The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills taglines have arrived.
Ahead of the series’ 11th season premiere, fans got a sneak peek at the opening credits of the Bravo reality series, which included the newly single Erika Jayne seemingly giving viewers an update on how she’s coping with her messy divorce and legal drama with estranged husband Thomas Girardi.
“The strongest substance on Earth isn’t diamonds. It’s me,” Erika declares.
As RHOBH fans have likely heard, Erika and Thomas were accused of embezzling millions from his past clients in late 2020 and have faced a number of lawsuits in the months since. Thomas has also been stripped of several legal awards and forced into involuntary bankruptcy.
Other taglines are as follows.
Lisa Rinna: “My lips are legendary, and they will never gloss over the truth.”
Dorit Kemsley: “Dress like there’s no tomorrow. And then tomorrow, do it again.”
Garcelle Beauvais: “If you want a starring role in my life, you better drop the attitude.”
Sutton Stracke: “Anyone who doubts my exquisite manners can kiss my exquisite derriére.”
Meanwhile, Kyle states, “This town is a game of chess, but no one’s taking this queen down.”
Not only was Kyle quickly accused of using her tagline to shade ex-RHOBH cast member Lisa Vanderpump, who previously said it was she who was queen, but she also faced backlash for seemingly suggesting she lives in Beverly Hills.
“Kyle needs to stop with ‘in this town’ [and] anything close to it,” one person wrote on Instagram, giving a nod to the fact that Kyle actually lives in Encino, California, which is about 30 minutes north of Beverly Hills.
Although the person had a point, Kyle said it was Bravo, not her, who wanted her to use the tagline.
“Bravo wants that,” Kyle replied.
Kyle also clapped back at a Bravo fanpage that suggested Kyle was pretending to live in Beverly Hills.
“I actually didn’t say Beverly Hills,” Kyle noted.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 11 premieres on Wednesday, May 19, at 8/7c on Bravo.
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