Lisa Vanderpump Slams Report About Possible ‘RHOBH’ Return


The queen speaks! Lisa Vanderpump has seen the rumors about her doable return to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills — and he or she says they’re not true.

“What utter nonsense,” the restaurateur, 61, tweeted on Tuesday, October 19, in response to a report that she requested Bravo for $2 million to return for season 12. “I have asked for no such thing lol … [no] conversation regarding ‘that’ at all. Filming something fun today.”

The Simply Divine writer left RHOBH throughout season 9, which aired in 2019. In December of that year, the SUR co-owner informed Us Weekly that Bravo had already requested her about coming again to the franchise.

Denise Richards, Erika Girardi, Dorit Kemsley, Kyle Richards, Lisa Rinna, Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave and Lisa Vanderpump
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“Bravo, even you know, said to me, ‘What about in the future?’ I’m like, This is now,” the U.Okay. native mentioned. “And that’s then. I’m really in a different place in my life now.”

Though the Overserved host is not on RHOBH, she’s nonetheless a fixture on Bravo due to Vanderpump Rules. Season 9 of the sequence premiered final month after the coronavirus pandemic brought about filming to be postponed.

Earlier this year, Vanderpump spoke to Us about why she determined to go away RHOBH after the notorious Puppygate incident with Kyle Richards.

“I left because I was very, very, very unhappy and I didn’t appreciate being called a liar,” she mentioned throughout a March episode of the “Getting Real with the Housewives” podcast. “To accuse me of selling a story, when you never get stories come out of my restaurants, you know, so it was such an insult to me. It was about my heart, it was about the Vanderpump Dog Foundation, which was something that was born out of complete compassion and my passion project. I just thought, ‘I’m done with it.’”

As RHOBH followers keep in mind, the Halloween Kills star, 52, accused the Pooch Perfect choose of leaking a narrative to the press a couple of canine that Dorit Kemsley received from Vanderpump Dogs. Their heated argument culminated with Vanderpump’s husband, Ken Todd, kicking Richards out of the home.

Still, the Dancing With the Stars alum mentioned in March that she hadn’t completely dominated out a return to RHOBH.

“People always ask me, ‘Would I go back?’ You can never say never, because I always said I’d never do a reality show in the first place,” she informed Us on the time. “I had so many good experiences that came from that and I had such a good relationship with the production.”

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