Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Lisa Vanderpump has promised fans that she is not quitting the show, but there is still some tension between her and her castmates. Kyle Richards recently revealed in an interview that she has tried to reach out to Vanderpump with emails and text messages, but the restaurateur is icing her out.
“I have made an effort,” Richards told US Weekly. “And, you know, I don’t know what else to do.”
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Richards says that it is completely up to Vanderpump whether or not they reconcile because the ball is in her court. Richards held back from saying too much about the situation because she didn’t want to get herself into trouble with Vanderpump or Bravo.
Richards also said that she did not get an invite this year to the Vanderpump Dogs Gala like she has in years past. She still went because she supports the cause and the work her co-star is doing with the foundation.
However, she is still very conscious of the fact that Vanderpump didn’t make her feel welcome, revealing that the SUR owner invited only two cast members.
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An inside source says that Richards’ claims or not true and it is “bulls**t” to say that the entire RHOBH cast wasn’t invited.
“They iced out the gala and chose not attend,” said the insider.
So, who is telling the truth? Could both sides be a little bit right?
There is so much we still don’t know about the situation, but it is pretty clear to fans that Vanderpump has been less invested in the upcoming RHOBH season. There also appears to be an underlying beef between Vanderpump and her co-stars, and no one is giving specifics as to why.
There have been some RHOBH stars, though, that have commented about their frustrations.
When Camille Grammer married David C. Meyer earlier this month, Richards, Lisa Rinna, Dorit Kemsley, and Teddi Mellencamp were all in attendance. Fans noticed immediately that Vanderpump wasn’t there.
Lisa Vanderpump Admits She's Doesn't Know If She'll Return to RHOBH for Season 10 https://t.co/6WZlQBbMNM
— People (@people) November 28, 2018
Even though Vanderpump has made it clear that she hasn’t quit the show, she did say during a recent appearance on The Talk that she wasn’t sure about returning for a tenth season
See if Kyle Richards and Lisa Vanderpump can mend their friendship when Season 9 of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills premieres on Bravo in 2019.