It’s no secret that the Real Housewives of Beverly were all snubbed from the opening of Lisa Vanderpump‘s Cocktail Garden in Las Vegas.
At the opening of her Cocktail Garden in Vegas, Vanderpump explained her co-stars’ absence: “Well, I did have an invitation to them because I had it on email and it was all written out for all of them, you know. And they’re not here. I think it was probably because I forgot to press the send button.”
AllAboutTRH wanted to get Kyle Richards‘ take on snub and to see if she actually ever expected to receive an invitation.
Turns out Kyle doesn’t think it’s strange the cast wasn’t invited considering Vanderpump isn’t getting along with most of her co-stars.
Kyle tells AllAboutTRH EXCLUSIVELY, “I do not think it was odd that we weren’t invited. “
The RHOBH star also says it “makes sense that they were filming” for season 9 at the opening party.
As for fan theories that Camille Grammer, who attended the opening of Vanderpump’s Cocktail Garden, would be ostracized by the rest of the cast, Kyle says there’s “no truth” to the rumor.
“No truth to Camille being ostracized for going,” Kyle admits, adding “I hadn’t even heard that one.”
Meanwhile, while out and about on Thursday night Kyle poked fun at the hashtag #GoodbyeKyle.
On Instagram, Kyle posted a video of her walking by SUR with some friends and joked about going inside and ordering a #GoodbyeKyle.
See the clip below!
— hey sweets (@StuartWeafer) April 5, 2019
After the video went up, some Vanderpump superfans took Kyle to task claiming her video wasn’t in jest and was making fun of Ken Todd.
Kyle denied the claims and said she “would laugh” if Vanderpump and Todd did the same to her business.
Adding, “This fight was 7 months ago. Should I be crying 7 months later?”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs on Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on Bravo.