Harry Hamlin & Lisa Rinna

It’s time for another round of figuring out what Harry Hamlin is up to. Instead of #WhatDidHarryDo this time it’s #WhatDidHarrySay?

At the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills reunion Lisa Rinna revealed that way back when the season started, Harry insisted the everyone support Yolanda Foster‘s health journey, and Lisa Vanderpump reacted by complaining, “There goes our f–king storyline!” Except, that’s actually not what happened – at least according to Harry himself! He claims Lipsa actually put words in his mouth! 

Good lord – Lipsa, Lipsa, Lipsa… close the lips, and lissssssten. Harry also adds that he doesn’t take all the craziness on the show seriously. Too bad his wife does! 

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“Well, what I actually said was ‘We really need to support her.’ I never said ‘whether she’s sick or not,'” Harry explains. “That was I think in the second time Lisa mentioned it, she said it that way. And I said to Lisa, ‘You know I don’t think I said it that way.’ And she goes, ‘Oh right, well…'” So… is Harry giving credence to the Munchausen theory?

“Obviously Yolanda needs support,” Harry continues to E! News. “Whatever she’s going through, it’s taking a toll on her and it’s very challenging for her.”

Harry points out that reunions are especially stressful. So that explains Lipsa’s break from semi-reality? “There are moments when you can kind of breathe a little bit,” Harry says about Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills, “but not with the reunion.” 

“The reunion is like a freight train that just keeps slamming right through, going through barricade after barricade. So, it’s just an onslaught.”

“At the end of the day, this is a TV show,” reminds Harry. “The only difference between this and a nighttime soap is the blood isn’t fake!

Harry also defends his wife’s nemesis LVP. “She’s so funny,” he quipped.

TELL US – ARE YOU SURPRISED THAT HARRY DEFENDED LISA VANDERPUMP AND CLEARED UP LIPSA’S COMMENTS?

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