Bravo fans are questioning “what’s wrong” with RHOBH alum Denise Richards after her “hot f–king mess” return to the show.
However, it’s unclear if Denise’s return to the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills was as triumphant as fans expected due to the actress’ odd and “hot mess” behavior.
Following the November 29th episode of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, fans took to social media to question Denise’s behavior.
“I don’t wanna eat that stuff. I’ve smoked weed twice in my life, and I’m good. I’m not gonna say who I did that with,” Denise said as she broke the fourth wall by looking straight into the Bravo camera, then winking and smiling.
During dinner, Denise continued to make several odd facial expressions. When everyone at the table wondered where Kyle and co-star Sutton Stracke were, Denise quipped, “Did she have too much of the hors d’oeuvres?”
“Well, you know what I’m talking about,” she continued while pursing her lips to one side.
As the dinner turned dramatic, Denise mainly stayed silent except for her facial expressions, which did all of the talking.
Viewers couldn’t help but notice Denise’s strange behavior and flocked to Twitter to voice their thoughts over what was “wrong” with the former Bond girl.
“Denise Richard’s [sic] was a HOT F***ING MESS tonight,” one person tweeted.
“I love denise richards… but my sis looks CRAZY,” another Real Housewives of Beverly Hills fan wrote.
“What’s wrong w Denise?” a third fan asked.
“I think it’s safe to assume that Denise Richards got her pre-party on. I’m fully here for it, though,” another hypothesized.
“what is up with denise and all of these faces she’s making?” one Bravo fan wondered.
“What’s going on with Denise Richard [sic]? She doesn’t seem like herself…….” another fan wrote agreement.
“denise is on another planet & I’m living,” someone else tweeted.
“Was Denise Richards on something last night? No offense, she just seemed wayyy too out of it,” one more fan wrote.
Denise starred in seasons 9 and 10 of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills before leaving the show in 2020.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs on Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.