Watch Porsha Williams, Kenya Moore Brawl on 'Housewives'

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"Real Housewives of Atlanta" viewers got a first-hand look at the brawl between co-stars Porsha Williams and Kenya Moore that has been reported about for weeks.

The confrontation that took place during the March 27 taping, and resulted in a simple battery charge against Williams, finally aired on Bravo Sunday during the long-awaited reunion episode.

Tension had been building from the moment the two women, dressed in evening gowns, took their seats. But it quickly escalated after host Andy Cohen repeated what Moore, 43, had said about Williams, 31.

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"She's saying that you cheated on Kordell," Cohen said.

Williams then responded directly to Moore.

"Listen, you are not going to keep on talking about my character like you know what you're talking about," Williams said angrily. "You're a slut from the '90s and you're sitting up here trying to act like you have class."

Moore, speaking through a megaphone that she brought with her, responded, "You are a dumb ho, shut up."

That's when Williams stood up and charged over to Moore.

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Moore also jumped to her feet. "I'm going to get you fired," she shouted, as Williams tried to grab the megaphone from her. "Get fired."

Williams then grabbed Moore's hair, pulling her down and dragging her across the floor.

"No! No! No! Stop!" Cohen screamed, as he and others on the set pulled the two women apart.

"Porsha, you're done," Moore said as she stood and walked off the set, "She should be fired."

Williams remained on the floor, now surrounded by some of the other housewives.

"I've been through so much!" she cried out.

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"I can't believe I did that!" she screamed, stomping her feet in a low-cut as NeNe Leakes covered her mouth with her hands. "I have embarrassed myself."

As she was carried off the stage, Williams added, "I can't believe that wretched ho made me go there."

Later, Cohen visited the two women in their dressing rooms, telling Williams that she needed to apologize and that getting physical was the wrong way of handling things.

"Absolutely. First of all, I'm embarrassed and I'm disappointed, but I also feel like I was literally pushed to the wall," Williams said.

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