Kim Zolciak May Make A 'RHOA' Comeback

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After her brief, yet oh-so-triumphant, return to Real Housewives of Atlanta's Season 9 finale, it's being reported that Kim Zolciak may return to RHOA for Season 10. According to TMZ, the wife and mother of six has signed on to appear in a limited role in the series, as she has another Bravo obligation to fulfill — like, Season 6 of her own show Don't Be Tardy. Bustle reached out to Bravo for comment, but did not receive an immediate response.

In the RH franchise, a limited role usually translates into a "friend" or "confidant" to one of the recurring castmates. So, instead of the RHOA O.G. having a separate storyline, we should probably expect her to be piggybacking onto someone else's. And seeing as it doesn't look like Zolciak has kept in touch with anyone but Shereé Whitfield since her grand escape, I assume that the two will be fostering a friendship in front of the cameras next season — if the comeback reports are true, that is.

The news of Zolciak potentially picking up a peach comes at the brink of rumors that her arch-nemesis Nene Leakes will be joining the RHOA ranks again, too. And with that said, it's also being reported by TMZ that the only way the 5'10" goddess will come back is if her check is bigger than ever before. Drama, drama, drama!

I don't know about you, but I'd love to see the two ex-besties in cahoots again. They provided fans with some of the best television moments ever, and catch phrases to match. "I love you, Big Poppaaa" has a whole new meaning thanks to their friendship. And because of them, I don't associate it with anything, or anyone else — including rapper Biggie Smalls.

Listen, if Zolciak could make up with Whitfield after their little hair-raising 2009 incident — or, better yet, wig shaking-debacle — anything is possible with a little Bravo TV magic.

I'm definitely going to keep an ear to the streets for any new developments. But so far, it sounds like RHOA Season 10 could have enough tricks up its sleeve to keep all of us on the edge of our seats.