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Teddi Mellencamp Denies She and Kyle are Morphing into the Same Person – Plus Addresses her Drunken Night in Provence!

Despite what you may think, Teddi isn’t slowly morphing into her new BFF Kyle Richards – at least that’s what she claims in her Bravo Blog!

Fans have noted that Teddi and Kyle Richards have become ‘thick as thieves’ including starting to dress alike and finishing each others sentences. While some have stated it’s a little creepy, others (including Teddi) have insisted their friendship is nothing more than the two finding a common ground from their upbringing. Commenting on the last episode, Teddi states:

Kyle and I have a moment at dinner where we open up about how we’ve become so close. No, as Dorit says, I am not morphing into Kyle. First, I am not flexible enough to do a full split. Second, she truly understands me and, like I say, I feel safe with her. That I can be myself without judgment. I’m not going to downplay that we’ve become such great friends, nor am I going to apologize for it.”

As for their (annoying) antics of baiting Erika?

“Kyle and I have a different kind of moment when we both again harp on about the Rinna Jayne thing. It’s tedious, and I know it watching back. I think it’s what Rinna is trying to explain—that I have other things I’m trying to get at but am not properly expressing. And so when Erika finally gives up and leaves the table (I don’t blame her), I fully break down.”

Teddi also addresses her drunken antics in Provence, admitting that “This is the episode I’ve been dreading all season, mostly because I wasn’t too sure of what happened.”

Per Teddi, “When I say I don’t want to be the moral compass for the group, I’m meaning that as an accountability coach I feel as if any little misstep I may make will be thrown in my face. From Dorit to Camille to LVP, there has been a pattern of throwing my business in my face any time I’m being pointed out for something. Taking accountability doesn’t mean you’re perfect, it means accepting culpability for your actions. So of course my guard goes up when my business, something I’m so proud of, is used against me. I know it’s an extra pressure I put on myself and need to work on.

Therapist Rinna (surprised I haven’t received a bill) also gets to the root of the issue with me and Erika—I put her feelings on me. So when Erika wasn’t in the best mood at breakfast, I immediately make it about me, instead of just letting her have her moment and not absorbing that.

The rest of the evening is just a Teddi-ous mess. But as embarrassing as I was, I can actually learn a bit about myself. I try way too hard to be in control of everything, and I need to loosen up a bit. I don’t need to be the authority on everything. So Kyle had to help me up the stairs. I’m learning that’s okay. I wish I was that person who could be a hot mess, wake up the next morning, and chuckle about it over coffee. But that just isn’t the case, in my own interpretation.”

I admit sometimes I find Teddi refreshing and sometimes annoying, it depends on the episode. As for her friendship with Kyle? It seems the two are clearly on the same page so either they are constantly on the same page or the two talk behind the scenes before going on camera. Perhaps this will get brought up at the reunion?

Thoughts on Teddi’s blog? What do you think of her new friendship with Kyle?

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