The stars of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" are reuniting for an explosive special to air January 30, the first in a three-part series on Bravo.
Taylor Armstrong, Camille Grammer, Adrienne Maloof, Kyle Richards, Lisa Vanderpump and Brandi Glanville are laying it all out with host Andy Cohen -- and Kim Richards makes a surprise appearance in a separate interview, telling Cohen she is now a recovering alcoholic.
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"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Kyle Richards stopped by The Grove to chat with "Extra" host Mario Lopez about her hit reality TV show, her sister Kim's rehab stint, and her new book!
Lopez said he thinks of Kyle as the quarterback of all the drama on "Real Housewives," now in its second season. Kyle explained, "If I'm thinking, feeling something, have to get it off my chest... doesn't always go over well."
Any regrets? "Oh, of course. You know, last season the fight with my sister Kim, I regret that," said the reality TV star. "But I don't regret it as much as I regretted this season's game night. I regretted that a lot more because that just wasn't me. I wasn't true to myself."
A tearful and emotional Taylor Armstrong watched a copy of Bravo's re-edited version of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" premiere several days before it aired on Monday, according to RadarOnline. "She was very moved by heartfelt comments made by each of the Housewives following Russell's suicide. There were a lot of tears shed as she watched the episode," a source close to Taylor revealed.
"Taylor didn't watch the season premiere with any of the Housewives. Kyle, Adrienne and Lisa are in New York City doing press for the show. However, Kyle did call Taylor to check-in with her. Kyle and Taylor are very close. Taylor was very emotional watching it, but she is very supportive of how Bravo is handling Russell's suicide. Taylor believes that watching the show now will be cathartic and healing for her," the insider said.
"Real Housewife" Kyle Richards that has turned out to be the rock Taylor Armstrong and her daughter, Kennedy, so desperately needed after the suicide death of Taylor's estranged husband, Russell Armstrong. Read full story at the Huffington Post.
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Real sparks will continue to fly on Season 2 of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," as Eddie Cibrian's ex-wife, Brandi Glanville, shows considerable tension with show regulars Camille Grammer and Kyle Richards.
Glanville first gets into it with Grammer, and then when Richards tries to intervene, Glanville directs her ire at her.
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Last night's first part of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Reunion" was full of confessions and full lips trash talking, but surprisingly, the elephant in the room (Kim's alleged drinking problem) was barely discussed. Host Andy Cohen eventually asked if Kim has a drinking problem... but fans will have to wait until Tuesday's Part Two for the answer.
If you missed last night's reunion, check out Taylor explaining her side of the story...
"Extra" correspondent AJ Calloway met with "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Kyle Richards in a recent candid interview in which she confessed she has moments of regret and wishes she could take back arguments she had with her sister, Kim.
"Sisters can be sisters, we fight sometimes, we make up. There was so much stuff going on behind the scenes that the audience didn't get to see that led to that night [of the finale]. We're in a good place now."
Richards went on to say that Kim was doing great, despite the explosive season finale shouting match that ensued in the limo.
When asked if there were moments she could take back, the reality star replied, "Some of the stuff that's happened between Camille and me -- I wish we could start over, turn over a new leaf." Kyle said she tried reconciling with Camille, both on and off camera. She also called Grammer's possible $50-million dollar divorce settlement a "fair" amount.