Lisa Vanderpump reacted to Jessica Chastain‘s call for her to return to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills in a series of posts on Twitter earlier this week.
After the actress appeared on Watch What Happens Live last Thursday, where she named Vanderpump as the former cast member she’d like to see return, and later told Andy Cohen it was “his move” in a tweet, a discussion was launched between the two women in regard to the cast of the upcoming 13th season of the Bravo reality series.
“Ummm your move [Andy Cohen]!” Jessica tweeted on January 8, along with a screenshot of Vanderpump responding to an article about her WWHL comment.
Last Thursday, just as Lisa Rinna confirmed her departure from RHOBH after eight seasons, a fan called into the WWHL: After Show, to question Jessica about who she’d bring back to RHOBH if it were up to her.
“If you could bring back one former housewife of [RHOBH] to join next season’s cast, who would it be and why?” the person asked.
“[Vanderpump] was the best. I mean, I love… I want to see her and [Kyle Richards] together again,” she revealed.
“Maybe you have to get rid of someone in order to bring her back,” Jessica added to Andy.
But in response to Jessica’s request for her to return, Vanderpump declined, telling the actress, via Twitter, “No Jessica You do it.”
“HA! I don’t live in Beverly Hills. I’m an east coast gal,” Jessica replied.
“Don’t worry they don’t either,” Vanderpump then wrote.
And as Jessica expressed laughter and Vanderpump said she “had better shut up,” Andy got in on the action.
“Keep going!” he encouraged.
While a Vanderpump return may be a long shot, given what she’s said about the idea in the past, Kyle seemed open to the idea days ago when she shared a throwback video of the two of them joking together on RHOBH season nine.
Prior to her exit, Rinna weighed in on a potential return from Vanderpump, saying on E! News that her former castmate was the person she’d least like to see back. As for who she wanted to see return the most, that honor went to Brandi Glanville, who was recently named as part of the