Ah, Los Angeles. Home of movie studios, fancy cars, and an airport that doubles as a celebrity hotspot. Flying is glamorous once again, ladies and gentlemen!
While you schlepped your bags to the gate at LAX, only to wait for a middle seat in coach right by the bathroom, Kim Zolciak and her husband, Kroy had a fine chat with the paparazzi.
Dressed in tight black paneled pants, a white tee, oversized aviators and sporting a small Chanel bag, Zolciak let the paps follow her into the Delta terminal, according to Star Magazine.
The paps, eager to take a mile as soon as you give them an inch, tried to get Zolciak to spill on her recent dinner with Khloe Kardashian.
Two days ago, Zolciak shared an Instagram of dinner with the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star at Morton's in Beverly Hills.
Kardashian and the Biermanns were joined by Kardashian's best friends, twins Malika Khadijah Haqq.
"I guess I should just move here," Zolciak captioned the photo.
At LAX, one of the paps asked Zolciak how she and Kardashian decide who pays for the meal.
Biermann joked that whoever pulls their wallet out first pays before it was revealed that he picked up the tab ("he's a gentleman," Zolciak added).
The Don't Be Tardy stars then cut a bunch of people by hopping in line for security, but continued talking.
The pap commented that Zolciak is spending a lot of time in LA, and she said it was because of her skincare line Kashmere, which launched back in May.
Does Zolciak plan on relocating?
"I don't know, I feel like I should," Zolciak said. The pap pressed on and asked if her moving would affect The Real Housewives of Atlanta.
"My show can film anywhere," Zolciak responded.
A few months ago, Zolciak teased that she very well could return for season nine of Atlanta, but since Don't Be Tardy is going into its fifth season, Zolciak doesn't have much time to spare otherwise.
The pap would not let it go, asking if she'd join The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
Annoyed that the guy kept asking about Housewives when she has her own damn show, Zolciak made herself clear.
"I have my own show. Why would I [go on another show]," Zolciak said, wanting so badly to say, "Dude, do your homework."