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The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills - Season 11

Put on your diamonds and pour the rosé — the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills are headed back to our TV screens very soon. Season 11 will be without Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave and Denise Richards. Sutton Stracke finally got a diamond, and is the one who we will see go all-in on Erika Jayne about her shady divorce and husband’s legal problems. Kyle Richards will be joined by her sister. No, unfortunately not Kim RichardsKathy Hilton will be the newest friend-of. And the newest housewife, Crystal Kung Minkoff, will be thrown into the mix. It’s gearing up to be a big season after last year’s flop. Or as I like to call it, Brandi Glanville’s final nail in the Bravo coffin.

Season 11 is set to premiere May 19, and the first trailer is amping up the drama. To no surprise, it centers around Erika and Tom Girardi’s legal issues, where they’re being accused of embezzling settlements from victims of plane crashes, car accidents and more. Thanks to Garcelle Beauvais, we know Sutton is the only one who doesn’t “support” Erika throughout their divorce. But loyalty is a whole other thing in Beverly Hills so that probably mean’s she is just questioning Erika’s involvement like the rest of the world. Outside of the EJ saga, we’ll see Lisa Rinna grapple with the possibility of becoming a Kardashian in-law. Dorit Kemsley and the always entertaining PK Kemsley will be making a return as well.

And RHOBH blessed us this Monday by releasing the taglines from the ladies, according to E! Online. Some are good, others are a flop and most of them involve a bit of self-promotion for the ladies and their businesses/careers. But that’s what we expect from Beverly Hills. And Lisa Vanderpump always took the crown when it came to clever taglines anyways.

First up we have Kyle, who is basically giving us a rendition of the same tagline she’s used for 11 years. “This town is a game of chess, but no one’s taking this queen down.” She’s obviously riding the high of being the only Beverly Hills woman invited to All-Stars.

Then we have Rinna, who is clearly promoting her new makeup line with her tagline. “My lips are legendary… and they will never gloss over the truth.” You’ve gotta hand it to her — she’s always in her bag. But since she’s always about owning it, I have one question — WHAT ABOUT THE HUSBAND, RINNA?

 

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Garcelle’s second tagline isn’t bad and references her extensive acting career again, but it’s nothing too special. “If you want a starring role in my life, you better drop the act.” And Dorit’s is similar, as she’s also promoting her new dress line and playing into her fashionista persona. “Dress like there’s no tomorrow. And then do it again.”

And now the newbies. Sutton finally gets a tagline and is realllly digging into the Southern Belle vibe. “Anyone who doubts my exquisite manners can kiss my exquisite derriere.” Well they definitely won’t be kissing it in “ugly leather pants.” Crystal’s first tagline is also a bit of a let-down. “Hollywood is full of pretenders, and I slay them all!” OK let’s see it, new girl.

 

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And last we have Erika Jayne, who is leaning into the victim role and proclaiming her innocence under the guise of “keeping it real.” “The strongest substance on earth isn’t diamonds. It’s me.” This might be the first time Erika hasn’t used her tagline to brag about her outrageous wealth. Despite her tone-deaf Instagram posts, it seems she does know how to read the room.

TELL US – WHICH RHOBH TAGLINE DO YOU LOVE THE MOST? WHICH IS THE WORST? 

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