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Tonight Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Lisa Rinna was a guest on Watch What Happens Live along with Dakota Fanning, who was celebrating her 21st birthday.   Andy was a good host and kept things really focused on Dakota’s big day, but he did get in a few questions for Lisa about RHOBH. 

If Lisa could do it all again, would she still involve herself with Kim’s sobriety? “I don’t regret it, no, because I truly had genuine concern and I do have genuine concern.  If you poke a hornet’s nest, you’re gonna get stung. That’s who I am and, no, I don’t regret it. I was only coming from  a good place at all times.” 

Does Lisa have any regrets from the season?  “No. I really don’t.  I own it 100%. Even if I did something that I’m not proud of doing, I own it.” 

What’s been the thing that has surprised Lisa the most since joining the show? “I don’t know what surprised me the most. I think the level of deflection and projection is surprising.”

The first caller congratulates Lisa on her first reunion show.  She says “I survived and didn’t go to prison!”  The caller then asks her to describe the experience in three words.  “I don’t think I can say them because they’d all be cuss words. It was really an intense day.  It was the weirdest roller coaster ride on the planet.  I don’t know how to describe it.  It’s indescribable.”  Andy chimes in and says it was the most emotional one in all five seasons. 

We do have to mention that in one of the games they played, Andy asked Dakota (a superfan of the show) who she’d cut if one RHOBH cast member had to go and she said Brandi Glanville because she’s too aggressive. 

TELL US – DO YOU HOPE LISA RINNA STAYS ON FOR THE NEXT SEASON?

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updated to add:  Andy wanted Dakota to get that “real college” experience, so he had jello shots, a keg of beer and a “hot frat guy” as the bartender last night.  Looks like we missed a good after-show!  He posted this on Instagram, writing “Post-show Clubhouse Keg Stand! This is normal, right??? #WWHL.” 

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