Warning: THE DRAMA IS COMING TO BEVERLY Hills.
And from the looks of it, Denise Richards is at the center of it all.
In a new interview, Erika Girardi is teasing the upcoming tenth season of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and the drama that goes down between the cast and the former Bond girl.
“We all had Denise’s back. It’s not, like, bash Denise. It’s not that anyone dislikes Denise,” Erika explained to Us Weekly.
Erika admits that after the group repeatedly questioned Denise and she would just walk away, leaving everyone guessing.
“It was this series of events in which we asked Denise certain questions, and Denise would repeatedly either leave or not answer those questions,” Erika confessed. “So when that happens in this group, the next time we see you, we’re going to ask the same question. It just never was resolved. At the end, you had the coup de grâce.”
Erika insisted the ladies weren’t demanding that Denise “put everything out there,” but says they simply wanted her to fill in some of the blanks, adding that the entire situation was super frustrating.
“We’d be there for five minutes and then leave,” Erika said. “And then when we’re all there for hours and trying to make the show … all we needed to have was a simple conversation.”
Rumors suggest that the casts issues with Denise stem from her drama with Brandi Glanville, however, Erika says that’s not the case at all.
As we’ve reported time and time again, during season 10, Brandi claims she and Denise hooked up and also insists that Denise and her hubby Aaron Phyphers have an open marriage. Denise has denied the claims, but Brandi continues to insist she has proof she’s telling the truth. Brandi spilled all of this to their RHOBH casts while also showing them text messages between her and Denise, which caused even more drama between the ladies.
“The alleged Brandi thing came after our … I don’t want to say conflict, but our discovering things,” Erika said. “Denise was, it was just different. You’ll see.”
“In situations like this, the cast is always divided,” she added. “I don’t think it created too many ripples within the cast, but I think that there were those that sort of sided with this person and those that sided with the other. That always happens.”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills returns to Bravo for season 10 on Wednesday, April 15, at 8 p.m. EST.