The Truth About Bravo's Ultimatum To Kenya Moore

Kenya Moore of "Real Housewives of Atlanta" is dancing her way to the top of the heap on "Dancing With The Stars." The reality television star and her partner Brandon Armstrong have had strong showings in the 30th season so far. They delivered a foxtrot to Doja Cat and SZA's "Kiss Me More" (via YouTube) on the first episode and followed it up with a cha-cha to Donna Summer's "Hot Stuff" (via YouTube). Her stage presence was even dubbed "irresistible" by judge Bruno Tonioli, and it's been enough to keep her safely in the competition thus far.

Moore capped off her second week on the popular show with a solid score of 24 for her cha-cha with Armstrong (via ET). She's also gushed about her dancing partner on Instagram. "If anyone embodies what I think Prince Charming would be it's @brandonarmstrong," she sweetly wrote alongside a photo of them. "What a good dancer but what a great person!" The 50-year-old added that she found "a friend for life" in Armstrong. "Our chemistry is so powerful and I can't wait to walk into the studio to see his face everyday."

Her partner replied with an equally sweet message in the comments section. However, while her time on the show seems to be going overwhelmingly well, there's rumors that she's getting some flack for the side gig from another source.

Allegedly Kenya Moore's casting ruffled some feathers with the Real Housewives team

Kenya Moore is committed to seeing her time on "Dancing With The Stars" through. However, an anonymous source told TMZ that her casting caused some problems for her with Bravo, the network that runs "Real Housewives of Atlanta," and production company, True Entertainment. While her involvement was apparently initially approved, Bravo allegedly pressured her to choose one show or the other once she landed the job.

The reality star allegedly held her ground and was able to keep both gigs. However, TMZ claims that "RHOA" won't allow any crossover between the shows. It's speculated that this means fans won't get to see anything from her time on "DWTS" in later seasons of "RHOA." This is a confusing decision, too. Why? "Real Housewives" stars including Erika Jayne and Lisa Vanderpump have tackled the dancing competition show in the past.

Moore revealed that she chatted with Jayne about the show in an interview with ET. Vanderpump's tenure on "DWTS" is particularly interesting in this situation as she pulled double duty between both shows. Thus, fans are scratching their heads and trying to figure out why it would be alright for one star to do both, while it's seemingly a different situation for Moore.

Regardless of the drama, anticipation is high to see how Moore competes against the likes of JoJo Siwa and Cody Rigsby. And expectations are high that she'll put up a serious fight for the win.