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Kenya Moore Wants To Replace Julie Chen On 'The Talk' After Leaving 'RHOA'

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Sep. 19 2018, Published 1:12 p.m. ET

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Kenya Moore is reportedly wanting to take Julie Chen's position on The Talk now that the Big Brother host has  officially left the show that she's been apart of for 8 years now.

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Kenya, who is currently expecting her first child, jumped at the news to replace Julie once she left the long-running talk show this week.

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“Kenya wants that seat on The Talk and she’s working overtime behind the scenes to get the job,” a source revealed to Radar Online exclusively.

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She wants the spot on The Talk as a way to get back at her former Real Housewives of Atlanta cast after leaving the show earlier this summer.

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“She desperately wants to outshine all those b***hes on RHOA and believes a job on The Talk would gag those girls," the source continued.

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The insider also revealed how she wants to jump right into work after she gives birth to "baby twirl" in November. "She’s had her people talk to production and is eager to give birth right away so she can put her energy into this opportunity.”

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It's also been reported that Kenya is filming a spinoff about being pregnant that could turn into an actual series should the ratings skyrocket.

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Julie left The Talk officially on Tuesday in a videotaped message that was broadcast live during the show's most recent episode. This happened shortly after her husband Les Moonves was pressured to leave his job as CEO of CBS due to a number of sexual misconduct allegations. He eventually stepped down from his position.

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Do you think Kenya would be a good fixture on daytime television? Sound off in the comments. 

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