Lisa Vanderpump has shared her life on television for years, as people have followed her personal life on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and her business life on Vanderpump Rules. It sounds like Vanderpump has no problem sharing everything in her life with fans, even though it opens her up for more criticism. Over the past couple of years, Lisa has been through some emotional times on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, including her fights with Brandi Glanville and Kyle Richards and her daughter’s own wedding.
According to a new Bravo report, Lisa Vanderpump is now revealing that she does have some rules in regards to filming. While some ladies don’t want the cameras in their bedroom and closets, Lisa doesn’t have any issues with inviting the cameras into her personal space. But Vanderpump does admit that her motherly instinct kicked in when her own daughter got married and the cameras were there to capture everything.
— BlastingNews (@BlastingNews) October 11, 2016
“I don’t care if the cameras follow me 24 hours a day. Maybe I don’t want to be filmed in the shower or something [laughs],” Lisa Vanderpump recently told Adweek, adding, “The only thing I was sensitive to is that when my daughter got married—I felt that I’d signed up for the show, not her.”
— Jackie O (@JackieOProblems) October 10, 2016
Lisa may have let the cameras film her daughter’s wedding, but it sounds like she won’t stoop to the level of other housewives on the show. It’s no secret that some wives within the Real Housewives franchise are willing to get down and dirty to get some extra money. Some wives get huge paychecks from the network because they bring the drama and, therefore, the ratings. The drama can include physical violence, where they hit one another or toss a drink at their co-stars. But don’t expect Lisa Vanderpump to do that to get more money from the Bravo network.
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“I’m never going to be the Housewife that’s rolling around on the floor trying to pull somebody’s weave out. That’s not who I am. I do say wildly inappropriate things I think are funny—it’s my British sense of humor—but I’m not somebody that’s going to lose their s***. So no, I’m not worried,” Lisa Vanderpump continued in her interview with Adweek, according to Bravo. “My brand is me and this is an accurate depiction of my life, so I’m happy with that.”
— Villa Blanca (@VillaBlancaBH) October 8, 2016
Of course, Vanderpump may not need some extra money, as she’s wildly successful with the two shows she’s filming for Bravo and her many restaurants in the Hollywood area. Lisa Vanderpump’s net worth is rumored to be about $65 million, which may explain her desire not to roll around on the floor to get an increased salary for her role on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
Plus, Lisa is one of those people who has taken advantage of the famous platform. Vanderpump has launched her own product line for items in the home, and she’s launched her own Sangria line, which she serves at her restaurants. However, this isn’t the end of the Vanderpump empire. In other words, expect more products and fewer fights from Lisa.
— LALATE (@LALATE) September 27, 2016
“I’d love to have a brand of Vanderpump salad dressings. I would love to have Vanderpump frozen food,” Lisa has revealed about adding more products to her personal brand, according to Bravo. “And I’d love to do a perfume. I would love a makeup line. I love everything!”
What do you think of Lisa Vanderpump staying grounded and remembering who she is rather than get violent to get more money from Bravo? Do you think Lisa is one of the classier ladies in the franchise?
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