Saturday Night Live alumni Will Ferrell and Maya Rudolph have found another show to join: Real Housewives of Atlanta.
The two stars appeared on Watch What Happens Live Sunday and played a game of Clubhouse Playhouse where they had to impersonate real-life cast members Kenya Moore and Sheree Whitfield. Ferrell played Moore while Rudolph took on the role of Whitfield. Of course, their conversation quickly turned into a feud when Moore (Ferrell) told her that her neighbors have been complaining about the construction on her new home.
"I am building Chateau Sheree," Whitfield (Rudolph) explained, in her best RHOA accent. "Anybody who's built a house before well then they can probably come to me, but if they have not then probably keep wrenching."
Moore informed her that it should take about six months to build a house "from the ground up," but Whitfield reminded Moore that she also hasn't moved into her house yet either.
"Let me know when you finish your mold-infested house," Whitfield fired back. "No one should be in my business."
"The only one in your business is the city because it ain't finished yet," Moore snapped.
And so began the feisty threats. "Let's just hope you never have a flood because, bitch, I hope you know how to swim," Whitfield told Moore.
Ferrell's Moore continued to mock Whitfield for her slow-moving construction project, so Rudolph's impersonation poked fun at Moore's house, which she said resides in a "ditch."
"I'll be in the ditch for three months, but you'll still be in a tent outside cuz your bitch ass can't move in yet," Moore said.
Ooh burn! Watch the clip to see how these two resolved their issues. When Rudolph wasn't fighting about her fake house, she answered fans' questions. One fan called an asked her how much money it would take her to make a Bridesmaids 2.
"Well I would like 50 million dollars and I feel like Kristen [Wiig] would probably say the same thing," the Sisters actress joked. "I would do it for free it was so fun. That's the truth."
"There was a real sisterhood," added Ferrell, who didn't appear in the movie
"There was a real Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants," Rudolph quipped.
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