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Erin Lichy Thinks Kyle Richards and Dorit Kemsley Could Have Been ‘Friendlier’ at BravoCon

Many of us are loyal observers of the inner workings of the Bravoverse. Usually to watch drama, arguments, and rude behavior unfold among its many players. However, Bravolebs are still being asked who among them came off as unfriendly at BravoCon 2023. Even though it could probably be everyone.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ own Kyle Richards and Dorit Kemsley are the latest to get called out for being icy. Real Housewives of New York star Erin Lichy said she wasn’t feeling the love from them.

Erin says Kyle and Dorit weren’t friendly

Erin and her husband, Abe Lichy stopped by Page Six and played “Show the Shot or Take a Shot.” The two had the choice to answer questions and show some juicy pics and texts from their phones. OR, they could take a shot of the Mezcal they’re currently peddling.

When the conversation turned to BravoCon, the interviewer asked Erin and Abe if they found anyone rude.

Erin answered, “I was expecting a warmer welcome from Kyle and Dorit, you know? But it felt more like they were sending out ‘you can’t sit with us’ vibes.”

Insisting they weren’t outright “rude,” Erin noted. “We’re all in the same boat, literally and figuratively, so it’s not like they have a reserved table for the high-and-mighty.”

Despite the rocky start with Kyle and Dorit, Erin asserted that she found “nobody rude.” She shared that her best interactions were with The Real Housewives of Orange County’s Heather and Terry Dubrow, as well as The Real Housewives of Miami star Lisa Hochstein and her boyfriend, Jody Glidden.

Erin doesn’t think she was one of the rude RHONY ladies Crystal Kung Minkoff referred to

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Despite the less-than-stellar summit with the RHOBH dynamic duo, Erin denied being the mystery “rude” newbie from RHONY that Crystal Kung Minkoff cryptically mentioned – before also being called out for being rude.

“I know that Crystal wasn’t talking about me, because I had dinner with her on Thursday night, and I love her, and we talk, actually we text, and we like each other,” Erin shared.

Abe chimed in to vouch for her. “There’s no way she was referring to you.”

“I mean that would be really really strange, and she doesn’t strike me as one of those people that are like so unbalanced that they say sh*t like that,” Erin added.

Erin remained tight-lipped on speculations about who Minkoff might be throwing shade at and expertly employed the classic “plead the fifth” move.

Now now, ladies. No need to continue this back-and-forth of who was rude. We’ve watched all of these franchises, and you’ve all had your moments!

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is on Wednesdays at 8/7c on Bravo, and you can stream last season of The Real Housewives of New York on Peacock.