'Real Housewives' Star Eileen Davidson: Wouldn’t Change Any Of The Drama This Year

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is coming to an end and Eileen Davidson is a bit shocked at everything that has happened on this season of the show. Last year, Eileen knew that the drama that happened had to do with Kim Richards' illness and the concerns that she may relapse. Plus, Brandi Glanville had caused unnecessary drama. But Davidson may not have predicted that the drama this season would be about Yolanda Foster's lyme disease and the people who question the diagnosis behind her back.

According to a new Bravo report, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills has now come to an end and only the reunion special remains. And it sounds like it will be a dramatic one, as Davidson knows that there's plenty of drama to go through.

"Never in a million years could I have imagined what would take place this year on RHOBH," The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Eileen Davidson revealed in her blog, sharing that she had no idea that things would spiral so quickly out of control.

"It's been emotional, turbulent, and downright ugly at times. Yolanda has had it the toughest. She's continued to battle Lyme and been isolated from our group at times because of it. She's suffered from the controversy and confusion surrounding the Munchausen's comment," Davidson points out, sharing sympathy for Yolanda.

Yolanda decided to file for divorce from her husband, David Foster. The two clearly struggled this season to make it work, especially when it came to their marriage. David was caught on camera talking about how he didn't think that things would ever go back to the way they once were. It was super sad to hear him talk about how the disease had changed Yolanda, and some of her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-stars knew she was struggling. But Eileen thought that the Munchausens accusations were a bit too much.

"On top of all that, she's had to endure the ending of her marriage to David. Now she's in her new home as a single woman, and I hope this next step is full of great new beginnings. I loved when she and Erika talked about her best days being in front of her. It shows the kind of woman she is: strong, loving and positive," Davidson points out about Foster, revealing that she's one strong woman.

Honesty has been a huge issue on this season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Lisa Vanderpump appears to have been pushed into a corner, where she was caught between various stories. Lisa didn't want to admit to saying much while traveling in Dubai, but it sounds like Eileen actually appreciates her own honesty on this season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Davidson isn't happy with Lisa's lack of honesty, according to Enstarz. She would prefer that Vanderpump just come clean about everything that has happened.

"I know I've joked many times about my need for honesty getting me in trouble, but I know where I stand with everyone now because of it. I feel stronger than ever that the best policy for my life is asking for and telling the truth. And looking back, as strange, and at times, appalling as it was, the clarity I have about everyone based on their actions and reactions is invaluable. I wouldn't change anything that happened this year. Honestly," Davidson reveals about her time on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills this year.

What do you think about this season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills? Are you surprised that the Munchausen accusations took over so much of the storyline this year?

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