Kyle Richards on her favorite WWHL moments.
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Kyle Richards Reflects on Favorite WWHL Memory Amid 15th Anniversary Celebrations

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills OG Kyle Richards has visited Watch What Happens Live dozens of times over the years. According to IMDB, Kyle has made a total of 36 visits to the Clubhouse. She has fond memories of her time with host Andy Cohen, who’s currently celebrating 15 years of WWHL.

But does Kyle have a favorite? During her 13 seasons of being Andy’s guest, Kyle has sat next to stars from every walk of the entertainment industry. Does she have a favorite memory?

She recently confessed that her favorite time in the Clubhouse was alongside former RHOBH castmate and one-time frenemy Camille Meyer (aka Camille Grammer).

And the Oscar goes to …

When People asked the mom of four which of her many WWHL appearances rated highest on her list, she had to think for a moment.

“Oh my God, there’s so many,” the Halloween actor reflected. “But the one time when Camille and I played each other and re-enacted our iconic scene in N.Y.C., that was a fun one.”

Longtime fans may recall the time eight years ago when Kyle and Camille engaged in an episode of Clubhouse Playhouse. In this case, they donned wigs and played each other, re-enacting their Season 1 fight. The disagreement during a cast trip spawned Kyle’s famous line, “You’re such a f*cking liar, Camille.”

No longer frenemies, the two women have made peace with each other. Camille often shows up on RHOBH as a “friend” or “guest.” She officially left the show following Season 12.

Andy’s “fishing expedition”

The Bravo stars always have a good time on Andy’s show. Kyle’s Beverly Hills co-star Garcelle Beauvais has made 15 appearances on WWHL. She says she just loves the “energy, it’s so great.”

“My favorite part is just getting to the studio,” the model/actor said. “Andy comes in and he says hello. Sometimes we do shots. It’s fun, it’s really fun! I love it there. I wish I could’ve gone to support [the 15th anniversary party], but we were working.”

Even after 15 years the Bravo Executive Producer still having a good time. “My show … can be like a fishing expedition,” he told his BFF Anderson Cooper at a Tribeca Talks on June 12. “I will see a question on a card, and I’m like, ‘Oh, that’s kind of interesting. I’ll ask it.’ And it will unleash something so exciting. It’s like a Pandora’s box … and then it becomes a big story the next day. It’s very exciting.”

Both Watch What Happens Live and Real Housewives of Beverly Hills are streaming on Peacock.