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Andy Cohen Promises Lisa Vanderpump “Is Not An Issue This Season” On Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills

Throw her to the wolves and the show will go on! Before Season 10 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills premiered, the big question on everyone’s mind was “How will the show survive without Lisa Vanderpump? (Well, the mind of every LVP fan, at least…) However, after three incredibly well-received episodes, the answer to that question seems to be “Quite well, thank you very much.”

In a new interview with Kyle Richards and Teddi Mellencamp, Andy Cohen opened up about why the show is working so well in its first LVP-free season.

Garcelle Beauvais Real Housewives of Beverly Hills RHOBH

Looks like there is already big trouble brewing on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. We have all seen the trailer, full of shade and drama. There’s the whole Denise Richards and Brandi Glanville storyline that prompts Denise to stop filming. Kyle Richards and buddy Dorit Kemsley get into it next week. Before we even get to all that, the first three episodes of this season have really delivered.

New cast member Garcelle Beauvais made a recent appearance on Watch What Happens Live and had some comments of her own. She was asked by host Andy Cohen who has the largest ego and was the least welcoming of the cast. Garcelle immediately named Kyle. She didn’t even hesitate so we know how she really feels. Naturally, Kyle took issue with that and responded that she wished Garcelle would have confronted her directly instead. Because I’m sure Kyle would have taken it so well if Garcelle said it to her face. Kyle had plenty to say in response.

Kyle Richards Names The Housewife That She Feels Brought The Least To Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills

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!

Andy Cohen Speaks On Discrimination Against Gay Men Who Want To Donate Plasma To Help Those With Coronavirus

Andy Cohen is in the clear after his battle with coronavirus. He has reunited with his son Benjamin. He has also returned to work, hosting his radio show and Watch What Happens Live from his apartment via video chat. Now, that he is back to feeling healthy, Andy wanted to give back and help the people currently battling coronavirus.

There is a call coronavirus survivors to donate plasma, which is full of antibodies. Andy tried to do his part with a donation. However, he was denied because of his sexuality. Now, he’s speaking out about the discrimination and calling for a change.

Erika Jayne

As we are all aware, we are living in some tough times these days. At least, we have some entertaining TV shows to watch while we are social distancing and staying safe in our homes.

As a result of the coronavirus outbreak, Watch What Happens Live has been filming new episodes via video chat. Andy Cohen hosts from the safety of his New York City apartment. And different guests video chat in from wherever they are. Although it’s great to see the stars glammed up with pounds of hair extensions and self-tanner, this filming from home thing definitely has some advantages. For instance, there are no travel schedules to consider. This means that it is possible to have premium guests every single night.

Kyle Richards

In old Housewives tradition, new cast members typically spend their first season trying to win over their predecessors. But Real Housewives of Beverly Hills newbie Garcelle Beauvais is certainly broke the mold when she took shots at RHOBH veteran Kyle Richards on Watch What Happens Live last week.

Speaking to Andy Cohen, our newfound shade queen Garcelle held nothing back when it came to her true feelings about Kyle’s ego and her nonexistent welcoming skills. But now Kyle has responded to these digs, and let’s just say they took her by surprise.

WATCH WHAT HAPPENS LIVE WITH ANDY COHEN -- Episode 17013 -- Pictured: Scheana Shay -- (Photo by: Charles Sykes/Bravo)

As we are all aware, we are living in some tough times these days. At least, we have some entertaining TV shows to watch while we are social distancing and staying safe in our homes.

As a result of the coronavirus outbreak, Watch What Happens Live has been filming new episodes via video chat. Andy Cohen hosts from the safety of his New York City apartment. And different guests video chat in from wherever they are. Although it’s great to see the stars glammed up with pounds of hair extensions and self-tanner, this filming from home thing definitely has some advantages. For instance, there are no travel schedules to consider. This means that it is possible to have premium guests every single night.

Kandi Burruss

Real Housewives of Atlanta star NeNe Leakes seems to have a bone to pick with everyone. Lately, NeNe and co-star Kandi Burruss have been beefing with each other all over social media and in interviews. First, NeNe was mad that Kandi shaded her in confessionals. Then, she took jabs at Kandi getting yet another spin-off series. And, let’s not forget NeNe completely taking over Kandi’s baby shower with her drama.

NeNe has also allegedly been at odds with frenemy Wendy Williams. How many feuds is NeNe in? Hold on–I’ll grab a calculator. There is a lot of NeNe-centered drama to keep track of these days.