In a post shared to her Instagram Stories over the weekend, Lisa, who has been starring on the reality series since its fifth season in 2014, suggested that Bravo is behind the many show disputes before encouraging her fans and followers to contact them and demand change.
“Tell Bravo you want to see the fun again, you are tired of the fighting and you want to see our lives, you want belly laughs, you want fun, and you want the glamour,” Lisa wrote in her Instagram Story, which was shared by Queens of Bravo on Twitter on September 20.
According to Lisa, she and her castmates would love to spotlight the happier times in their lives but because the network has chosen to focus on their drama, they have been unable to do so.
“We want that too, but they think you want to see us fighting all the time. Please write to [Bravo] tell them you want fun and joy and laughter and the glamour brought back! Please!!” she continued.
During the show, Lisa continued to question Denise about her alleged affair with Brandi Glanville before showing up to the reunion special with text messages sent between the two of them in an apparent effort to prove Denise was lying about the nature of their relationship. However, when confronted about her behavior by a fan on Instagram, Lisa suggested her “mean girl” demeanor was part of her job.
“Don’t you find it strange that your job is to attack other women for the profit of mostly men? What happened to your acting career? You could definitely still gets [sic] parts somewhere,” the fan wrote.
“It’s a TV show. Do you do a TV show with your friends?” Lisa replied.
“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 SiriusXM’s Entertainment Weekly Live in August. “So, I’m a little scared. I’m a little scared.”