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Natalie Nunn Dishes On Butting Heads With ‘Mother/Daughter Experiment: Celebrity Edition’ Co-Star Kim Richards!

Last week's episode of Lifetime's Mother/Daughter Experiment: Celebrity Edition, we saw Kim Richards go head to head in a yelling match with Bad Girls Club alum Natalie Nunn. It all started when Nunn was having a confrontation with Kimberly, Kim's younger daughter. Soon after that the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills mom defended her daughter against Nunn (see video clip below).

In a recent interview, Natalie is opening up about her experience on the Lifetime reality show and her fights with co-star Kim Richards.

"Me and Kim Richards had our ups and downs a few times. I never really watched The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. I'm more of an Atlanta fan," Natalie Nunn told Oxygen. "I didn't really know Kim Richards was the way she was. I didn't know she had it in her – that she had a little firecracker mouth on her."

"Every time she said something of course – she always had something to say – I thought the Beverly Hills Housewives were a little toned down. She was very judgmental. We just come from different worlds. We would talk about how my mom raised me and Kim always had something to say. I tried nicely to explain that to her in the beginning, like, please don't be judgmental. My family aren't the Hiltons. She would just fire off on me! "

Natalie revealed that regardless of her fights with Kim ,she says she has a lot of respect for her and suggests that Kim should join The Bad Girls Club.

"It was like Natalie vs Kim Richards every episode... it would just go back and forth. But I learned a lot from Kim and how she was raised in Beverly Hills, coming from money, a young actress. I have a lot of respect for her too. At the same time – she just has a mouth! She should have been on the Bad Girls Club! Maybe a Bad Moms Club show! She'd be the star for sure," added Nunn.

The Mother/Daughter Experiment: Celebrity Edition airs Tuesday nights at 10pm/9c on Lifetime.

Photo/Video Credit: Lifetime