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Matt Jordan, Kenya Moore

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It isn't over until it's over.

Kenya Moore appeared on Watch What Happens Live Sunday night and opened up to Andy Cohen about her relationship with Matt Jordan.

E! News confirmed the Real Housewives of Atlanta star and the fitness trainer called it quits after a dramatic Memorial Day weekend. The couple got into a "huge dispute" while on vacation in Mexico, which led the split. Jordan exclusively told E! News at the time, "Kenya and I agreed to never speak negatively of one another in the media or otherwise. I plan on holding up my end and say that I take full responsibility for the entire situation. There is my side her side and what God loves which is the truth!"

The Bravo star's rep also told E! News, "Like every relationship things happen and conversation become arguments. The only difference between theirs and the average Joe is that they are in the entertainment and media life."

But now it seems the Bravolebrities are trying to mend things. "We're working on our relationship," she said, noting that he's not living with her in Moore Manor. "I've learned a lot throughout the year about myself and definitely we're working on it."

Cohen reminded her about an upcoming episode in which Jordan kicks her garage's window and asked her how many "strikes" she'll give him. "I don't know. I'm learning as I go and I clearly have love for this man and I see that there are issues that we need work out and that he needs to work on," she explained. 

Moore, however, said she doesn't believe he has anger issues.

"I don't think it's anger, I think it's different," she said. "[My family] know that he's a lot younger than me. He's immature at times. He acts out. He's 29."

Moore added, "I feel like that's where he is. I think he's never been in a relationship this intense and he's really in love, but he's also very immature at times and he acts out."

At the time of the split, Jordan blamed himself and his immaturity for the failed relationship.

(E! and NBC are both part of the NBCUniversal family.)