’s going on to Arizona. She’s supposed to go to ASU, I think with maybe the corona and not knowing what’s going on with schooling, she might go to Georgia, here.”
Kim explained that although Ariana is set to take classes at Arizona State University, she does not feel that it is wise for her to go if she cannot access the campus.
“She’s enrolled in ASU right now, we may pull her from that, she may go to Georgia just to figure out kind of, this whole corona,” Kim explained. “Why am I going to pay $50,000 for her to just do it on the computer in Arizona, you know? It doesn’t make sense. We’re up in the air. I think a lot of people are up in the air.”
When Ariana was first accepted to ASU back in October, Kim opened up about it on her Instagram Story. “She is beyond excited. I am, too, a little sad, but so excited for her. That was her dream. God is good honey.”
Previously, Kim had teased that the entire Biermann crew might follow Ariana if she attends an out-of-state school. On WWHL, Andy asked Kim if the family had any concrete plans to move to Arizona, but it seems as though they haven’t reached a solid decision just yet.
“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,” Kim said. “I can’t imagine being away from any of my children, so if one of them is going to leave, I’m probably going to follow.”
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