Lisa Rinna spoke out on her Instagram Stories on Thursday after facing online rumors suggesting she was one of the two women who recently contacted Andy Cohen to complain about her daughters not being included in his upcoming Bravo Kids special on Watch What Happens Live.
After fans suspected Lisa was upset to see that Amelia Hamlin and Delilah Hamlin wouldn’t be featured, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star denied calling “Big Daddy.” Plus, the daughter of former The Real Housewives of Orange County cast member Lauri Peterson, Ashley Zarlin, reached out to Andy on Twitter about being left out.
“My kids were asked to do it. It wasn’t me calling Big Daddy,” Lisa confirmed on April 8.
After noting that both of her children had been asked but seemingly turned the opportunity down, the RHOBH star admitted that she was curious about who it was who called Andy.
“But now I want to know who called,” Lisa added.
Earlier this week, after confirming his upcoming WWHL special would include 13 children of past and present Real Housewives, including Brielle Biermann, Riley Burruss, Frankie Catania, Briana Culberson, Gia Giudice, Shane Keough, Victoria de Lesseps, Albie and Chris Manzo, Brooks Marks, Noelle Robinson, Avery Singer, and Kairo Whitfield, Andy revealed he heard from two women who wanted to know why their daughters weren’t asked to participate.
“I heard from two moms yesterday, saying, ‘Why wasn’t my daughter included?’” he shared on his Radio Andy talk show.
Meanwhile, after seeing the announcement about the special on Twitter, Ashley, who appeared on RHOC alongside her mother throughout the first four seasons of the show, tweeted to Andy.
“I thought you loved me,” she wrote on April 6.
Right away, Andy offered a response.
“Ashley! I doooooo,” he replied.
No word yet on when the Bravo Kids special will air.
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