Lisa Rinna Says Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills Aren’t Ganging Up On Denise Richards; Promises “Everybody Goes Through It This Season”

We are all looking forward to Season 2 of Denise Richards on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. I mean, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 10. According to the recently-released trailer, Denise “has a secret.” We are all assuming this secret is the alleged sexual affair between Denise and Brandi Glanville.

We have also heard Denise is on the outs with the rest of the cast. Who could forget when Lisa Rinna publicly.called out Denise for missing an RHOBH cast party? That was so shady. Now, Rinna is denying the allegations that Season 10 is a “gang up” against one person. But, is that how it’s going to come across?

During an episode of the Everything Iconic With Danny Pellegrino podcast, Lisa said, “Well, to be honest with you, we want to get on with it, right? We want this season to air because it’s late for us. We were probably finished filming in December, so now it’s March. I think it’s gonna be a really good season, is what I could tell you. It’s cringe-worthy on many levels for everybody. Everyone is gonna take a hit. Everyone. How about that? I can share that with you. We’re all gonna take a hit.” How vague. And, yeah, we are all expecting “everybody to take a hit,” especially if it is everyone vs. Denise.

Regarding those allegations that Season 10 will be about everyone vs. one person, Lisa said, “You know what, I think that’s a really easy way for people to go when they’re in the hot seat. And I don’t think it’s necessarily fair because we’ve all been in the hot seat.”


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She recalled, “I sat in that hot seat for a long time and one thing I was careful of doing was blaming and saying ‘you guys are bullies, you’re mean.’ I just don’t think anybody who’s doing these shows, signs up for being a new girl or a bully. You know what I’m saying?” No, I don’t. I’m sure no one wants a “mean girl” label. Nevertheless, there are a lot of people on reality TV who are mean girls regardless.

Lisa continued, “To be honest with you, I think it’s a really easy cop-out to say ‘Oh my god they’re mean girls. Oh my god they’re bullies.’ No, what happened was with something like this is you have opinions. And, sometimes, the opinions line up for whatever reason and it doesn’t happen all the time. People will try to make it look like that this season and I think we’ll all take a hit for it, but I don’t agree with it. I don’t think anyone was being a mean girl at all because everybody goes through it this season.”


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She emphasized, “We’re all gonna take hits is what I can say.”

She also (but not really) addressed the viewer complaints about the lack of honesty on this show. Hello, these cast members have so many lawsuits that never make it onto the show. And, I’m sure they still won’t. The Beverly Hills women are arguably the least transparent out of all the Real Housewives. Lisa shared, “I think that everyone is more open and maybe more honest than they’ve been in the past.” How promising.


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