About Kyle “finding out”Lisa Vanderpump tried to throw her under a bus over the Munchausen drama, she shares, “I didn’t just find out anything. This is something that happened months ago. I dealt with it in the moment. When Lisa Rinna brought it up, I said, ‘I’ve already dealt with this and we talked about this and it’s over. I don’t want to be brought into this. If you have an issue with it, that’s your thing. I have moved on. Lisa and I are in a good place and I want to stay there.'”
We’re getting down the end of this season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and it pains me to say it, but I’m not that sad to see it go this time. I’m not giving up hope on the show itself, but this season was hijacked by Yolanda Foster’s “journey” and it’s a ride I didn’t enjoy. She should’ve sat this one out and focused on healing so we could’ve been more focused on the fabulous lives of the wealthy and witty housewives of Beverly Hills. And before you say “if it wasn’t for Yolanda, there would’ve been no storyline!,” realize that they shoot thousands of hours before it reaches the editing room and there would have been PLENTY of fun things to string together to take the season in a different direction. In any event, this is what we have to deal with and let’s see it out til the end and hope that next season finds a new focus (but please do not let it be the return of you-know-who)!
This week Kyle Richards gives her side of things on whatLisa Rinna had to say/accuse in Dubai. Needless to say, Kyle is not in agreement with Rinna.
All season, Rinna’s overly plumped lips have been talking about Munchausen and Yolanda Foster. She’s tired of being the scapegoat. No, she’s not tired, she enraged. And then there’s Lisa Vanderpump, or LVP as she’s been newly dubbed this season (I blame newbie Kathryn Edwards). The all-around fan favorite has been relegated to the group villain thanks to editing and an inability to apologize for whatever her co-stars think is deserving of an apology. Erika Girardi has her own opinions.
About Lisa Rinna andEileen Davidson‘s discussion about the word enraged, Kathryn observes, “Eileen tells Lisa R that Erika didn’t like the word ‘enraged’ and Eileen, rightfully in my opinion, says that she thinks the word was a bit big for the actual feeling with regard to Yolanda [Foster] having lunch with Kim and Brandi. Eileen decides that the word ‘upset’ is more suited to what Lisa R was actually feeling. Clearly, Lisa R is colorful, she talks with highly descriptive words that sound bigger than the actual situation or moment requires, but that is who she is. We all know that.”
Yolanda Foster‘s health journey has taken her to… Bora Bora… with no white robe in sight. Yolanda shared the photo above on Instagram, adding, “Good, Better, Best, never let it rest …. Until your good is better and your better is your Best. #MyHealthJourney“
A few short months ago, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star couldn’t travel “too far from her doctors” to join her co-stars in San Diego. For work. Beverly Hills to San Diego is 135 miles. Today, Yolanda is well enough to travel to Bora Bora. For pleasure. Beverly Hills to Bora Bora is 4,123 miles. A divorce does a body good, I guess.
Look below for more pics (and their eye roll inducing captions) from Bora Bora.
Lisa Rinna is on the defense, and rightly so.The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star has been left holding the bag in the whole Yolanda Foster’s Friends Question Her Lyme Disease debacle. She took to her Bravo blog to straighten the viewers out on a number of things – the Munchausen mess, the Lisa Vanderpump mess and more.
Lisa starts out explaining once again that she didn’t say that Yolanda Foster had Munchausen, but once she dipped her toe into the Lyme controversy, Lisa Vanderpump and Kyle Richards left her holding the bag. The flaming bag of shit. “This whole situation is not black and white, it’s very gray, and yes, there were speculations, questions and concerns among all of us. LVP and Kyle certainly played their part in questioning Yolanda’s illness and the motives for her Instagram posts, and I felt once I said Munchausen they both back-tracked and let me just take all the sh– for it, which I did. And I own that. But that’s all it was, a conversation. Not a diagnosis or a label as none of us is a doctor.”