While appearing on SiriusXM’s Entertainment Weekly Live, Garcelle opened up about what Lisa told her about her potential second season before revealing that when it comes to returning, she and Denise Richards won’t be appearing on season 11 without each other. She also confirmed Brandi Glanville wasn’t the only cast member who received a letter of cease and desist.
“At the reunion, actually, Rinna said, ‘Your first season is always nice and pleasant and the second one, they come for you.’ And I said, ‘Is that a warning?’ She goes, ‘Yes!'” Garcelle revealed on August 6. “So, I’m a little scared. I’m a little scared.”
Garcelle was then asked about returning to RHOBH for its upcoming season. She said that she and Denise have talked things over and have decided not to go back unless the other is also returning.
“I hope [Denise comes back]. We talked about that yesterday and I said, ‘I hope so.’ She’s like, ‘If you don’t come back, I’m not coming back.’ I’m like, ‘If you don’t come back, I’m not coming back,’” Garcelle recalled.
Also during the appearance, Garcelle revealed that Denise sent cease and desists to more than one cast member.
“Some people got it. I did not get a cease and desist. It’s amazing that she was able to do that honestly,” Garcelle shared, according to a report from People.
While Garcelle didn’t name names, she told host Jessica Shaw that “Rinna’s gonna bring it up” at the reunion.
As fans may have seen, Lisa and Garcelle seemed to endure a falling out at the reunion and haven’t been on good terms since. In fact, earlier this week, after Garcelle mentioned Lisa’s daughter Amelia Hamlin‘s eating disorder on the August 5 episode of RHOBH, Lisa slammed Garcelle as “nasty” and accused her of “mom-shaming” after she suggested Lisa shouldn’t be sharing videos of herself dancing nearly n*ked on Instagram.
Prior to Lisa’s diss, Garcelle appeared on Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood podcast, where she shared her post-reunion status with Lisa after claiming Lisa and her castmates were “too harsh” on Denise at the taping.
“I wouldn’t say it’s over. But we’re not going to have any sleepovers anytime soon,” she shared.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 10 airs on Wednesdays at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
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