Kyle Richards and BFF Teddi Mellencamp reunite to dish on all things Real Housewives.
During a recent episode of the Teddi Tea Pod podcast, Kyle and Teddi shade Lisa Vanderpump as Kyle dishes on her recent dinner bill drama with LVP. Kyle also calls LVP out for quitting the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills while getting asked to name her fakest co-star.
As RHOBH fans know, Lisa and Kyle having going back and forth in the press and on social media after Lisa sent her $132 dinner bill to Kyle during their latest restaurant run-in.
Lisa thought the move was cheeky, while Kyle apparently wasn’t amused at all.
“I saw her call out Kelly Dodd in her restaurant for not paying a bill, like, who actually leaves a restaurant without [paying the bill]?” Teddi said as Kyle recounted her restaurant drama with Lisa. “Like, even if they can call you and get it paid or whatever, even if it’s a joke, even if you left a cash tip, it’s just rude to even put the restaurant in a position to even have to ask that.”
Lisa claims she left an imprint of her credit card to cover the bill if Kyle or the executive producer she was dining with didn’t pick up the tab. However, Kyle says that Lisa called the restaurant afterward to pay her bill because she was “embarrassed” by the ordeal.
“She was embarrassed,” Kyle insisted. “She was like, ‘I am so sorry.’”
Kyle then shamed Lisa for quitting RHOBH because she was accused of selling the puppygate story.
“She signed up to do the Housewives, and she’s gotten a lot out of it,” she quipped. “You know… her restaurants, her shows or whatever. I mean, honestly, in the big scheme of things, our big falling out was [me] saying that people think you [sold] this story and that’s why you leave? I mean, are you kidding me? If this would have happened [on The Real Housewives of New York City], do you think somebody would have never come back again? Like, who cares?”
“It’s not that big of a deal, and it wasn’t that big of a deal,” she continued. “And it didn’t have to come to that, and she should have just said, ‘Okay, believe what you want,’ and moved on. But she’s bitter that it worked out the way it did.”
Teddi then asked Kyle to name her “fakest” season 11 co-star. While Kyle wouldn’t name names, she did admit that everyone in the cast has been fake at one point or another.
“I’m going, to be honest. There are a lot of fake moments I see with a lot of people across the board where I kind of go, ‘Oh my gosh,’” she said, adding, “It even comes up on the show, so stay tuned for that.”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs on Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Bravo.
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