It's a hard life when you're Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Kyle Richards. Doing a reality show for Bravo isn't easy, and being put in the middle of your friends' drama (when you've never wanted to be in the center of it–EVER) makes things difficult.
Thankfully, Kyle has learned to cope with her feelings by talking to any media outlet that will listen. For Kyle, the reunion was especially contentious…one might even call it "torture." Well, Kyle calls it torture, so there's that. Woe is Splits!
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In an interview with TODAY, Kyle speaks about the trials and tribulations of the RHOBH reunion, citing that "it was torture leading up to it, that day," and adding, "The previous seasons I really felt like even though we had our differences, at the end of the day we all came together and supported each other. Whether it was supporting Camille [Grammer] through her divorce with Kelsey or my sister [Kim Richards] going to rehab, or what Taylor [Armstrong] went through with Russell. I really felt like we all came together and supported each other. … At the reunion I felted ganged up on."
Claiming newbie YoFo was the ringleader, Kyle explains, "It felt like it was very strategic on all their parts. Yolanda [Foster] and I have never had an issue all season, and all of a sudden she came at me. … I was probably hurt the most by Lisa because I was the closest with her from the beginning, and I think the things she said were not very nice. … It was very hurtful. … It was really awful, I have to admit." Boo hoo. Poor Kyle!
Speaking about her dear friend Adrienne Maloof (you know, the one she was so nobly defending all season), Kyle admits, "I actually haven't spoken to her. I was with Camille one day at the Beverly Hills Hotel and we bumped into her, but we haven't seen her." You don't say!
Kyle isn't sure who will be added to the RHOBH cast, revealing, "They like to keep us hanging like they do everybody else. They like to leave us hanging and wondering until the very last second!"
Of course, Kyle plays coy when asking for suggestions, saying, "I can't think of any particular person, but I would like someone on there who's a girl's girl, someone intelligent, someone who likes to have fun, and someone who's honest. And then I feel like we can get through anything if I can have someone like that."
Of life outside the Bravo franchise, Kyle shares, "My No. 1 job is being a mom and a wife, so I've got my hands full!"
Oh, Kyle! You're so down-to-earth and misunderstood!
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