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The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills Season 10 Taglines Are Here

After months of rumors about a boring season, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 10 trailer was released and it looked good, i.e. better than anything RHOBH viewers have watched in years. People who doubted that the women could come through had more faith in the season. Things looked promising.

Now, the taglines are out, and the reveal didn’t have the same effect. Generic, much? Maybe I just set the bar too high after that amazing trailer. Or, maybe I’m wrong and these are the best taglines of all time. Let’s jump in. I can’t wait to see what you all think in the comments section.

Entertainment Tonight was the first outlet to reveal the taglines. And, yes, Kyle Richards has another tagline about this town. “Beverly Hills” is in the title. We all know where the show takes place. Nevertheless, Kyle goes for the same theme every. single. year. This year, Kyle says, “Around here, there’s more than just dresses in everyone’s closet.” Cute, but far from iconic. And don’t even get me started on originality.

Denise Richards incorporated her “happy ending” confession from last season with her phrase. Denise quips, “My life may not be a fairy tale, but I’ll always get a happy ending.”

 

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I really expected Lisa Rinna to have a tagline about exposing people, stirring shit up, or even publicly shading a friend she’s known for decades. You know, something like that. Instead, she subtly plugged her Instagram dance videos. Lisa says, “The secret to life? Dance like everyone is watching.”

Dorit Kemsley continued with more of the same old shit. Her tagline is “I won’t settle for anything less than everything.” We get it, you’re over the top and over your budget.

 

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Garcelle Beauvais hit us with the expected play on words about being an actress. She declares, “Life is an audition and, honey, I’m getting that part.”

Erika Jayne follows Garcelle’s lead with the nod to her showbiz career. Erika’s tagline is an obvious reference to her role in Chicago. Erika’s line is “Break a leg? Not in these heels, honey!” Apparently, self-promotion is the storyline. Again.

 

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That tagline about not doing anyone’s dirty work didn’t go so well for Teddi Mellencamp last season. This season, she just embraced the obvious and talked about her pregnancy. Teddi says, “You never know what to expect… when I’m expecting.” I’m yawning already.

I just want to know what Sutton Stracke’s tagline would have been. I’ve seen those pictures floating around Instagram with Sutton dressed in a white dress (like the other women) spinning around in front of a green screen.

 

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Clearly, she was filming the Season 10 introduction. So why is she a Friend of the Housewives instead of a full-time cast member? I’ve heard rumors, but I want to know the truth and I want to know just how bitter she is about this.

TELL US- WHO HAS THE BEST TAGLINE FOR REAL HOUSEWIVES OF BEVERLY HILLS SEASON 10? WHOSE IS THE WORST?

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