Could Lisa Rinna be leaving The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills after just one season? While the upcoming installment of the show has yet to be confirmed, Rinna appears to be exploring her options when it comes to her career.
On March 23, Lisa Rinna took to Twitter, where she shared the following message with fans.
“Up next… Job interview… Big one. Fingers crossed.”
Although the tweet certainly doesn’t mean Lisa Rinna definitely won’t come back to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, it could be she’s considering the idea. After all, her first season with the show wasn’t exactly without incident.
Early on during Season 5, Lisa Rinna got on the bad side of Kim Richards after asking her if she had been drinking after observing some odd behavior. Although Richards later admitted to taking a pain pill she had not been prescribed, she didn’t appreciate Rinna’s confrontation.
Then, a couple of episodes ago, Lisa Rinna attempted to smooth things over with Richards, apologizing for possibly inserting herself into Richards’ business when she didn’t belong. Unfortunately, Richards wasn’t willing to accept the apology and instead confronted Lisa Rinna about an alleged “situation at home,” although she didn’t reveal what that situation was.
While Lisa Rinna may be looking into other career paths, a source recently claimed she and Eileen Davidson, who also joined the show for Season 5, would be returning for Season 6. As the Inquisitr reported, the two women have been great additions to the show.
“Producers of the show were very, very happy with Lisa and Eileen’s performances in front of the camera,” an insider told Radar Online earlier this month.
“They balanced each other out. Lisa is a bit more aggressive, with a no-frills, take-no-prisoners attitude. Eileen is refined, elegant and all class, which made her scenes with Kim Richards even stronger because she did snap a couple of times.”
Prior to Lisa Rinna and Davidson being added to the show, producers reportedly considered canning the series, but now, they are certain the show will go on.
“Before the ladies joined the cast, there were serious doubts about whether or not the show would proceed. It had just reached the point where Bravo was just going to cut it, but everyone is so glad that didn’t happen.”
For more Lisa Rinna, tune into The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
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