Season 10 isn’t all diamonds and rosé for Denise Richards.
The season 10 premiere of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills was a “nightmare” for the former Bond girl to relive.
As fans saw at the end of episode one, Denise has a MAJOR fall out with her RHOBH c0-stars. Denise eventually stopped filming with the cast in December as a result of all the drama.
And while everyone assumes the drama between Denise and the RHOBH cast stems from Denise’s rumored hookup with Brandi Glanville. It seems that’s only the tip of the iceberg.
“Denise has to relive the nightmare and stress caused by all of the drama from RHOBH,” a source told Us Weekly. “She doesn’t understand why the cast was just out to get her from the beginning of filming. A lot went down behind the scenes that sadly will never be known when Denise wasn’t filming.”
The source adds that “Brandi came back to create drama, and Denise was the target” of the majority of it.
Another source says that Denise is “truly worried” about how the drama will play out during season 10.
“Her three daughters are old enough now to read about and understand it,” the source claimed, adding that Denise doesn’t want her girls “to have to deal with” the fallout from the drama.
“Denise and her girls have been through enough,” the source added.
Meanwhile, Kyle Richards appeared on an Instagram Live with BravoTV and explained Denise’s “Bravo, Bravo, f–king Bravo” moment.
As we saw in the last 5 minutes or so of episode one, Denise shockingly breaks the fourth wall during filming and acknowledges the network behind Real Housewives.
Kyle explained that during season 1 of RHOBH, the OGs used to say Bravo and deliberately talk to Andy Cohen thru the camera when they weren’t finished doing their touchups in between filming breaks.
She adds that at the time, they knew Bravo wouldn’t use the clips.
“Season one there was a joke the original Housewives and myself had that when we wanted to touch up our lipstick or put some powder on…, and we didn’t want them to film us yet we would joke and say, ‘Bravo, Bravo, Hi Andy Cohen.’ We would laugh so that they wouldn’t use the footage because you can’t break the fourth wall and acknowledge that we are on a show.”
Kyle says that someone must have told Denise about this, and she thought that if she broke the fourth wall, Bravo wouldn’t use the footage.
Well, it turns out Bravo doesn’t give a s–t because they used the footage.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs on Wednesdays at 8 p.m. EST on Bravo.