Lisa Vanderpump's fate with The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is currently unknown.
Although there have been tons of rumors regarding the show's Season 7 cast, Bravo has yet to make an official announcement about the series lineup, and the ongoing reports have been contradictory.
On June 8, All About The Real Housewives told readers, "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills rumor mill continues to turn, and every day new rumors trickle in about who's in and who's out for the upcoming seventh season."
Thank you @LLPJMadrigal for allowing me to grace the cover... I wish this magazine every success you deserve it! pic.twitter.com/CNqvfu7zND — Lisa Vanderpump (@LisaVanderpump) June 1, 2016
In just the last few days, there have been reports of a new housewife, Sydney Holland, at least one old housewife's exit, and the return of at four wives. There have also been reports regarding Lisa Vanderpump's possible return -- and her possible exit.
"The latest rumor making the rounds is that fan-favorite Lisa Vanderpump may be quitting the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills instead of returning to the franchise."
While it is hard to imagine The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills without Lisa Vanderpump, who is one of the only remaining full-time housewives from the series' first season (the other is Kyle Richards), she too has raised questions about her future with the show on Twitter.
After a fan tweeted about the return of Lisa Vanderpump, Kyle Richards, Erika Jayne, and Lisa Rinna on June 7, Vanderpump tweeted back to her, saying, "Nothing decided sorry."
What I told my kids..."It's not where you start in life it's where you end up"#poundtopalace #princeharry pic.twitter.com/rEJlJLlZut — Lisa Vanderpump (@LisaVanderpump) June 4, 2016
As for the rest of the cast, including Eileen Davidson and Kim Richards, their fates are unconfirmed, as well. Meanwhile, former housewife Brandi Glanville, who was brought to the series during Season 2 and demoted after Season 5, recently spoke of a comeback.
During a new interview, Glanville spoke out about the possibility of returning to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, claiming she would want to be in love or married before returning to the group.
"I think that the only way I would want to come back is if I had a partner, you know if I was in love and I had somebody by my side to have my back," Glanville told Bustle. "I don't think the women would come for me so hard. I feel like they respect people who are married on that show and they don't respect other... I don't know. I just want someone to have my back and to be there because they love me."
Before her demotion, Glanville was quite close to Lisa Vanderpump. However, after Glanville accused Vanderpump of manipulating her and her co-stars, the two had a falling out, which was followed up by Glanville with an allegedly playful slap to the face.
Although Glanville's friendship with Lisa Vanderpump is long gone, she does have a couple of friends left on the show, including Yolanda Foster and Kim Richards.
"Yes, Yolanda has my back. Kim has my back, but they have their own problems," Glanville explained. "[Yolanda is] sick [and] Kim [has her] struggles. It's not fun and a lot of the other friendships I don't believe are friendships, they're alliances. I really wouldn't want to go back, unless my life is a different place."
In addition to her role on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Lisa Vanderpump also plays a part in her Bravo spinoff, Vanderpump Rules.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 7 is expected to air later this year on Bravo.
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