Kyle Richards believed that Lisa Vanderpump had strategically planned her departure from "RHOBH" and modeled on a former "housewife" who also relied on a reunion.
Lisa Vanderpump 58, announced that she had opted out of the season 9 reunion for The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills to dodge her castmates. But her former girlfriend Kyle Richards 50, believes that there is a reason why Lisa has previously publicly announced this (according to interview dated June 4 with DailyMailTV ). "Well, I think she gave the interview yesterday so she can say she stopped because she knew you would probably do the same thing you would have done to Adrienne [ Maloof and dismiss them, "said Kyle Host Andy Cohen during the first part of the reunion, which aired on July 1
Unlike Lisa, Adrienne did not give her "housewife" colleagues a heads-up before dropping off with Season 3 in 2013 (she denied several reports that she was fired). However, given the similarities, Kyle speculated that Lisa allegedly wanted to protect herself from being "fired" by saying "she stopped yesterday".
Ironically, Lisa suggested Adrienne's decision not to reunite six years ago. and the fallback clip was played again on Tuesday night! "I think it was also a mistake, because I think she leaked stories to the press that said she wanted to quit, and I do not think she wanted to stay," Lisa said in 2013, adding that Adrienne "should". I came to eliminate the chaos and went on. "These words may not have been getting on in years, but Lisa agreed with a fan who has tweeted that the situation of the owner of the SUR restaurant is different from that of Adrienne.
Andy promised a "truly dramatic" reunion in an EXCLUSIVE interview with Hollywood Life and he did not lie! "It was really dramatic and we moved the needle. Some surprising conflicts and some surprising people came together too, "said the Bravo King, though he wished Lisa had been present to explain her" point of view. " Regarding RHOBH's future without his British Queen Andy said: "I think it will go in new directions."