Picture Perfect / Rex USA 1 / 4
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The ladies of "Real Housewives of Atlanta" got together for the first of a three-part reunion special airing on Bravo. Host Andy Cohen wasted no time in asking Kenya Moore if those pesky pregnancy rumors are true.

The twirling show star played coy and artfully dodged the question with a non-answer. "I can't really tell you anything right now," Kenya said with a smile.

Andy pushed on, assuring her, "you can tell me anything."

Kenya, 45, wasn't having it. "Not right now," she said. "No.'

Phaedra Parks, also part of the "RHOA" cast, began fueling the Kenya pregnancy rumors when she did an interview with Dish Nation in early February, and again when she spoke to Andy on "Watch What Happens Live."

"Well that's what I heard," Phaedra said of Kenya's possible baby on the way. "I have no proof. But that's what I heard from a somewhat reliable source." This just might be one of those "wait and see" situations. Moving on.

Beyond Kenya's uterus, the "ROHA" reunion was full of bickering and blaming, per usual. Andy mediated a rehashing of the battles between Phaedra and Kenya, Phaedra and Kandi and Kenya and Kim.

The reunion felt beyond childish at one point. And by one point, we mean the entire time. Phaedra admitted to calling Kenya "oatmeal pie face." When Moore told her that isn't funny, Phaedra explained, "You're a pretty girl, but you've got bad skin." Seriously?

In care you're wondering, Kenya didn't take the high road after that. She responded, "You're not one to talk because on your best day and my worst, you wouldn't even be my third runner-up."

Kenya has been very vocal about her desire to have a baby. She told Entertainment Tonight back in Feb., "You know, you have to be on a schedule, and you have to be tested at a very specific time. And it just never worked out while I was filming, and so I just decided to do it while I'm not [filming], and we'll see. Kandi [Burruss] did it while she wasn't filming, and I figured this is the best way for me to do it."

Well, there's nothing like a baby to make a person feel calmer and more grown up. Here's to wishing her all of the best.