“I’m on hiatus,” Lisa laughed. “I’m done. I am not working right now and it’s heaven. HEAVEN. That’s all I have to say.” She wouldn’t even comment on what she’d like to see changed on the show in anticipation of the 8th season.
In a recent interview, Eden intimates that Lisa Vanderpump’s charitable contributions come with strings attached, and that Bravolebrities and fans are constantly vying to be top dog with Andy Cohen. But not her! No, ma’am. She would rather clamor for fame by broadcasting dirt all over creation.
The ‘friend of’ no-one confirmed that she would be hanging up her negative energy crystals to pursue more positive, zen famewhoring pursuits. “I want to BE the one to share with everyone this news. I WILL NOT BE RETURNING TO #RHOBH NEXT SEASON,” Eden shared.
In her final blog of what will likely be her final and only season, Eden departs with some peace love and positive healing by announcing, “Peace out Season 7, you nasty beotch!” Hey – that’s a sentiment that works for me!
But before Eden really, truly says “Buh-Bye,” she reflects on what she’s learned and says part 3 of the reunion finally gave her closure with Kim and Kyle. She explains, “I did feel as though I got to speak more of my truth. I was able to confront certain situations, which I have wanted the chance to confront for a while.”
After seven seasons of watching Kyle Richards on Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills you would think we would know it all but au contraire. The saner half of the Richards sisters opens up about the the cost of reality TV and claims the show has caused her to need psych meds (do not tell Dorit Kemsley) and therapy. Yet Kyle still can’t wrench herself away…
Kyle was driven to the brink and forced to turn to smoothies to soothe her mind. Kidding! Actually, she confesses, “I did go to therapy after season one and the therapist put me on Lexapro because I was having panic attacks after the limo thing with my sister.”
Even though Season 6 of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills was the worst season yet, this one wasn’t much better. I did end up watching every episode – multiple times – and was just as into it as I always am, there are plenty of things I could do without. This season had its highlights, but there are definitely a lot of annoying aspects that I never want to hear about or see ever again.
After what I (and many other fans) deemed to be a shitty sixth season, I feel like this year was a transitional year. They better bring it next year – or else! Who am I kidding?! I am going to watch this show no matter how good it is, but there are a lot of things that I won’t miss from Season 7.