By Emily Exton
Updated October 06, 2010 at 09:29 PM EDT

Image Credit: Dario Cantatore/Getty ImagesThe Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kim Zolciak has clearly outdone herself (and Bravo’s other Real Housewives) by releasing her second single. (And you thought “Tardy for the Party” was a fluke!) Zolciak gets meta as she talk-sings through the various ways you can see just how fabulous she is: “YouTube, Bravo, check my tweets/22 million follow me” (maybe that number is aspirational?), and makes a possible hint towards a future Housewives departure: “It ain’t gonna be easy replacing me/Those other other girls they wanna be like me/But they’re just Barbies/All body no brain/Google my name/I’m doing my thing.” You’ve heard the preview and now it’s time for the real thing. (Perez has the entire song linked here.)

Because everyone can use a little Hump Day dance break, and we’re all dying to know: If you were stranded on a desert island (with neither a bottle of Maker’s Mark nor Andy Cohen to entertain you), which Real Housewives song would you choose to listen to on repeat? Translation: Which of these excuses for pop music do you find the least offensive? For me, this is a tricky one. I’m tempted to say LuAnn’s “Money Can’t Buy You Class,” because her message is so strong, but then again, Danielle Staub has a two versions of “Real Close,” (yet only one is sold with a harem of burly male dancers) which could break up the monotony of my isolated existence.

Which Real Housewives song is the worst best? Is it premature to add a future live performance of “Google Me” to our list of Most Outrageous Real Housewives moments?

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