Andy Cohen Dishes on How the RHOBH Cast Has Adapted Without Lisa Vanderpump Plus, Reveals When Brandi Glanville Will Appear on Season 10

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Andy Cohen is dishing on the supersized drama that’s about to make it’s way to the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

In a new interview with Entertainment Tonight, Andy reveals when Brandi Glanville will be making her season 10 debut. He also talks about how the RHOBH cast has adapted without OG Lisa Vanderpump.

RHOBH fans are eager to find out what REALLY went down between Brandi and Denise Richards. For months now, Brandi has been playing coy and hinting on social media that she and Denise are much more than friends. While Brandi claims she and Denise have “hooked up” on more than one occasion, the former Bond girl denies the claim. Denise also insists that she and hubby Aaron Phyphers don’t have an open marriage, as Brandi suggests.

At this point, the drama is she said, she said, and we won’t know the TRUTH until it airs on RHOBH.

According to Andy, Brandi’s season 10 debut is still a few episodes away.

“[Brandi] makes her first appearance at episode 10,” Andy teases. He adds that everything this season “plays when it is relevant to play,” including Denise’s infamous “Bravo, Bravo, f**king Bravo” moment.

Fans expected Denise’s Bravo moment to air last week since it went down during that dinner; however it was omitted from the episode. Yet, fans should fret it will show up in a flashback scene down the line.

Meanwhile, Andy also talked about how the RHOBH cast has adapted without OG Lisa Vanderpump. Lisa stopped filming in the middle of season 9 and swiftly announced she wouldn’t be back for season 10.

“I think what’s great about the show this season is, I know that a lot of [Lisa Vanderpump’s] fans didn’t like it that — they felt like she was kind of the focus of a lot of drama that they didn’t want her to be involved in,” Andy shares.

He continued, “So, I think it’s great that the women were able to move in their own directions and they’re certainly a group of MVPs, and there’s a lot going on this season without Lisa and, you know, it’s great. It’s a whole energized show, and people are really loving it, and the ratings are up.”

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs on Wednesdays at 8 p.m. EST on Bravo.

Thoughts on Andy’s comments? How do you think RHOBH is doing sans LVP? Are you looking forward to Brandi’s season 10 appearances?

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