Lisa Vanderpump may be on the outs with all of her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-stars but that doesn’t mean she’s against reconciling with them.
As you may recall, the RHOBH cast was shocked to learn that by the time they arrived at the season 9 premiere party Vanderpump and her husband Ken Todd had already left the event.
Now Vanderpump is explaining why she and Ken skipped out on the party early.
“I just wasn’t in the right mental state to really cope with everything Real Housewives throws at you,” Vanderpump reveals Us Weekly. “It was a very difficult year for me, and I just kind of got to a place where I just was desperately searching for happiness in my life at that time and it just got very heated there. I filmed a lot on my own and they really did spotlight my charities and that’s why I’m here tonight.”
Vanderpump hasn’t seen many, if not all of her co-stars since she stopped filming with them midway through season 9.
“This season was particularly difficult for me and perhaps I was not prepared. There was a lot going on in my personal life that I had to focus on,” she explains. “I think this season will surprise people. Relationships are definitely tested and fans will be taken on a crazy ride.”
When it comes to reconciling with her co-stars Vanderpump says “never say never.”
“Viewers will have to form their own opinions after watching, but I always say ‘never say never,’” she commented.
However, former Beverly Hills Housewife Brandi Glanville thinks that Vanderpump’s time on RHOBH may run have its course.
“She’s so successful. She’s got Vanderpump Rules. She’s probably going to do another show with TomTom. Why not do a show where you are the boss, and you can cut things out that you don’t like? Rather than do a show where you’re not a producer, and you’re going to look bad,” Brandi told Us Weekly in December 2018. “If I were her because she is an executive producer on Vanderpump Rules, why not control it? Instead of having everyone say bad things about you. … I feel like it would be a smart move for her, but I don’t know that she’s going to do that.”
Meanwhile, a source close to Kyle Richards says that she may not be interested in reconciling with Vanderpump this time around.
“This is the first time in the ten years that I’ve known Kyle and they’ve been friends that I truly and honestly think that she has had enough. And I’ve never in my life have heard her talk about Lisa in this way. In the sense that Kyle thinks Lisa took it a little too far this time,” Justin Sylvester of E!’s Daily Pop revealed.
For now, we just have to wait and see what goes down in the 90210.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs on Tuesdays at 9 p.m. EST on Bravo.