Kyle Richards appeared on Thursday night’s episode of the home edition of Watch What Happens Live. During her appearance, she opened up about her most recent run-in with her former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-star, Lisa Vanderpump, and Lisa’s husband, Ken Todd.
Before addressing the affair rumors regarding Denise Richards and Brandi Glanville and opening up about new cast members Garcelle Beauvais and Sutton Stracke, Kyle spoke to host Andy Cohen about the awkward moment that took place between herself and Lisa at a restaurant.
“I [saw] her twice at Neiman Marcus and once… It’s just so hilarious. The second time I saw [Lisa] she didn’t see me and I sort of like hid, to be honest. But this last time I saw her at a restaurant,” Kyle told Andy during the April 2 episode.
According to Kyle, she and her party were passing the table where Lisa and her husband were dining before the hostess sat them right next to the couple.
“I said, ‘Hello,’ and to be honest, she was just, you know, short and then Ken came up after and I stood up and I gave him a hug and he said, ‘Why are you giving me a hug? I kicked you out of our home.’ And I said, ‘I can still give you a hug, Ken,'” Kyle recalled. “I do care about them but that was the last time I saw them.”
“Yes, very much so,” she replied. “And that’s where everything sort of fell apart with the cast and everybody, not really divided. It just, it was a shock, for sure.”
While Kyle was taken completely off-guard by the rumors regarding Denise and Brandi, she was pleasantly surprised by the additions of Garcelle and Sutton.
“They’re great additions to the show. I’ve gotten really close to Sutton, more-so than Garcelle. She was doing another show at the same time, too, but… I’m excited to have them on the show,” Kyle stated.
With the ongoing restrictions in Los Angeles requiring people to stay home as much as possible, Kyle and the rest of the ladies in Beverly Hills, as well as much of the country, have been unable to keep up with their normal routines, including their face “tuneups.” When a caller phoned in to ask how they’ve been holding up, Kyle joked that the facilities in her town would soon start “sneaking people in the backdoor.”
“Every day we check in with each other actually, some of us that are talking. We share our fears, our anxiety, which a lot of us have right now. Then we share our boredom and we talk about our looks and our face, how we feel like we are falling apart,” Kyle admitted. “I had to color my own gray hair the other day. If anyone would just not do anything again, it would level the playing field and it would be great. [But] I feel like they’re going to be sneaking people in the backdoor soon.”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 10 premieres on April 15 at 8 p.m. on Bravo.
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