Dorit Kemsley struggles to make sense of her issues with Lisa Vanderpump, and finds an unlikely friendship with Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave in the fallout over Lucy. Dorit also finds comfort in Lisa Rinna and Denise Richards.
Whew – I haven’t been this mad about an episode of Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills in a long time! I had to press pause several times during last night’s episode to yell. My poor husband!
As a longtime professional (haha!) Housewife-ologist, I am by this point almost impassive to the antics and goings-on, and rarely become emotionally engaged. I should also mention that while I am a fan of Lisa Vanderpump and I enjoy watching her, I am not an LVP-stan. She has often annoyed me with her inability to admit she’s wrong. And it’s been obvious many times over that she loves producing narratives behind the scenes in a way that makes this particular franchise inauthentic and hard to follow since viewers are kept apart from so much of what actually caused the drama.
Leave it to the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills to behave atrociously, abysmally, terribly badly on a five-star vacation to a sensational locale! After all, this is how the rich roll. At least according to Bravo.
Lisa VanderCantGetOverAnything continues nipping at Dorit Kemsley for her dodgy, ditching doggy adoption. Erika Girardi decides she doesn’t want any grande dames (other than herself) ruining her vacations. Also, it’s apparently her duty to be Dorit’s guard dog.
Last week Brandi Glanville revealed that Kim Richards‘ dog Kingsley had bitten her twice and was part of the reason why she was so afraid of pitbulls. Today she took to Twitter to clarify what she meant.
The former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star had Vanderpump Rules star Lala Kent on her Brandi Glanville Unfiltered podcast last week. The two dished about dogs and Brandi shared that Kim’s dog Kingsley had bit her twice and admitted that the breed scares her to death. But now Brandi seems to be feeling a little bad about her wording and is explaining things a bit more.