Exclusive: Kim Zolciak Mohegan Sun Reality Check Review
This past Thursday, Don’t Be Tardy star Kim Zolciak appeared with her husband Kroy Biermann at Mohegan Sun Casino in Uncasville, Connecticut.
Zolciak and Biermann took part in the casino’s “Reality Check” series, which provided fans of theirs half an hour to ask questions to the couple and then time to “meet and greet” them after for an autographed photo. The event proved to be a fun and informative one for fans of theirs andZolciak did not hold back.
When asked about the authenticity of Housewives, Zolciak explained that, “I have to be honest with you. When I was on Housewives… what you see is what you get. We’re very passionate people… the cameras, really- if anything, you try to act better when the cameras are there, believe it or not… We don’t do anything for the cameras. What you see is what you get. 100% real.”
Zolciak also addressed negative comments on social media that she receives, revealing that, “I think I try to delete them as soon as possible, because I really worry about my girls… it really doesn’t phase me. I have an amazing husband. I have a dream job. I could give two shits… you want to get on my page? You don’t even know who I am, really.”
In addition to the event, Zolciak hosted a private meet and greet for a few fans that we also were in attendance at. Both her and Biermann gave undivided attention to their fans and could not have been any nicer.
It should be noted that the Don’t Be Tardy cameras were filming the event and the meet and greet for the show.
Also, Mohegan Sun was a beautiful venue for an event like this to take place in. We did end up getting the chance to stay overnight in the casino as well. The room we had was absolutely gorgeous and overlooked the mountains. Additionally, we got to eat in the Michael Jordan Steakhouse which provided us with a phenomenal dinner that we would highly recommend.
If you are in the Uncasville area, we would highly recommend checking out the next Reality Check event that Mohegan Sun hosts. We would also recommend meeting Zolciak and Biermann if the opportunity arises anywhere in the country, as they were awesome.