Never say Erika Jayne can’t forgive and forget. Despite her reputation as The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills‘ resident ice princess, Erika has shown season after season that she’s actually capable of leaving drama behind and forging genuine friendships with her list of former frenemies in the cast.
And apparently, the same thing can potentially be said for the drama that plays out this season between her Denise Richards. Recently, Erika opened up about what exactly it would take to mend her relationship with her one-time pal.
On last night’s Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills Kyle Richards decided to throw a party to celebrate the many months she’s spent away on a movie set, far from her family and friends, even though she was coming home every weekend in between. Anyway this party was a disaster. Aren’t they all!
Everyone is still trying to make a storyline out of Teddi Mellencamp‘s weird All In retreat. Did Teddi invite them, did she not? Does she want them there? Does she not? Does anyone actually care? No of course not!
The problem remains on Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills that everyone is always trying to control the storylines and the narrative. Now it’s all about whether or not Teddi actually expects them to attend a 2 day exercise class where she preaches the exalted power of self-sacrifice through starvation. Teddi really isn’t interesting enough to be a cult leader – even in Southern California to emaciated hippies calling it wellness.
The whole situation has Sutton Stracke confused and Lisa Rinna salivating.
Long before Gigi Hadid became a world-famous supermodel, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills fans witnessed Yolanda Hadid coaching her on how to model and advising her to eat an almond and some salad. I will never forget Yolanda only permitting Gigi to have a teeny, tiny bite of cake at her own high school graduation party.
Well, now Yolanda’s baby girl is all grown up and she’s having a baby herself.
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is back tonight for a brand-new episode. Tonight brings a moment that many viewers have been waiting for- Sutton Stracke tells Teddi Mellencamp that she seems “a little bit boring to her face.” This brings Teddi to tears, which is a lot, especially at a dinner party with the entire cast. It’s not that deep, girl. Or maybe she was just trying not to be boring by amping up the tears? Regardless, it’s so awkward to watch someone cry about how they are so “chill.” Girl, that’s far from being chill, pregnant or not.
The group dinner party is a welcome home party for Kyle Richards, who was out of town filming that Halloween remake. Unfortunately, Kyle still has those bangs that she got for the sake of her character.
Just like many others, Lisa Vanderpump has been keeping to herself, quarantining during the coronavirus pandemic. Unlike the rest of us, she’s in a Beverly Hills mansion full of pink accents, diamonds, and some pets. Even so, that doesn’t mean she’s had it all. She had been missing her daughter Pandora Vanderpump this whole time.
Yesterday, Lisa shared a photo with Pandora and a bunch of dogs at Villa Rosa. She was happy to be reunited with her daughter. However, the mother/daughter duo caught some shade in the comments.
What is happening on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills this season? First off, Denise Richards missed out on some filming because of her acting jobs. Denise’s disappearing act made her co-stars angry.
Now RHOBH fans have learned that “OG” Housewife Kyle Richards will also be scarce this season. In the Season 10 premiere, Kyle and her business partner, Shahida Clayton, debuted their line of resort clothing at New York’s Fashion Week.
It’s always captivating when Real Housewives from different shows strike up a friendship, or even a feud. Melissa Gorga has that weird one-sided friendship with Ramona Singer where she treats Melissa way better than she has treated anyone else her whole life. Garcelle Beauvais recently shared that she leaned on NeNe Leakes and Cynthia Bailey for advice when she became a Real Housewife.
The Real Housewives crossovers are happening left and right, on social media, anyway. However, everyone is at home, trying to keep safe during the coronavirus pandemic. So, there will be no in-person Real Housewife meet-ups happening in the near future.
Sometimes, life is a matter of perspective. Instead of being “stuck” at home because of the pandemic, it might feel better to view the situation as being “safe” at home instead.
Of course, what’s going on the world right now should not be minimized, not by any means. Nevertheless, a lot of people with “non-essential” jobs are at home. Some are homeschooling their children. Others have turned their living rooms into an office. Most of the people who are reading this have been watching a lot of reality TV shows- in the background, while fulfilling responsibilities, of course. Well, Bravo knows that fans are looking for premium programming. And, no, I’m not trying to re-watch an episode of a show that I just watched last week.