The beautiful restaurateur starred on two reality TV shows on two different networks on Monday night. And after performing on ABC’s DWTS, Lisa dished to reporters about the explosive RHOBH finale and reunion show on Bravo.
When asked about her confrontation on the reunion show with frenemy Kyle Richards, Lisa said, “It’s actually pretty gentle but it’s very honest. I’d been through the reunion [show] last year when they kind of really ganged up [on me] and I had a huge amount of support from the audience. It broke the record of Bravo support on blogs and I really felt this time I wasn’t going to take it lying down. I was going to stand up and say, ‘hey, this is what’s going on’ and I felt the way the whole thing played out this season Kyle was divided and I’m not like that. You’ve gotta pick one side of the fence. You sit on the fence too long you get splinters in your a–.”
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Lisa and Kyle were once close friends, but the restaurateur claimed, “She changed that. You saw that and this production company has so much integrity and the fact is they really tell the true story.”
Meanwhile, Adrienne Maloof got dissed on the reunion show for not even showing up, and Lisa told reporters after DWTS, where she improved her performance from last week, “I think you have to understand when you sign up for something, it’s a job and the reunion is where everything comes to fruition and where you hash it out. The fans demand that; they want that, the same way they want us to blog. My blog is there every week. I respond to my fans and that’s part of the job so yeah, she [Adrienne] got the hoof. She said she walked away but she didn’t. She got the big Maloof hoof! And you can quote me on that!”
One of the big surprises on RHOBH was how Lisa and Brandi Glanville developed a friendship. “She was coming on [the show originally] as my kind of nemesis. But look at her! Straightforward. Straight shooter! I like that. I don’t want to be blindsided . I think the audience knows me well enough to go, okay, she’s a good girl, Brandi.” Lisa laughed, “If you take the expletives out of her vocabulary, she’s a great girl!”