Reality TV personality Kim Zolciak got what she wanted: she was kicked off of the popular ABC dance competition Dancing With the Stars on Monday.
The mother-of-six claimed she was hospitalized for 3 days after suffering a "mini-stroke." Mini strokes usually do not require hospitalization.
Zolciak is typical of pseudo-celebrities who want the fame but don't want to put in the hard work to achieve fame and riches.
From The Wrap:
“I had a blood clot, which caused a mini-stroke,” Zolciak-Biermann, 37, revealed in a video clip. “Then I ended up being in the hospital for three days… if I can dance and I get a clean bill of health, I absolutely will. But my health comes first.”
Unfortunately, the reality star wasn’t allowed to fly from Atlanta to L.A. because of the health risks of being in a pressurized cabin, so her partner Tony Dovolani danced with a stand-in.
Sadly, the rules of the competition state that “in the instance of illness or other health-related matters affecting their ability to participate,” contestants must withdraw, Bergeron explained.
“I can dance, but I just can’t fly,” Zolciak-Biermann said, and despite pleas from both Kim and Tony, Bergeron stated that the lawyers wouldn’t allow them to bend the rules so the former Housewife is off the show.