Tim McGraw & Faith Hill’s Daughter Gracie, 23, Pole Dances & ‘Twirls’ Like ‘RHOA’s Kenya Moore — Watch

Kenya Moore’s famous ‘Gone with the Wind’ twirls on ‘RHOA’ inspired Gracie McGraw to incorporate them into her pole dancing exercise!

Gracie McGraw is “gone with the wind fabulous,” just like Kenya Moore! Tim McGraw and Faith Hill‘s 23-year-old daughter took inspiration from Kenya’s iconic catchphrase — and the twirls that accompanied it — from The Real Housewives of Atlanta, which Kenya had used as a clapback in a fight with co-star Porsha Williams (who took a jab at her older age). Gracie has been dealing with her own “haters,” so she thought it would be perfect to pay tribute to Kenya’s most famous one-liner in an Instagram post shared on Nov. 30.

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Gracie shared a series of photos of herself spinning around a stripper pole in a long, polka-dotted dress, giving off the same vibes of the billowing maxi dress that Kenya wore while she too spun around and showed off her fabulousness during that iconic scene on RHOA. In Gracie’s caption, she wrote, “*twirls* ‘I’m gone with the wind fabulous!!!’ ‘Twirl on my haters!!!’ -Kenya Moore.” In case you haven’t watched the scene Gracie is quoting, you must — the video is below!

Despite her assertion of being “fabulous,” Gracie poked fun at herself, too. She seemed to accidentally flash the camera in the last photo of the slideshow, and added a big “OOPS!” in yellow text over her underwear that matched the dress. Fans shared their amused reactions in the comments, while also agreeing that Gracie is fabulous!

Gracie has recently taken up the sport of pole dancing in an effort to strengthen and take her “body back,” which the New York University graduate revealed underneath another pole dancing video shared on Nov. 19. “This is for ME!,” Gracie declared underneath the clip, adding that the sexy form of exercise made her feel “POWERFUL AND ABLE.” Gracie also admitted that this was “the best workout” for her “body and mind,” and that she felt “in charge and like a freaking boss.” Gracie had a PSA for the haters, too: “If you judge women for using THEIR own bodies to do what they want, then you suck.” Gracie will take a cue from Kenya and twirl away from such body-shamers!

Sourse: hollywoodlife.com

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