Kyle Richards And Ken Todd's Fight Is Like Nothing RHOBH Fans Have Seen Before Claims Inside Sources
Season 9 of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills will premiere next month, and multiple sources have made it clear that this season won’t be anything like what fans have seen before. From the trailer, to cast members, to insiders, everyone says this is going to be a good season, and it’s all because of a major blowout between Kyle Richards and Lisa Vanderpump’s husband, Ken Todd.
In the trailer for the new season, Richards and Todd get into a heated argument at Villa Rose, the Vanderpumps’ luxurious home, telling Richards that she is “f***ing liar.” As a rule, Todd is calm and collected, but Richards must have said something that works Todd up.
According to AllAboutTRH , Todd only gets upset when he is defending his wife, but it is obvious that “something big went down.”
Insiders claim that it is this argument that led to the fallout between Vanderpump and the rest of the RHOBH cast, and the fight was “like nothing we’ve ever seen before.” Sources also say that things went “way too far.”
“This incident is the cause of the wives not being able to move past their feelings on Lisa. Everyone had Kyle’s back and continues to do so. The fight is like nothing you’ve ever seen on Beverly Hills before,” an insider told Hollywood Life .
The source also said that the RHOBH women have no interest in forgiving Vanderpump, but her relationship with the cast doesn’t seem to be a top priority. Instead, she is happy that it’s a new year, and she has found better ways to cope with her feelings about the loss of her brother. She is also spending more time at her restaurants.
Insiders claim that Vanderpump is now calmer than she was a few months ago when she suddenly lost her brother from an apparent drug overdose. It was a difficult experience for Vanderpump, and she is now realizing how much it changed her.
Vanderpump has admitted that she was “in a different place” when filming Season 9, but we still don’t know if she has decided to stay or leave RHOBH. However, Vanderpump does know her value and worth as a cast member.
Sources say that friends are seeing a “true shift” in Vanderpump, and she is much happier and in a better place.
Watch Kyle Richards and Lisa Vanderpump bring the drama when Season 9 of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills premieres Tuesday, February 12, on Bravo.