Real Housewives of Beverly Hills had a pretty lackluster season. Turns out all the major drama was set to happen after the show aired.
The women of RHOBH spent the entire season trying to take down fan favorite, Denise Richards. And they ended up being successful. Denise announced her departure from the show, leaving fans to call foul on the ladies’ behavior. As if that wasn’t enough, it was then announced that Teddi Mellencamp was fired from the show for being too boring. Now that’s not an actual confirmed reason but come on, we all know that’s it. How could it be anything else when the woman’s whole story line was being pregnant. Oh and having some kind of retreat for her controversial health program.
But one of the shining lights of the season was newbie and friend of, Sutton Stracke. While she was polarizing, she did call it like she saw it. After all, she was the one who told Teddi to her actual face that she thought she was boring. Where was the lie? So could we see more of Sutton?
Sutton recently opened up to People about her first season. She revealed, “It’s quite a roller coaster ride, and I think a lot of the other women think so, too. It can be terrifying and then exhilarating at times. You get off the ride and you want to go back on it. That’s how it feels.”
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Even though the cast for the next season isn’t set yet, Sutton wants the chance to show more of herself. And she’d like to be a full time housewife this time. She admitted, “I think because I wasn’t allowed to film with my children, you didn’t get to see the total aspect of my life and how I live. I’m not always dressed up and being miss perfect.”
Sutton continued, “All of that does come into play when necessary. But I do have a fun aspect of my personality, so I was sad that we didn’t get to see that.”
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Sutton also explained that it wasn’t all hardship. She added, “I was happy to see that my giddy side could be shared. That was fun.” Sutton concluded on a positive note, “This is an ongoing process for me … to see more aspects of my life, that would be amazing. I’d love it.”
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