Lisa Vanderpump visited the Jenny McCarthy Show on SiriusXM Stars this week – and Jenny was ready with a sparkly tiara for the queen! Having a bone to pick with Jenny over being labeled overly “produced,” Lisa defended that she lets it all hang out when it comes The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills. But she did admit that her reality TV experience has come to help her over the years; she saves the juiciest bits for the cameras now. After all, seven seasons in the Bravo trenches has taught her a thing or two.
Lisa, who brought hubby Ken Todd – and of course, their adorable pooches – along to the studio, dished on everything from Lisa Rinna’s inability to “Own it! Own it!” to the personal journey of seeking out son Max’s biological parents this past year. But first, Lisa addressed the accusation that she’s somehow got her hand in RHOBH production. “I am probably the only Housewife that Evolution [the production company] says never says ‘Take anything out,'” claimed Lisa. “If I was producing myself, I’d be saying, ‘Oh – can you take this out or take that out?’ I don’t.”
Thus, we’ve officially entered the ridiculous realm of alternative facts, possibly for good with these two.
Though Eileen was mercifully absent from this week’s episode, she has a lot to say about Rinna’slies situation. “I think this bears repeating: Lisa R. clearly did not remember what she’d said to Eden. There’s no reason to lie. Lisa R. knows she was on camera! Why would she put herself through this? The only explanation is that she did not remember. If she did, she would own it. That is who Lisa R. is, and we all know that about her by now. I am feeling for her in this moment. And, frankly, I’m feeling for Kim. I’m sorry she continues to be the topic of conversation.”
“Mother of the year” Lisa Vanderpump is buying Max an apartment to reward him for putting up with the hooligans of SUR. And trust me – that is no small feat! Lisa and Ken spent $630,000 on a WeHo ‘gem’ that they describe as a dump, but I thought it looked pretty amazing and far nicer than any place I’ve ever lived. But alas, we cannot all be so lucky as to be adopted into pillows of Pomeranian fur, bejeweled British accents, and cocooned in rose-scented tea petals. Please note my official plea that Lisa save me from my middle-classdom.
Are they paying Kim Richards to provide a season’s worth of plot lines during this season of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills? Or is she just signing a release form to be taped while she hangs out with her sister, Kyle Richards? Either way, Lisa Rinna and Eden Sassoon have made it clear that they have nothing to bring to this show since pretty much all they have contributed was gossip about “Kyle enabling Kim.”
Unfortunately for Kyle, she doesn’t get the luxury that viewers have – Kyle doesn’t get the opportunity to watch the action that previously happened when she wasn’t present. She has to form her conclusions based on what happens in front of her and what she hears from the other RHOBH ladies. And Kyle was confused trying to piece this whole mess together.
I never thought I would say this, but I am really starting to come around to liking Dorit Kemsley on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. I don’t know if she’s become more likable as we learn more about her or if Eden Sassoon and Lisa Rinna’s antics can make anyone look good. I actually think it’s a combination of both. Even after her own issues with Rinna and her clear allegiance Kyle Richards, Dorit couldn’t help feeling bad for Rinna.
I totally get why Rinna got an icy reception when she showed up for the RHOBHcast’s trip to Mexico and I am so against her right now for “forgetting” that she told Eden that Kim Richards is “close to death”- not that I actually know her, but I am just way too invested in this group of people and I cannot help forming strong opinions. Nevertheless, I do feel bad for anyone who is on the outs or feels ostracized and surprisingly enough so does Dorit!
Kyle Richards shares with her sister exactly what’s being said about her and Kim‘s reaction is pretty much summed up by the photo above. Meanwhile, Eden chats with Dorit Kemsley about the situation and they both seem to think that Rinna herself is in some sort of denial.
For the most part, Kyle is on this show to promote her husband’s real estate agency, build buzz for her scripted sitcom, and to comment on everyone stirring shit up. If you think about it, no one is really coming for Kyle herself. Nevertheless, she does have a lot to say about everything that’s going down in the 90210.