Kim Zolciak is making a reality TV comeback, but don’t expect to see her on “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” or “Don’t Be Tardy.”
The former Bravolebrity has signed on to star in the VH1 series “The Surreal Life,” sources told TMZ Wednesday.
Zolciak reportedly flew to Colombia over the weekend to film the celebrity surveillance show’s eighth season, which begins production this month.
The network has not released the official cast yet, but the report said it also includes Macy Gray, Chet Hanks, Johnny Weir, Ally Brooke, O.T. Genasis and Josie Canseco.
VH1 didn’t immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.
“The Surreal Life,” which captures what happens when a group of celebrities live together in a home and participate in various activities together, returned to the small screen in October 2022 after a 16-year hiatus.
Stars who previously appeared on the show include Dave Coulier, Tamar Braxton, Stormy Daniels, Dennis Rodman, Janice Dickinson, Flavor Flav, Tammy Faye Messner and Jose Canseco, the father of incoming contestant Josie.
Zolciak, 45, has not publicly confirmed her reported return to reality TV, but she teased that she was somewhere other than her Atlanta home when she posted an Instagram Story video of herself dancing in an upscale modern bathroom Tuesday.
“If you guys only knew,” she said in the clip.
A second video showed someone who appeared to be Weir, 39, interrupting her selfie session, as Zolciak said, “Oh, hello, love,” to which the unidentified man eagerly replied, “Hello!”
The “Tardy for the Party” singer likely will have plenty of stories to share with her new co-stars since she is going through a tumultuous divorce with her estranged husband, Kroy Biermann.
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Zolciak and the former football player, 38, filed for divorce in May and hurled several allegations at each other for months before they decided to call off their divorce in July.
However, their brief reconciliation didn’t last long, as Biermann requested to dissolve their marriage once again just a month later.
TMZ reported at the time that the reality stars allegedly had a blowout fight over finances prior to the athlete’s second filing.
“They’ve gotten ridiculously petty over who hasn’t paid bills,” a source told the outlet. “They’re counting down to pennies.”