Brielle Biermann and mom Kim Zolciak say their success 'justifies the haters' they have on social media
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Brielle Biermann and her mother Kim Zolciak-Biermann have shared their lives on reality television for over a decade, which has helped them establish a mother-daughter relationship in which they share “everything” with one another.
After the brand new eighth season of Bravo's “Don't Be Tardy” and the continued success of KAB Cosmetics, the beauty brand they launched last year with another daughter of Kim, Ariana Biermann, Brielle and Kim, In The Know's Gibson Johns on everything you have to do in your life for the latest episode of We Should Talk.
"It's really fun," said 23-year-old Brielle about her daily work with her mother. "It's super fun because we walk out of an event and don't talk a little about certain things or people. I tell [her] everything but one weird thing that you probably don't want to share with your mom."
“I feel very blessed to have her. It's really fun, ”Kim repeated. “What better job is there? You can work with your family, you can conduct interviews with your family. We are very similar. It makes a lot of fun. We've been on TV together for 13 years. "
Listen to our detailed interview with Brielle Biermann and Kim Zolciak-Biermann here:
Read on for some highlights from the latest installment of We Should Talk, including how the mother-daughter duo deal with all that attention in their appearances, start a joint venture, and more.
On season eight of Don't Be Tardy, Kim, Brielle, and the rest of their family piled up in an RV for a cross-country road trip this season, creating a whirlwind of emotion, unexpected moments, and great reality TV led moments.
“I was like, 'When do I get off this thing?'” Brielle laughed. "We have gone through so many crazy, funny, sad times - every emotion!"
"There are definitely some very unexpected moments. Lots of tears in certain situations, lots of fun, lots of laughter, lots of life in the moment," added Kim. "I tend to think about tomorrow and the next day instead of really thinking about the moment to live, and that was my goal, to really focus on being in the moment. "
About celebs slipping into Brielle's DMs: Although she spent her family's road trip last summer looking for a new man, the influencer told us that she is "clearly still single from this situation" and now from several unnamed famous suitors being contacted.
“I have a lot of celebrities or high profile people who slip into the DMs. I'm around a lot so I meet them and then they come in and try to have a conversation with me and then they throw in a picture that I might not be too interested in, ”Brielle laughed. "There are a lot of things in DMs that I don't care about."
About people obsessed with their looks and dealing with internet trolls: Media coverage of Kim and Brielle in recent years has focused heavily on their looks and whether or not they got their job done. Both "Don't Be Tardy" stars told In The Know that they were over it.
"What I would say is that it's been five or six years of the same consistent bullsh-t that you raised. I'm bored. Can we talk about something else?" Brielle said. "Find something else to get you over." making fun of me. I've answered the same answers, I've heard the same comments. I see. I don't care! "
Meanwhile, Kim has found a way to turn the constant criticism into a lesson to be present in public.
“I want women to know that you can still be a mom and be beautiful and do your hair, do your makeup, and get dressed. Just because you're a mom doesn't mean you have to let it go. I want women to understand that, ”the alum told Real Housewives of Atlanta. "All of these things that I'm so passionate about are because I have six kids and I still want to feel beautiful, and I think people really hate that. The comments people say - and I tell my girls that all the time - they directly reflect and have nothing to do with me or anyone. It has everything to do with them. "
On their joint beauty brand KAB Cosmetics: Kim, Brielle and Ariana launched KAB Cosmetics in 2019. Not only was this a success for the fans, it was also a way for Kim to keep her daughters close.
“My thought at KAB Cosmetics was that my girls should stay forever. What can I do to keep my girls here and at home and work with me? “She told ITK. “We love cosmetics. Obviously, I'm 42, Brielle is 23, Ariana is 18. We're all that age. Brielle tries to keep me young. "
"I hated the taste of lipstick and the way it felt waxy. That's why all of our vanilla cupcake lipsticks are scented and really moisturizing," she added. “We wanted to use really good products. Our lip kits sold out when pre-ordered and it was like, "Oh my god." We were so overwhelmed. We refilled our lip oils three times. It was very emotional. "
"It justifies the haters a bit more, too," Brielle said with a smile.
On Tuesdays at 10pm, switch to Bravo to Don't Tardy. EST, and check out our full interview with Brielle and Kim:
Brielle Biermann and mother Kim Zolciak talk about internet trolls, the Kardashians and KAB Cosmetics
Eight seasons after "Don't Be Tardy", Brielle Biermann and mother Kim Zolciak show no signs of slowing down. Gibson Johns interviews the mother-daughter duo about their 12 years at Bravo, dealing with negative Instagram comments, going into business with KAB Cosmetics, the internet obsession with what work they did or not, why Kim "pissed" "was with Andy Cohen before BravoCon and much more.
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