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The Real Housewives Of Atlanta Star Kenya Moore Debuts Her New Song, “Gone with the Wind Fabulous”

Submitted by on January 13, 2013 – 3:38 pm3 Comments
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Beware! Your ears are about to encounter some very stormy weather.

Following in the footsteps of Kim Zolciak and her hellish release of “Tardy For The Party,” Kenya Moore is the latest Real Housewives of Atlanta star to throw caution to the wind and attempt a singing career. The former Miss USA (not Miss America…Porcha), has been working on a new song named after her most infamous catchphrase, “Gone With The Wind Fabulous.”

Watch What Happens Live host Andy Cohen debuted the song on his late night Bravo talkshow as guests T-Boz and Fresh Prince of Bel-Air alum Tatyana Ali listened in shock and horror. “You say ‘I’m ghetto,’ I say ‘I’m fabulous’,” the song begins.  “You say, ‘I’m crazy,’ I say, ‘I’m fabulous,’ I’m gone with the wind fabulous, I’m gone with the wind fabulous, I’m gone with the wind fabulous, I’m gone with the wind fabulous. Now twirl, twirl, twirl, twirl, twirl..”

After the clip ended, the woman who put the T in TLC offered up some constructive criticism. “It’s not bad, I can see people gettin’ it at the club,” said T-Boz.

Added Cohen, “I feel that I see an army of drag queens performing this song. An army.”

Listen to Kenya’s debut single below. Does it make you want to twirl or hurl?

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