Unfortunately, Kyle Richards‘ home was burglarized. There are some people who don’t feel too sad for her because she is a Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member and just assumed that she could replace whatever was stolen. Just because someone has it worse, it doesn’t mean that your problems aren’t bad.
Obviously, Kyle is in a way better financial position than most of us normal folks, but she also lost some sentimental things as well. Kyle opened up about the burglary in a recent interview.
At this point in the season, watching Real Housewives of Beverly Hills feels like Groundhog Day. The same thing happens every single episode: Dorit Kemsley acts like she wants to move forward, but in reality she is either talking about Lisa Rinna or looking for another excuse to mention her name. The viewers are ready for some new drama to occur instead of rehashing all of the nonsense from previous seasons.
The newest Housewife Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave doesn’t understand why Rinna’s name is always in Dorit’s mouth. Personally, I think it’s annoying and desperate to mention Rinna in every single scene. On the other hand, I’m impressed that Dorit has managed to talk shit about Rinna in all of the episodes this season in between showing off her glam squad, acting like she hasn’t seen her children in years every time they walk into the room, and trying to convince the audience that she can cook. That just sounds so tired to me.
Even though RHOBH has been severely boring lacking this season, Lisa managed to take some digs at Lisa Rinna(of course). She even came down on her girl Dorit Kemsley for her drunken dinner outburst. Lisa also shared her opinions on the Vanderpump Rules relationships.
There are so many things you don’t want to learn from a Real Housewife. The list honestly is endless, however, I never thought I’d have to add “blow job tips” to that already overwhelming list. Apparently I do, and it falls right under “money management” and above “drinking habits.” As always: Thanks Lisa Rinna! So that’s just a preview of last night’s raunchy, ribald, and Do-RITNOWSHUTYOURMOUTH’s Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills.
While most of these women are stuck in California with construction, heat waves, and the crushing woes of work, Lipsa and Erika Girardi are headed to Japan where apparently The Daughters Rinna are big-time celebrities. I’m pretty sure Lipsa hired paparazzi and a roving pack of obsessed fans to follow Delilah and Amelia around, but there was a huge crowd to greet them at the airport and an impromptu red carpet, as Lipsa stood idly by babysitting 300 pieces of luggage and being ignored.
In last week’s Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills, we learned that Dorit Kemsley has Hermes dinnerware, can cook a mean Moroccan stew, and is definitely not over her beef with Lisa Rinna. Despite having called a truce atop a ferris wheel in Las Vegas, Dorit and Paul (PK) Kemsley’s resentment toward Rinna for accusing their party guests of “doing coke in the bathroom” is not yesterday’s news.
First, Dorit reflects on the strange moments that occurred at her Villa Blanca birthday party, including her son Jagger pointing out the “bad guys” at the table – and Rinna giving an impromptu speech! “Jagger calling Erika [Girardi] and Lisa [Vanderpump] ‘bad guys’ was nothing short of an innocent 3-year-old expressing himself through his imagination, as he was in a phase where he loved superheroes and bad guys. On another note, can we talk about Lisa R standing up and giving a speech at my birthday party? For a second, I felt like I was in the Twilight Zone, but after all I’m grateful that we’re in a more peaceful place now.”
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum Yolanda Hadid announced her split from ex-husband David Foster in December 2015- on the same day of that year’s season premiere. What a coincidence with that timing! She left the show at the end of that season and she has been focused on conquering Lyme Disease and supporting her supermodel offspring.
Now, Yolanda is back in the dating game and opening up about the new man her life- without sharing anything super specific, of course.