Tuning in? Teddi Mellencamp opened up about whether or not she’s going to watch season 11 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills after her departure, admitting to Us Weekly that she will be able to’t make up her thoughts.
“I have to see what happens. I had already said on another podcast, ‘I’m not watching any of that Real Housewives’ show until I get, like, a new TV job,’” Teddi, 39, recalled on Us’ “Here the Right Reasons” podcast. “But then I just saw the trailer for [Real Housewives of New Jersey] and I’m like, ‘Wow, I have to go back.’”
Season 11 of RHOBH, which is at the moment filming, stars Kyle Richards, Erika Jayne, Dorit Kemsley, Lisa Rinna, Garcelle Beauvais and newcomer Crystal Kung Minkoff. Kyle’s sister Kathy Hilton can also be set to be a part of as a “friend” of the Housewives alongside Sutton Stracke.
“[Kathy] is hilarious. I can’t wait to see her,” Teddi informed Us. “She is going to be TV gold. She’s so funny. She lights up the screen.”
The upcoming season can also be anticipated to discover Erika’s divorce from Tom Girardi and subsequent authorized drama. When requested whether or not she’s spoken to the “Pretty Mess” singer, 49, Teddi replied, “I would say I’ve spoken to everybody that’s on the cast.”
Teddi and Denise Richards each confirmed in September 2020 that they wouldn’t be again for season 11.
“It’s definitely been interesting,” the accountability coach informed Us in regards to the present going on with out her. “Of course, there’s that original point of like, ‘Wow, did this really happen? That was a lot to go on in 2020.’”
Teddi added that her youngsters — Slate, Cruz and Dove — with husband Edwin Arroyave are joyful to have their mother round house extra.
“My husband and I wanted to go out to an outdoor dinner alone without our kids on Valentine’s Day because [outdoor dining] opened up for us. And my kids sobbed. They were like, ‘No!’ They’ve gotten really attached,” she defined, noting that she doesn’t know if she may have been “in it to win it” if she filmed a season of RHOBH amid the coronavirus pandemic when her youngsters actually wanted her. “We were in a really transitional time, Dove had neurosurgery. There’s just so much going on that even if I was there — it felt better to not be.”
Teddi concluded that it’s simple to glamorize your time on actuality TV after it’s over. “I still talk to 90 percent of [the women]. I have real relationships with them,” she mentioned. “There are those moments where you’re like, ‘Oh, that was so funny, that sounds fun.’ And you remember the good times, but it’s like a bad relationship. You remember the good times and sometimes you forget all those times he cheated on you or you did this.”