‘RHOBH’: Lisa Rinna Hints This Former Housewife Is Leaking Negative Stories About Season 10
Lisa Rinna is getting candid about The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 10. The reality show is wrapping up production on the new season that is expected to air sometime in the first months of 2020.
Weeks ago it was rumored that the ladies were having a lackluster drama-free season following Lisa Vanderpump’s exit. This has led to believe prompted producers to call back former housewives to spruce things up.
Now, Rinna is hinting of which former co-star is possibly behind all the negative press the new season is getting.
Rinna made a guest appearance on Brad Goreski’s podcast Bad Behavior where she spilled the tea on season 10 of RHOBH. When the host asked, “Do you think that people are saying there’s [no drama] because of the extraction of that one person that’s no longer there?”, Lisa replied, “Of course.” The television personality that has acting credits on Veronica Mars hinted that it was Vanderpump who was spreading negative rumors.
Goreski then asked, “Do you think that’s coming from a specific source?” Rinna used her sarcasm to answer saying, “What do you think Brad? What I’m going to say is you should tune in.”
Rinna completely shut down the rumors that it’s a dull season.
“What I can say is everything you’re hearing about nothing going on and it is a boring season, I’m going to say that’s not true,” Rinna explained. “It’s just not. There’s a lot of different things going on. The show is great because we’ve moved forward and new stories are being told and you’re getting to know new cast members. That’s always fresh and exciting.”
Lisa Vanderpump returning to ‘RHOBH’?
Vanderpump quit RHOBH after the Puppygate scandal and after she felt the other girls were ganging up on her. All the drama started when Kyle Richards accused her of leaking stories to the media to get ahead of the story. In doing so, Vanderpump wanted to control the narrative and make sure her dog foundation didn’t receive negative press.
With season 10 moving forward without her, Vanderpump has continuously said in different interviews Bravo desperately wanted her back.
“Bravo, even you know, said to me, ‘What about in the future?’ I’m like, This is now,” Vanderpump told Us Weekly. “And that’s then. I’m really in a different place in my life now.”
In another interview, Vanderpump revealed when she decided to leave RHOBH.
“I had a great time on Housewives,” Vanderpump told People. “But to have negativity during a time in my life when I needed to try to be positive … I decided it was over.”
Vanderpump was going through the loss of her brother at the time and had a difficult time coping with it and managing the drama from the show.
“I shouldn’t have even committed to do that season,” she said. “If I had had my choice, I would have just wallowed in grief. I wasn’t ready.”
Camille Grammer and other housewives return
For season 10 of RHOBH, Camille Grammer will be making a return to the show to spice things up. Not only is the OG housewife coming back, but Brandi Glanville as well.
A fan recently asked Andy Cohen why so many former housewives were making a comeback if the rumors of a lackluster season weren’t true.
“Because we try to bring them back pretty much every single year at some point,” the producer replied.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is set to return for its tenth season in 2020 on Bravo.