Gang-ups? Not so fast!
Kyle Richards denies that there have ever been gang-ups on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
The RHOBH OG chatted with Entertainment Tonight about the claims that the Beverly Hills Housewives plot and gang up on their fellow co-stars.
Kyle confessed that she was shocked when she first her the allegation of gang-ups on RHOBH.
“First of all, there’s never ever a plot to take anybody down. Things unfold, and then we go with whatever is unfolding, what’s happening in people’s lives at the time,” she said.
She continued, “I think people don’t like that there’s a bond between the five of us and that all stemmed from the season where there were all these big fires in Malibu, and Camille [Grammer] and Denise [Richards] were not able to make it to Provence. That was the season [Lisa] Vanderpump had stopped filming with us, so we just went, the five of us, and we really bonded. There’s a lot of trust between us.”
Kyle also addressed complaints from Sutton Stracke and Garcelle Beauvais about them being left out of the Fox Force Five, which is a group made up of Kyle, Lisa Rinna, Dorit Kemsley, Erika Girardi, and Dorit Kemsley. The group started following the season 10 reunion when the five ladies attended a dinner at Kyle’s house to celebrate the end of the season.
“When new girls come in, Garcelle made a comment, or Sutton, that we got together after the [season 10] reunion, and they came to my house, and they’re like, ‘It was kind of rude.’ I’m like, ‘Welcome to the Housewives!’” she said.
“There’s never been a reunion in all of these years where every single person gets together. It doesn’t happen. These are relationships we’ve had for many, many years now, and these are newer girls, and there’s stuff going on. There’s no trying to exclude. Garcelle and Sutton have dinner, and we’re not invited. No big deal,” she continued.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs on Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Bravo.