RHOM Star Joanna Krupa: The RHOA Women Would “Stomp All Over Me”
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RHOM Star Joanna Krupa: The RHOA Women Would “Stomp All Over Me”

Real Housewives of Miami star Joanna Krupa has been pretty vocal about her willingness to ditch her Floridian co-stars for the glitz and glam of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. But don’t even think about asking the gorgeous gal if she would want to take on the ladies from The Real Housewives of Atlanta, because that’s definitely not going to happen.

TMZ caught up with Joanna in Los Angeles and asked her about RHoM’s future. “It’s hard for me to say, but no matter what happens, it saved our marriage,” Joanna tells the cameraman, pointing to a smiling Romain Zago standing behind her. “We had a wonderful wedding, so that’s the most important thing.”

And if given a chance to choose between RHoBH or The Real Housewives of Orange County, Joanna says it’s got to be RHoBH. “We’re really focusing on opening up a place here in L.A. — I’m focusing on myself now more than anything,” Joanna said, also bringing up the fact that commuting to Orange County would be too much of a drive.

Plus, the cameraman adds, Joanna is already tight with Kyle Richards and Joyce Giraud — though Joanna quickly points out that there is one person she isn’t fond of in 90210.

“One thing I would love is to get a 1-on-1 with Brandi, because that bitch deserves to get a little — she needs to be put back to reality and I think I’m the only one that can take her on.

But then the paparazzi asks her why she would prefer to go to RHoBH or RHoC when there’s always the option to head over to The Real Housewives of Atlanta.

“Oh hell no, those girls would stomp all over me,” Joanna replies sassily. “NeNe, if I piss her off, she’ll stomp all over me. So I’ll stay away from that city.”

What do you think about Joanna wanting to be a part of RHoBH and being afraid of the gals from RHoA? Hit the comments and sound off!

Source: TMZ

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