Remember Kathryn Edwards? Along with Carlton Gebbia and Joyce Giraud, Kathryn is part of the “one and done” crew from Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Kathryn appeared on the show in 2016 and seemed to share much of her conflict with The Morally Corrupt Faye Resnick. Though she tried to play the game (don’t hate the game, just marry a player), she was benched after her freshman season. Let’s all take a moment and reflect on the juicy drama and great one-liners Kathryn gifted us with. Aaaaand we’re finished.
While Kathryn didn’t have the opportunity to strut her stuff for a second season, because, fired, she did learn a few things during her tenure on the show. Sometimes reality television isn’t pure in the “reality” sense of the word. You already know this if you have a working tv and access to any type of media device. Recently, Kathryn shared some insight on producer-driven drama in the Bravo universe and certain cast members
earning their check driving that producer-driven bus.
Hell hath no fury like a group of middle-aged women trying to get their “friend” to admit she had sex with someone. WHO CARES!? Please don’t tell me you think honesty surrounding who you have sex with off-camera is required while on-camera. Because that’s trash. It’s not these women’s business, and it’s not ours. Shouldn’t Ms. Accountability know that? Why doesn’t she read the list of names people she’s banged if it matters so much? Because they’re not on the show?
Sorry, was Brandi Glanville on the show when she and Denise Richards “hooked up”? No. Was Brandi on the show before you invited her on camera to share a story that was heard off-camera? She had that mic strapped on in the car already. Sort of odd, right? This was a complete setup and could have easily remained off the show if Teddi Mellencamp and Kyle Richards weren’t so deplorable. Oh, they’re worried it was an affair? A friend wouldn’t out you on a national TV show without getting your side. NEXT.
Well this certainly came out of nowhere. Jill Zarin has never been one to keep her opinions to herself. However, she usually sticks to gossip related to her own Housewives franchise.
For some reason, the Real Housewives of New York City OG is now offering some unsolicited marital advice to one of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. In a new interview, Jill opened up about how reality TV affects relationships and for some reason brought Kyle Richards‘ marriage into the equation.
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is BACK. This week’s episode was so good for so many reasons. Everyone is talking about “friend of” (why is she not a full Housewife?) Sutton Stracke’s lack of manners and Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave’s inability to “be chill.” Don’t forget Denise Richard’s Big D*cked husband Aaron Phypers. Who’d have thought he would turn out to be a cancer-loving, self-healer? Or that he makes all his money by telling the Yolanda Hadid’s of the world that you can cure illness through sound amplification? This is the stuff we need!
This is the stuff you can’t write. It is the magic of having a cast free of Lisa Vanderpump’s Bobby Fischer-ing-manipulations. This is honest Beverly Hills-rich people-crazy talk and I’m here for it all! RHOBH doesn’t need LVP. They also don’t need to make up stories anymore. If this week’s episode proved anything, it’s that the truth is stranger than a fictional storyline. Andy Cohen even agrees!
At this point Lucy might be the most iconic dog on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Sorry Giggy! The majority of the cast has turned on Lisa Vanderpump over this dog. Most of the ladies believe that she sought out to make Dorit Kemsley look bad. Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave also has found herself in the middle of this mess as an alleged accomplice. However, she claims she only plotted because it’s what Lisa wanted.
One cast member not directly involved is Erika Jayne. Erika has had her issues with all three ladies over her four season run. She has always thought LVP was a sniper from the side making everyone do her dirty work. She fought with Dorit over underwear, and Teddi accused her of pretend amnesia. Give her past with that trio, it could be hard to tell whose side Erika is truly on. Luckily, she’s giving us a definitive stance on #PuppyGate!
Over the years, we have come to know the Real Housewives for many things. Living in big houses. Designer clothing. Handbags that cost more than your car. Businesses that seem to appear and disappear overnight. And the occasional arrest.
The one thing that the Real Housewives might be best known for, however, is their love of a good feud. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ Kyle Richards and Lisa Vanderpump have had their skirmishes throughout the years. But they have never had an epic Housewives fight. And certainly, have never stopped speaking. Until now.
Season 9 of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is approaching quickly, but the off-camera drama is equally sizzling! Rumors have been running rampant for months about the fall out between Lisa Vanderpump and Kyle Richards.
Lisa and Kyle have been friends for many years, but are no strangers to feuding on the show. Over the years, the two have had multiple rifts followed by subsequent makeups. Ever since Lisa declined to participate in the cast photoshoot without the ladies, we knew something was up. It’s Season 4 all over again! Lisa is once again a lone wolf against the pack.
This week we celebrate Kyle Richards‘ birthday, a momentous Bravo occasion if ever there was one, because it is Kyle who brought us kaftans. I cried tears of warm rosé to learn that Kaftans By KyleKantoo closed last year, because how else am I going to satisfy my dream of being shrouded in polyester satin leopard print, weighed down by giant rhinestones and chopped off at the mid-thigh? I guess I’ll have to travel all the way to Beverly Hills to raid Kyle’s closet!
So anyway, follow me as we go on a journey of Kyle’s best (and by ‘best’ I mean WORST!) and most infamous moments on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
Most of Kyle’s notable moments are connected to Kim Richards. The Twisted Sisters Richards have formed the cornerstone of this show’s consistent focus of very real family dysfunction from practically the very first episode.