Lisa Rinna shared a cryptic tweet with fans last week, which seemed to hint at her exit from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. As the Inquisitr reported, the tweet caused confusion among fans, and her co-stars, alike, but luckily, there doesn’t appear to be any truth to what her tweet appeared to stand for.
What I do know is I’ve had many jobs everything always works out the way it’s suppose to. One door closes another one opens. It’s all good.
— lisa rinna (@lisarinna) June 25, 2015
Although fans reacted badly to Lisa Rinna’s tweet, fearing she was leaving the show after just one season, she later confirmed the tweet was not in regard to her future with Bravo. During a June 26 interview with Entertainment Tonight Online, Lisa Rinna explained the tweet.
“There’s no message to it. I’m not giving away anything. I think that there’s been some changes and things that have gone on that I wanted to put out in the universe that life goes on and it’s OK. It doesn’t always feel good maybe when you don’t get asked back to a show or you decide you’re going to go in another direction on a show. I think maybe I was putting that out for whoever might need that at this moment.”
In other words, just because Brandi Glanville wasn’t asked back to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills doesn’t mean her life will come to an end. Although the elimination of Glanville’s full-time role on the show may have come as a major blow to the mother of two, Lisa Rinna hopes she will continue to succeed in life. On the show, Glanville and Rinna butted heads often, but judging by her kind tweet, Rinna isn’t holding a grudge.
As for her latest tweets, Lisa Rinna appears to have been more clear with fans. In fact, she’s hinted she will return to the show not once, but twice.
Here we go… pic.twitter.com/K1KNh4cL4i
— lisa rinna (@lisarinna) June 27, 2015
Although Lisa Rinna didn’t mention The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills in the tweet above, she re-tweeted a message from Lisa Vanderpump, which spoke of Season 6, and included a photo from production.
— lisa rinna (@lisarinna) June 24, 2015
Lisa Rinna, along with her fellow soap star Eileen Davidson, joined the Bravo show during Season 5, replacing Joyce Giraud and Carlton Gebbia, who were booted after just one season on the show.
[Photo via Twitter]