Lisa Rinna Does Not Want Lisa Vanderpump to Return to RHOBH, Shares Who She Wants Back, and Talks “Love Hate” Relationship With Fans

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RHOBH's Lisa Rinna Says She Does Not Want LVP to Return, Shares Who She Wants Back, and Talks "Love Hate" Relationship With Fans

Lisa Rinna shared her thoughts on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast while attending the 48th annual People’s Choice Awards on Monday.

While walking the red carpet at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California, where the RHOBH cast, and the cast of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, were nominated for Best Reality Show of 2022 but lost to The Kardashians, Rinna admitted she does not want to see Lisa Vanderpump back on the show while also revealing who she’d like to see return instead.

While chatting with Laverne Cox for E! News on December 6, Rinna, who was donning a “YSL Parisian moment,” was asked which past cast member she’d least like to see return.

“Lisa Vanderpump. Oh!” she replied.

Then, when asked who she’d most want to return, Rinna named “Brandi Glanville,” who was featured in a full-time role from season three through season five and has been featured in cameo roles in the years since.

As RHOBH fans well know, Rinna faced backlash after accusing Kathy Hilton of threatening to destroy her sister, Kyle Richards, during a meltdown amid their girls trip to Aspen. However, as she told Laverne, she doesn’t really mind the hate she receives from viewers.

“I love [the fans]. It’s a love hate relationship. You know, I get a lot of love. I get a lot of hate. And I love it all,” she confirmed.

Rinna then said that when it comes to which castmate she wishes she was closer to, there isn’t one.

“No one right now. I’m fine. I’m good,” she stated.

In addition to their nominations for Best Reality Show of 2022, the Real Housewives franchise’s Garcelle Beauvais, Kandi BurrussKenya Moore and Kyle also received nods for Best Reality TV Star of 2022 but lost to Khloe Kardashian.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 13 is expected to go into production sometime in early 2023.