Lisa Vanderpump is unhappy with the recent fight that went down between her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-stars, Brandi Glanville and Kyle Richards.
On the latest episode of the show, which aired last Tuesday night, Glanville and Richards attempted to make amends after their physical altercation during the show’s prior episode. Unfortunately, their attempt was unsuccessful, and the two women engaged in yet another heated debate.
Speaking to Perez Hilton on February 6, Lisa Vanderpump opened up about the incident.
“I wasn’t really in the middle of it, I was on the other side of the room, but I don’t like it. I don’t like to see any aggression with women at all, and there’s one person in particular that makes these threats like, ‘I’ll knock your f**king teeth out.’ It’s so far from anything I can possibly fathom. It made me very uncomfortable, but it’s intense and it’s real and, you know, I suppose sh*t happens.”
As for the drama between Glanville and Richards running over onto Richards’ relationship with her sister, Kim, Lisa Vanderpump said she wasn’t a fan of how Glanville has come between them.
“I don’t think Kyle and Kim need somebody dividing them,” she explained. “I don’t understand that and there’s a scene this week where somebody’s telling Kim what a great friend she is, but also putting down Kyle, and there’s no need to do that.”
“They are there forever. At the end of the day, housewives come and go. Television shows come and go, and a lot of friendships come and go, but sisters, they are there forever. They have been together for 40-something years, and you can’t replace that with a friendship that’s only made up on a reality television series.”
Lisa Vanderpump also discussed Yolanda Fosters’ worsening Lyme disease.
“I don’t see her very often, but we have texted and I’ve texted her back. I was kind of, not feeling great myself, and I was like, ‘I really feel for her,’ just having spent five days in bed myself was hard to deal with. It seems to go up and down and it must be very difficult for her. I absolutely wish her well.”
After Tuesday night’s episode aired, Glanville, as reported by the Inquisitr, took to Twitter, where she blamed editors for making her look meaner than she really was.
“I only know what I lived and I’ve only ever been mean when provoked – what you see I’m not in charge of,” Glanville told fans.
For more Lisa Vanderpump, tune into The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
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