Kyle Richards made it clear she wasn’t happy with Ken Todd’s recent “birthday tweet” rant when she went on her own epic 29 tweet tirade but she continued dishing the dirt on Ken, Lisa Vanderpump, and Camille Grammer when she stopped by Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen following part 2 of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion.
A caller asked Kyle how she felt about LVP’s hubby claiming that the RHOBH cast decided to make season 9 about PuppyGate instead of their “lawsuits, rehab, business misdoings, and bankruptcies.”
“Ken was saying that we’re all wanting to talk about PuppyGate because we don’t wanna talk about what’s really going on in our lives, but honestly, I think that Ken wants to talk about everything that’s going on with our husbands’ lives and everyone else just because he doesn’t wanna talk about what really happened at the beginning of the season with Lisa and the dog coming out at Vanderpump Dogs,” Kyle explained. “We’re supposed to talk about what happens between the women on the show and our relationship. Our husbands, our children, did not sign up for this show; we did, so that’s what we talk about. And we talked about with Lisa what happened on camera. And we’re supposed to be honest; that’s why we’re here.”
Kyle then moved on to discuss her “wishy-washy” friend Camille’s claims from part 2 of the season 9 reunion.
During part 2 of the reunion, Camille declared that producers forced her to invite the RHOBH cast to her wedding in Hawaii.
Kyle admitted to Andy that she was hurt by Camille’s comment especially since she was a bridesmaid in Camille’s wedding. She also insisted that producers never forced Camille to invite anyone to her wedding.
“First of all, we all know — we all know — that that’s not true,” Kyle told Andy. “They can’t make you invite anyone to anything, so it was really a slap in the face. We all really do have the option to go if we’re invited to something or not. We left our families, and it was a slap in the face! I was asked to be a bridesmaid. I thought I was — I was touched!”
Andy then asked about Camille’s storm-off at the end of part 2 of the reunion and her claim that she was “set up” to look bad by the cast.
“It’s not being set up. We’re on a show. We’re supposed to be talking about how we feel about a certain situation. Obviously, we’re gonna address things that she said and did,” Kyle insisted. “That’s not a setup.”
Meanwhile, on the WWHL After Show, a caller asked Kyle who she’d replace Lisa Vanderpump with from the other Real Housewives franchises.
Kyle started off by saying, “Well, there’s no replacing Lisa” before adding, “I would have to pick Bethenny or NeNe because I’m friends with them and it would be fun to have them in L.A.”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 9 reunion concludes on Tuesday, July 30 at 9 p.m. EST on Bravo.
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Source: Too Fab