Sutton Stracke was a polarizing figure last season on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. She was only a Friend of the Housewives for Season 10, but she still managed to stir up plenty of drama. Sutton is wealthy and informed everyone that she only wears couture. Sutton was appalled that Kyle Richards didn’t have place cards at her dinner party. During a game of first impressions, Sutton told pregnant RHOBH co-star Teddi Mellencamp that she thought she would be “boring.”
Sutton’s antics even caused Real Housewives of New Jersey star Jackie Goldschneider to call her “a little too uppity.” Sutton insisted that she was “not a mean girl.” She also said, “Can I be a little snobby? Yes. But is that my whole personality? No.”
Lisa Vanderpump’s days as a cast member of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills are way behind her. After claiming to be “bullied” by her castmates, back in the #puppygate days, she left the show without looking back. Literally, she didn’t show up to the reunion.
For LVP stans, the ending was not a satisfying way to say goodbye to an OG housewife. It’s easy to wonder what it’d be like if she returned to the cast today. Could her longtime friendship with Kyle Richards be salvaged? How would she address Erika Girardi‘s legal situation? We already know she has a few feelings about that. And what would she think of newcomers Sutton Stracke and Garcelle Beauvais?
There’s hope for the next season of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. This is due to all the drama surrounding Erika Jayne. She reportedly gives an open and honest account of everything going on with her divorce from Tom Girardi and all of his legal troubles. But, we’ll have to see it to believe it.
I’m doubtful because there are reports that her fellow castmates, aside from Sutton Stracke, support Erika through the debacle. (Read: they don’t hold her accountable). It’s probably because plenty of them have recently gone through messy lawsuits. I’m looking at you Kyle Richards and Dorit Kemsley. They tend to hide their real issues from viewers behind a mirage of over-the-top glam. But thankfully, a ghost from RHOBH past threw some shade at Erika’s role in the debacle in a way only Lisa Vanderpump can.
By all accounts, next season of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills will revolve around Erika Jayne. This is due in part because most of the other cast has settled the majority of their legal problems – looking at you Dorit and PK Kemsley! If nothing else, hopefully we can avoid any fabricated storylines that are only meant to distract viewers from the real battles no one wants to talk about.
It goes without saying Erika has a huge job in front of her. After years of ALLEGEDLY allowing her estranged husband to deposit stolen money into her corporate account, now she has to act like she knew nothing about it. Erika will also face the challenge of playing the poor divorcee who is ravaged by her ex-husband’s deceit and infidelity. I wonder if she called Eileen Davidson for some tips. The streets are saying Erika has the full support of her cast mates during her
performance trying times, but apparently Sutton Stracke is not playing along.
I am eagerly anticipating the next Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season. Hell, I’ll even settle for a trailer. I’m just dying to know how Erika Jayne is going to handle the transition from bragging about owning to two planes to explaining why she and her husband Tom Girardi lived lavish lifestyles after taking money from people whose family members died in a plane crash.
Based on Erika’s Instagram activity, I assume she’s just gonna ignore it all and try to distract us with latex costumes and outrageous hairstyles that she paid for via IOU. However, Garcelle Beauvais has said that Erika was a lot more open than she expected her to be.
Today is International Women’s Day. It’s a great opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate the inspiring women in our lives. It should be a positive thing.
All day long I’ve seen heartfelt social media posts, commercials, and articles uplifting women. And then I saw Erika Jayne’s “celebration” of the holiday. Instead of doing something kind. She decided to insult her co-stars. I assumed that after the humiliating headlines that have surfaced in the past few months that maybe she’d be more humble. Perhaps, she’d be compassionate. But, nope. She threw some shade instead.
When Real Housewives of Beverly Hills paused production in November, the word on the street (I.e. the internet) was that there was a positive covid test from a member of the production team. Then, Kyle Richards started drop some not-at-all-subtle hints that she had coronavirus on Thanksgiving when she publicly thanked Teddi Mellencamp for bringing Thanksgiving dinner for her family since Kyle was too sick to cook.
Does anyone actually believe that Kyle was going to cook a whole Thanksgiving dinner?
Soon after Kyle posted that, it was reported that Kyle, Kyle’s sister Kathy Hilton, and Dorit Kemsley all have coronavirus. However, it’s been reported that they do not have severe symptoms and we are wishing them all the best.
Speculation continues to surround the Real Housewives of
Glendale Beverly Hills. To be clear, this franchise has been suffering. A virulent strain of plague struck some of the ladies. The World Health Organization has labeled it, Myhusbandhascommittedfrauditis. Sadly, the recovery time is rather slow. The infection manifests itself in creating diversions in an attempt to hide what’s really happening with your wallet.
As a result, the cast has had some shake ups. Who is coming in? Are any more going out? Will Kyle Richards keep her bangs? It looks like some of our questions have finally been answered. There is new blood coming in, but it appears no one else is leaving. We have no official word that anyone else was #firedbybravo and according to Lisa Rinna and Erika Jayne, they are ready to get back in the game.