The Real Housewives of Atlanta stars are getting ready to film their reunion on Thursday, RadarOnline.com has learned. But even though regular filming is over, sources said NeNe Leakes' diva behavior is still out of control — and she hasn't agreed to show up yet!
"The ladies will be filming on Thursday and this will be cast member Kim Fields' first reunion," an insider told Radar. "Kim is super upset that rumors her husband is gay were discussed on the show. The fallout from that will no doubt spill over into the reunion, which producers are hoping will create tons of drama."
The insider added, "Bravo will make the women shoot all day long, and will air the reunion over a three-to-four week period."
"NeNe hasn't agreed to be a part of it yet since she wasn't a full time cast member, however," the source said. "Fans could be disappointed!"
In the lead-up to the reunion, Sunday night's episode of RHOA included Fields confronting Kenya Moore about allegations her husband, Christopher Morgan is gay.
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"Have you ever heard those rumors before about him," Moore questioned Fields, to which Fields replied, "No."
"I don't think we really care either way if your husband is gay or whether or not you guys are having tax problems or any other kind of problems," Moore, 45, continued, taking a dig at Fields' reported tax issues.
She added, "You portray like everything is perfect. It's not really perfect. We just want the real Kim Fields to show up."
Fields, 46, went on to tell Moore that she was "not going to talk about" her family and she simply wanted Moore to respect her.
"I don't hate you. I'm indifferent to you," Moore replied to Fields' comments.
She added that she wasn't too pressed to work on their issues and wasn't "willing to spend any more effort" on figuring out their problems.