Lisa Rinna Clarifies if Family is Getting Reality Show After RHOBH Exit and Shares Details Behind Viral Pageboy Wig

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Lisa Rinna Denies Family is Getting Reality Show After RHOBH Exit and Shares Details Behind Pageboy Wig at Paris Fashion Week

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Lisa Rinna addressed reports that her family will star in a new reality show. Many fans have expressed excitement about such a project after Lisa’s shocking exit from Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

The star’s family is equally famous, and it includes her actor husband Harry Hamlin and model daughters Amelia and Delilah, all of whom were featured on RHOBH.

Speaking with Page Six’s Virtual Reali-Tea podcast, Lisa addressed the rumors that her family is set to film the new show.

“That’s not true. None of that’s true,” she said. “I don’t know where somebody got that.”

The star, however, said she’d perhaps consider the idea in the future: “Listen, I never say no to anything, so I would never say, ‘I will never do something.’ But that is not true.”

In March, Lisa teased the possibility while speaking with CR Fashion Book. However, in the recent podcast interview, Lisa explained that she and her family don’t have time for such a project.

“My family’s really busy right now. I’m not sure I could even get anybody to do a show with me,” said Lisa. “They’re all working so much and so busy that I’m not sure we could even be in the same place to do a show, which is great.”

Addressing her daughter Delilah’s new singing career, the mother-of-two expressed, “She’s always had a great voice. It’s not something that anybody has really known, and we’ve always known it … I’m so happy that she’s doing something with it and finally releasing a song, and she did her own video. She did all of it on her own with her own people.”

“Harry and I know nothing about the music industry, so this has been really fun to watch, and we’re so proud. And I think the song is amazing,” Lisa continued, referring to Delilah’s single, “Nothing Lasts Forever.” “I think it gets in your head instantly. I love the video; I think it’s really vulnerable.”

Delilah, who previously opened up about her mental health journey, is “doing so well,” despite having seizures while filming the music video, said Lisa.

The 59-year-old also addressed the photos of her own bowl-cut wig, which went viral after fans compared it to Stranger Things character Will Byers.

“The pageboy wig that flipped everybody out! They didn’t know what to do with that,” said Lisa. “I would’ve never guessed that little pageboy wig would’ve created such a stir.”

She explained how the wig idea was formed: “It was in the background and I … showed them the outfit and they were like, ‘Would you ever wear that wig?’ And I looked at it and I went, ‘Oh yeah, I like that.’ And he put it on and I went, ‘Oh my God, it looks really good with the outfit.’”

“I’ve had such a ball doing that kind of stuff,” Lisa went on, alluding to her various hairstyles, makeup choices, and ensembles. “It’s like my own version of drag … I’ve always said I’m a gay man trapped in a woman’s body — or my kids call me that. My kids are like, ‘You’re a gay man trapped in a woman’s body.’”


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