If you’ve ever wondered how authentic the drama is on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, just log into Twitter. You will see that the word “real” is in the show’s title for a reason and that these women have very strong feelings about each other whether the cameras are rolling or not. I was hoping that Lisa Vanderpump and Eileen Davidson would be able to see each other’s point of view and make up after all the drama that they had this season RHOBH, but that is far from true.
If you follow them both on Twitter, you can see that they are so far from being cool with each other in any way shape or form. In fact, things got pretty nasty between the two of them. And I’m not just talking about some subtweets or talking smack about each other. The two Housewives were talking directly to each other in their tweets. Yes, it really went there. And it looks like there is no turning back after this war of words!
I can’t help feeling intimidated when people who normally don’t curse start throwing around swear words. It just adds more of a severity to their words than it would if someone who is constantly cursing says something inappropriate. Case in point, Kyle Richards on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Most of the time she’s calm, cool, and collected, but she has some of the best moments when it comes to her use of the “f” word.
I feel like Kyle‘s good girl persona really makes me feel the impact of the word “f–k” when I’m watching the show from my couch at home. It is just so off base for her so she really makes a splash. With that said, Kyle has really had some iconic lines that all revolve around the infamous “f” word. She is definitely not the Real Housewife who curses the most, but her words deliver the most punch and there have been plenty of times when she used the “f” word to make great TV moments.
After this week’s first episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, newbie Kathryn Edwards has a lot to say. She knew to expect a stressful day of rehashing the season’s highs and lows (mostly lows) and now she’s sharing her thoughts on things that were said in this first of three installments.
Eileen starts off sharing her true compassion for Yolanda Foster. “I’m deeply sorry for the pain that Yolanda endured during the first part of the reunion. Clearly she did not understand that her illness had become its own storyline to such an extent. I was disgusted and saddened and felt nothing but empathy for her as I watched her try to figure out what to believe. I’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again: That chick is one strong woman. I have nothing but mad respect for her.”