In a move that might embarrass Pinocchio, Real Housewife Of Atlanta Kim Zolciak is angrily refuting nosejob rumors with pictures of her children's noses.

That won't work, Kim! Just admit it like NeNe Leakes and Whatshername from RHOBH! Big deal, after the boobs and the wigs. The nosejob is small potatoes in the scheme of things!

In fact, the nose is now a can opener! Look at how sharp it is!

But instead of being proud of that versatile can opener, Kim is fuming on social media, only making herself look silly.

Don't sacrifice the dignity that is your hallmark, Kim, just to cover up a perfectly normal Real Housewife endeavor!

What do you think, people? Should Kim stick to her story or admit to the retooled nose? Or should she just go away quietly?

Porsha Williams will not be an official full-time cast member when the Real Housewives of Atlanta's upcoming season airs.

The reality star has been demoted to a "friend of the housewives" after consistently shitty behavior during filming, and producers were sick and tired of her antics.

As Popdust previously reported, Kenya Moore was also back on the show despite her massive fight with Porsha at the reunion special. Producers wanted the pair to talk things out but Porsha apparently almost attacked Kenya for a second time, and was belligerent towards new castmember Claudia Jordan as well.

To make matters worse, she pulled a Ramona Singer and refused to talk about certain aspects of her personal life, leaving her with no storyline and therefore no value to the show.

When will these women learn? You cannot go on a reality show and expect to hold things back! It just doesn't work that way. Sorry Porsha!

Porsha Williams is apologizing to the LGBT community after a video surfaced of her preaching an anti-gay sermon.

The video was apparently filmed three years ago at Georgia's High Praise Christian Center Ministries, and Porsha can be heard preaching about how gay people need to be "saved".

"We Christians are supposed to be telling the hooker on the street, the drug dealer ... the gays, the lesbians – we're supposed to be trying to save them and tell them, 'You are worthy,' " she says in the footage.

But now the Real Housewives Of Atlanta star is saying she is sorry, and the video doesn't represent her true beliefs.

"My heart was heavy and it's imperative for me to address the issue," she told People Magazine. "God loves all of his children. The sermon was shown not in its entirety, therefore the message was omitted. I apologize that those words hurt the LGBT community, my fans and my supporters. Life is a journey and I'm growing every day."