"Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Kenya Moore shared some workout tips on Anderson Cooper's talk show Feb. 26 ahead of the upcoming release of her exercise DVD.
"[You have to isolate] the muscles, so you can help to firm, lift and round them out," Moore, 42, said while demonstrating a glute exercise.
The former Miss USA is rolling out her "Booty Boot Camp" workout DVD on March 5, just months after her "Real Housewives of Atlanta" co-star Phaedra Parks released her "Donkey Booty" exercise video.
The dueling DVDs have caused a rift between the two reality stars, with Parks accusing the curvy Kenya of having a butt implant.
"If you’re gonna sell a video talking about bottoms, you need to have one that’s homegrown,” Phaedra, 40, told In Touch. “I’ve never been altered by plastic surgery. My butt is really my butt. [Kenya’s] is full of silicone!”
Meanwhile, Kenya insists her butt is 100% real. "My behind is REAL," Moore blogged. "I work hard for this body and it’s built from sweat and dedication to fitness, not a plastic surgeon’s scalpel .... I’m not opposed to plastic surgery. I’m just not a big fan — and I’m glad that I don’t need it.”
Moore had some critiques of her own for Phaedra, who she says needs "10,000 Spanx" to look good. "I don't think you should doing a workout video because your body's not there," Kenya told Parks of her stout build. "Your body looks like sh*t."