"Real Housewives of Atlanta" star NeNe Leakes has reportedly hurt guest star Marlo Hampton, who does not understand why the business mogul does not want to be friends anymore. It appears that Leakes has moved on from her friendship with her long-time friend and bridesmaid, but Hampton finds it hard to take things in stride.
"I feel like I’ve been used; I really do. I was angry, but I’m hurt about it, too," Marlo confessed in a new interview with Sister 2 Sister. Hampton explained that it may have been the real cause of their explosive fight on the recent episode of "RHOA."
Hampton was defensive of her actions on her blog, saying she really wanted to initiate a truce. "I have said many times I looked up to her like a big sister and valued our relationship," Hampton wrote. "I wanted to break the ice, kiss and make up. However, when the water was thrown at me, along with the nasty attitude, I wasn’t having it!"
The trouble between Leakes and Hampton's friendship may have started during the New York Fashion Week when Kenya Moore attended the BCBG fashion show because Leakes was out of town. Leakes was having problems with Moore at the time and after the event a nasty Twitter war started. Leakes tweeted on Feb 24:
I will never have anything 2 do wit Manlow or Krayonce again n life! NEVER
— NeNe Leakes (@NeNeLeakes) February 24, 2014
Leakes is one of the celebrities picked for the upcoming season of "Dancing With the Stars." Leakes will be paired with Tony Dovolani on "Dancing With the Stars" and joined by Olympic ice dancing gold medalists Meryl Davis and Charlie White, actor Billy Dee Williams, swimmer Diana Nyad and game show host Drew Carey. White and Davis will not be on a team together on the show.
Other celebrity contestants include "Full House" actress Candace Cameron Bure, professional hockey player Sean Avery, James Maslow of the music group and TV show Big Time Rush, "The West Wing" and "The Wonder Years" actress Danica McKellar, pop star Cody Simpson and Paralympic athlete Amy Purdy. The new "Dancing With the Stars" show will be hosted by Erin Andrews, who replaced Brooke Burke-Charvet who got fired in January. The judges are Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli.