Poor Kyle Richards can never do anything right. She always tries to look like the nice girl, the fun girl, the one who is friends with everyone but then she goes and screams in someone's face or blames them for something or does something petty like shooting lasers at their nipples or comes across as obviously fake or outs her sister as an alcoholic on national TV or joins ranks with Adrienne Maloof to throw her former bestie and fan favorite under the bus or is friends with Faye Resnick.
However Kyle's worst offense by far is that she almost always ruins parties. Like all the time. Parties she has, parties she goes to, parties that even get a whiff of her White Diamonds perfume and caftans. Yes, Kyle Richards is a serial party-mucker-upper. Which she never admits to.
And earlier this week on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Kyle had another party that just turned to poop. And it wasn't because of the food. Nope it was because of Faye Resnick sticking her very depleted nose into everyone else's business.
Lisa Vanderpump was well aware that Faye had gotten the skinny from Kyle about what happened with Adrienne and Brandi Glanville so when Faye started blaming Brandi for every bad thing like ever – I mean even that time her credit card got declined at the Neiman's White Sale – Lisa commented that Faye is Kyle's mouthpiece. And it would appear that is entirely the case. Too bad the damage control didn't work.
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In her latest blog, Kyle completely denies having anything to do with Faye's argument with Brandi. Let's hear what she has to say, shall we?
"In my opinion, even if Brandi and Adrienne had had their issues, that wasn't the way for Brandi to retaliate. If I have an argument with someone, I will discuss the argument — not secrets I know about that person," Kyle begins reacting to the fight at the Buy A House from Mauricio party.
"I asked Brandi what had happened between her and Adrienne because after Ojai we were all confused. As much as we can think 'it's nobody else's business' we all know that in this group, that doesn't exist. We had all been dragged into what was going on. We all spend time together off-camera as well and that obviously was a topic of conversation."
"I really wanted to have a nice dinner party with my girlfriends," Kyle explains. "Faye has had an issue with Brandi ever since her comment about Kim [Richards] and crystal meth. Faye has known my family for many years and felt that comment was reckless."
"I have spent more time with Brandi to get to know each other and we both have been able to move past that horrible night. Faye has not. It has been a bit of a sore subject between us. I love Faye and she is a very loyal person."
In addition, Kyle thinks Faye and Brandi will become besties someday. "Both Faye and Brandi have strong personalities (as we all do in this group!) and that can create problems. I think both have preconceived ideas about one another. I think that if they had met under different circumstances, they would probably be good friends." Right, OK then.
She continues, "Lisa said that maybe Faye was speaking on my behalf 'once again'. Well, first off, I have never needed a mouthpiece. I have always been one to be honest. I told Brandi how I felt about what she said right away. I have NEVER needed anyone to speak on my behalf."
"Plus, Faye certainly has a mind of her own and would never be anyone's mouthpiece. ANY speaking up Faye did that night was purely as a friend being defensive. As any good friend would."
And I can agree with Kyle on this one point: "It's extremely frustrating not being able to address what was said, for both the viewer and us 'Wives. I think people would understand why we were all so surprised, saddened, and defensive about what was said."
Of course, Faye is milking this resurgence in interest about her for all it's worth and the lucky minx has been gifted with her own Bravo blog. Christmas came early, didn't it?
"A few days before the dinner party, Kyle told me what had transpired with regard to Brandi's unprovoked attack of Adrienne and Paul at Mauricio's event," Faye asserts. "I called to check on Adrienne and heard the hurt in her voice as she cried on the phone."
As for why she relentlessly confronted Brandi at Kyle's party, Faye feels she was just being helpful. "I thought it was important for Brandi to understand the severity of what she had said and offer her a solution on how to try to make amends. I don't know Brandi, but I expected that like any other normal human being, she would recognize that she had stepped over the line and would want to apologize at the very least. . ."
"By raising the issue at the dinner party I was hoping Brandi would shed some light as to what would drive her to reveal something so intensely personal and private. Brandi's response was confusing. She first said she was sorry for what she said but didn't want to apologize — yet."
"Instead of apologizing to Adrienne she continued to attack her," Faye adds. "These statements are made with no purpose other than to be hurtful and cruel. And while afterwards she claims to be 'sorry' for what she said, the harm has already been done, so saying, 'Things just come out my mouth' or 'I'm sorry' time and time again this behavior becomes disingenuous."
One person who definitely doesn't think Faye had a reason to involve herself is rookie Housewife Yolanda Foster.
"Brandi should have never said what she said because, even if it is the truth, it's a family matter that should have been respected. We have all agreed that Brandi should pause before speaking — she even admits that herself," Yolanda shares in her blog. "You will see in the upcoming episodes that she does try and make numerous attempts to apologize."
And Yolanda definitely thinks friends – even former ones – don't sue friends! "Adrienne threatening Brandi with a lawsuit is so ridiculous and such an act of intimidation. Could she be so insecure that she can't solve a disagreement with a girlfriend? Who calls a lawyer to fix personal problems like that?"
"Kyle seems to be very close to Adrienne so I am surprised she did not call her girlfriend immediately after lunch when the remark was made at the restaurant. Reporting this conversation at Mauricio's event could and should have been avoided."
As for Faye's attempt to insert herself into the situation, Yolanda does not find it appropriate. "Now, who is this Faye, and more importantly, why is she not minding her own business?" Yolanda (and everyone else) wonders.
"I am not certain why she wanted to put herself into the line of fire with Brandi and Adrienne. This matter is so not her business. I can't imagine inviting my best friend to a Housewives' dinner and having her insult my other guests."
"It is so obvious that she has only heard Kyle's side of the story without taking into account that there are always three sides to every story. . .in this case Brandi's, Adrienne's, and the truth. Marisa [Zanuck] on the other hand, seemed very nice. She made a polite attempt to speak after hearing the dinner conversation, and Faye rudely interrupted her."
"Anyway, I think there are lessons we can all learn from tonight's episode. Try and solve problems as quickly as possible. Trash talk is poison, and, sorry Kyle, but we are not all pitbulls."
Well said Yolanda!
And just for shock value, Google "Faye Resnick Before Plastic Surgery." My how things have um… changed.
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