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Lisa Vanderpump Reveals Which RHOBH Star She Wants a Friendship With Again, Admits Bravo Asked Her to Return Plus She Nabs the Award for Best Female Reality TV Star

Lisa Vanderpump Reveals Which RHOBH Star She Wants a Friendship With Again, Admits Bravo Asked Her to Return Plus She Nabs the Award for Best Female Reality TV Star

Lisa Vanderpump Reveals Which RHOBH Star She Wants a Friendship With Again, Admits Bravo Asked Her to Return Plus She Nabs the Award for Best Female Reality TV Star

Lisa Vanderpump won’t be appearing on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 10, but is she open to returning to the show in the future?

While attending the National Film and TV Awards on Tuesday, where she won the award for Best Female Reality TV Star, Lisa confirmed that Bravo TV has already asked her to come back. Then, she admitted to wanting a friendship with a current RHOBH cast member and looked back on her experience at BravoCon.

“Bravo, even you know, said to me, ‘What about in the future?’ I’m like, This is now,” Lisa explained to Us Weekly. “And that’s then. I’m really in a different place in my life now.”

Lisa quit RHOBH in June after feuding with her co-stars during season nine over a story she allegedly leaked about Dorit Kemsley abandoning a chihuahua mix she adopted from Vanderpump Dogs.

Although Lisa isn’t ready to return to the show quite yet, she does regret not getting to know Denise Richards better after she joined the series in 2018.

“With Denise, I really don’t know her very well, she was always really quite nice to me. I heard — I didn’t watch the show — that she got caught up in nastiness against me at the end or whatever, but I didn’t have a relationship with her prior to the show,” she explained.

“I really wanted to rebuild it with Denise. I’m sure she’s a very nice woman,” Lisa added.

After Tuesday night’s event, Lisa shared a photo of herself on stage accepting her award and thanked fans for their votes.

“Thank you for voting for me as your Best Female Reality TV Star! I’m honored to have won the NFTA National Film & TV Award,” she wrote on Instagram.

Looking back at her time at last month’s BravoCon, Lisa said she was thrilled with the “overwhelming” fan support she received.

“When I walked on the stage I felt the love, but I think people are so invested in our lives and they saw the kind of trials and tribulations and me losing my brother, then being kind of, eschewed by housewives, them kind of all turning on me together, and then me losing my mother at the same time, it was all very convoluted, complicated,” Lisa explained. “The people that watch and supported me, the comments, the love, endless wonderful messages that people have really helped me when I’ve been at my lowest.”

“It’s been an incredible experience,” she continued. “Over the years, it’s given me so much. Look what it’s done, to have Congress open the doors to us. We had the resolution 401 and saved 1,300 dogs since we opened. I wouldn’t have that attention, that support, without Bravo.”

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 10 will air on Bravo TV sometime next year and the eighth season of Lisa’s spinoff, Vanderpump Rules, premieres on January 7 at 9 p.m.

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