‘RHOBH’ Kyle Richards: ‘This Season Was A Little Dark For Me’

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, Kyle Richards, has spoken out about last season. The reality star didn’t have a great time dealing with the drama of others on the show, and being in the middle of huge fights isn’t even close to fun. According to Radar Online, Kyle recently said that this past season wasn’t like the rest.

Richards said:

“This season was a little dark for me,. There are times we actually do have a lot of fun. We travel and there will be drama but we all have a lot of fun, but this one [season] not so much.”

So, does that mean that Kyle Richards is done with RHOBH? Not exactly. Kyle — who recently opened up her own store in Beverly Hills — is fairly easy going. She admits that she is pretty quick to forgive people and move on with life. This was evident in her feud with fellow Housewife, Brandi Glanville. There was a time that the two despised each other, but, clearly, they have moved on.

Kyle explained:

“Being on the ‘Housewives’ there are downside and some negativity to say the least. I’m always the kind of person who can get past things. Life is too short. Even if I’m mad at somebody I bump into them and I’m like ‘Oh shoot, I forgot I was mad at them.'”

There is always some kind of drama on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Interestingly enough, the women just move on from things when you least expect it. For instance, as previously reported by The Inquisitr, Brandi Glanville’s feud with Lisa Vanderpump is still pretty hot and heavy — but, just last week, Brandi partied at Lisa’s new bar, PUMP.

According to WetPaint, Kyle Richards, Brandi Glanville, and Camille Grammer posed for a photo inside the bar and Kyle wrote: “Who ever thought this could happen?… Bygones be bygones.”

Kyle Richards may not be able to change things next season — there is always going to be drama when these ladies are together. However, her newest enemy, Carlton Gebbia, was “fired” from RHOBH, which will cut Kyle’s drama by at least half.

Hopefully, the rest of the cast falls into place and the women are able to enjoy each other’s company a bit more. They had a good groove going for a while, and fans would like to see them get back to a good place. The problem is that drama-free lifestyles aren’t good for reality television — so you know that there will be some problems. It’s all about how Kyle (and the rest of the cast) decides to handle them.

[Photo courtesy of Charles Sykes/Bravo]