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RHSLC star Jen Shah claps back at fan account after her outfit is compared to Disney villain Yzma

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The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City reunion was filmed on January 6, with no air date.And fans went wild when they got a glimpse of the Housewives' fashion choices for the season 2 reunion on Thursday night - specifically Jen Shah's unique fashion choice.A fan account posted a side by side of Jen in her purple ensemble with The Emperor's New Groove villain Yzma - who rocked a similar look - which the star did not take too kindly too.Jen clapped back at the comparison and clarified that she was inspired by Cardi B, snapping back that she 'wouldn't expect you to know that' to the fan account.

Yikes:Her look: The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City reunion was filmed on January 6, with no air date. And fans went wild when they got a glimpse of the Housewives' fashion choices for the season 2 reunion on Thursday night - specifically Jen Shah's unique fashion choiceThe fan account put the side by side of Jen in her dark purple feathered gown by Jean-Louis Sabaji with Yzma, who wore a similar style number.They captioned it: 'Clearly Yzma from Emperor's New Groove was Jen's reunion fashion inspiration.' Jen wrote in the comments: 'It was actually @iamcardib but I wouldn't expect you to know that.'The fan account snapped back: 'Never heard of her,' adding a cheeky emoji.

Awkward: A fan account posted a side by side of Jen in her purple ensemble with The Emperor's New Groove villain Yzma - who rocked a similar look - which the star did not take too kindly too Her inspo:Jen clapped back at the comparison and clarified that she was inspired by Cardi B, snapping back that she 'wouldn't expect you to know that' to the fan account; Cardi B seen int he dress on November 21, 2021 at the American Music Awards in LA Snapback: Jen.

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