Kim Zolciak is still devastated about her disqualification from ‘DWTS.’ She’s actually not ready to let go and she wants her gorgeous daughter, Brielle Biermann, to take her spot. Has the show found Kim’s replacement? HollywoodLife.com has all the EXCLUSIVE details!
Now that Kim Zolciak, 37, has been eliminated from Dancing With The Stars, following a mini-stroke, we can’t help but wonder if someone will replace her on the show. And who better than her very own beautiful daughter, Brielle Biermann, 18? The show’s producers are actually “toying with the idea” of asking Brielle to join! HollywoodLife.com has the EXCLUSIVE inside scoop!
“If Kim can’t stay in the picture, then why not replace one Zolciak with another. The producers have been toying with the idea of bringing Brielle onto the show,” an insider tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “It would make Kim and her fans happy and pull in ratings. Plus, Brielle is gorgeous and would be a shoo-in for the show! Imagine if she won?” Brielle had been Kim’s #1 supporter on social media, and even wrote this on her Twitter account on Sept. 29: “@DancingABC let’s just throw a wig on me until Kim can fly…no one will ever know the difference!!”
Kim Zoliak’s DWTS Replacement–Her Daughter Brielle Biermann?
As Hollywoodlife.com previously reported, Kim’s dancing partner Tony Dovolani revealed the real reason Kim was axed from the show. “I think the producers were fighting until the last minute to keep us in the competition,” the dancer told Us Weekly. “I want to continue so bad, it’s not even funny. That’s why I put a tweet out there saying, ‘Bring us back!’ Producers want us back, I want to be back, Kim wants to be back — so the only people they needed to convince was the lawyers.” Brielle later deleted the tweet — perhaps her possible involvement is going to be a big surprise?!
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers, should Kim’s daughter Brielle replace her on Dancing With The Stars? Do YOU think Brielle would make an interesting contestant? Tell us what YOU think!
— Sandra Clark