'Real Housewives Of Atlanta': Kim Fields Open To Work With Kenya Moore In The Future?

Kim Fields and Kenya Moore
(Photo : Getty Images/Michael Buckner, Angela Weiss) "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Kim Fields revealed whether she would ever consider working with Kenya Moore in the future.

On last Sunday's episode of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," Kim Fields decided not to star in Kenya Moore's upcoming TV project, but that doesn't mean that she would never consider working with the former beauty queen in the future.

When asked if there's a chance she would ever work with Moore, Fields implied that she's open to any opportunity.

"To say no would limit myself, my industry and honestly, my faith," Fields wrote on Bravotv.com. "Life can be unpredictable, why live it with boundaries or parameters established by negative interaction? Why not be open to whatever comes your way knowing you have the ability to stay strong in your character? We all have negative encounters; finding it within ourselves to forgive, release and move on keeps us open to any opportunity, including the opportunity to have a different encounter with others, when perhaps it's been a train wreck in the past."

In the last episode, Fields told her manager that she actually considered doing the project with Moore, but she ultimately decided not to do it, given her recent troubles with her.

"I looked at it," Fields told her manager via phone. "It's got some potential but I don't think that she and I are going to work well together. We're just like oil and water, so that's off the table."

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After considering Fields' response, her manager tried to change her mind by saying."Certainly people who don't like each other in a social setting find ways to work together." However, Fields has already made up her mind and it seems that nothing could change her decision.

Just like Fields, her husband, Christopher Morgan, also has a cold relationship with Moore. Earlier in the season, Moore accused him of being gay, and obviously he's not cool with it.

Morgan revealed that he and Moore have already talked with each other following the incident. But even though she has apologized, he said that it would take a long time before they could become friends.

"Kenya and I have spoken. ...  She's apologized quite publicly," he told E! News. "Maybe there's some room down the road for us to actually be friends. [But] right now, not at all."

"Real Housewives of Atlanta" next episode, titled "Who's Been Naughty Who's Been Nice," airs on Sunday, March 13, at 8 p.m. on Bravo.

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