Kyle Richards Tells RHOBH Fans They Better Buckle Up For Season 9
Season 9 of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is only a few weeks away, which is a bit too long for most of us. Luckily, Kyle Richards recently teased what’s ahead and told fans that they better buckle up for the new season.
“Who’s ready for season 9?” Richards wrote. “#cominginhot, #buckleup, #saveyourducklipscomments, #alsokissyfacecomments.”
According to Bravo TV , Richards also dished on the new season during an interview with Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live . The RHOBH star talked about Brandi Glanville’s exciting cameo before revealing that this season is basically chalked full of lies.
“This whole season’s basically lies. Well, there’s a lot of lies going on this season,” she told Cohen.
Although Richards did not discuss details about the new season, inside sources claim that a lot of the drama stems from her blowout fight with Ken Todd . The reported altercation happened during a gathering at Lisa Vanderpump’s house and led to a big rift between Vanderpump and her co-stars.
We caught a glimpse of the epic fight in the Season 9 trailer. The clip shows Todd calling Richards a “f**king liar” before kicking her out of the couple’s home. Unfortunately for Vanderpump, everyone took Richards’ side and shunned her.
This is reportedly why Vanderpump refused to film any scenes with her co-stars and skipped out on the reunion. The insider also revealed that the other ladies refused to forgive Vanderpump for what happened and convinced Richards to do the same.
Vanderpump, of course, dealt with plenty of drama outside of the show. The reality star has been busy focusing on her restaurants the past few weeks, which has helped her deal with her brother’s tragic passing last year.
With the premiere only weeks away, insiders claim that Vanderpump is worried about how things will play out this season. But at the end of the day, she’s happy with her time on the show and is doing a lot better now than during filming.
Kyle Richards and Lisa Vanderpump with bring the drama when Season 9 of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills premieres Feb. 12 on Bravo.