The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills stars say the return of their show after a long hiatus will be "worth the wait." A new promo released by Bravo was shared by RHOBH stars Erika Girardi, Kyle Richards, Lisa Rinna, Garcelle Beauvais, and Dorit Kemsley, with the teaser caption ahead of the Bravo reality show's long-awaited return on July 8.
In the clip, Erika is shown getting into a heated exchange with Denise Richards' husband, Aaron Phypers.
"Do you really want to go there? I can go anywhere," Aaron asked Erika in the sneak peek scene.
"I'm fine going -- Come see about me, I don't give a f*ck," the singer clapped back at him.
The Chicago star later opened up in a confessional.
"We don't need your opinion, Aaron," she said.
It's unclear what the argument was about, but Aaron has been a thorn in the housewives' side all season.
The healing center guru previously butted heads with several of the women at a barbecue at Kyle's house, where he tried to shut down a conversation after blasting the group for previously talking inappropriately in front of Denise's teen daughters.
Erika was put off by Aaron's bully behavior, and ultimately walked away.
"I'm not accepting this bullsh*t," she said.
Aaron and Denise ended up storming out of Kyle's backyard following the tense scene.In the caption to her post about the episode, Erika teased, "Ice Queen returns," while her co-star, Lisa Rinna, quoted her "Come see about me" line, which is already a hashtag.
"Oh Erika, you are SO my favorite," one fan commented. "Always ready to raise the bullsh*t flag. It's so utterly refreshing."
"Dude shouldn't get involved," another wrote of Aaron. "Denise can handle her own...he will learn once he watches himself!"
"Can't wait to see this, he sooo needed to be put in his place!" a third fan added of Denise's husband.
"He can be another Housewife!!!" another fan wrote of Aaron in the comments to Kyle's Instagram post of the clip.
Other fans were fired up about the long and unexpected hiatus for The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, especially during the COVID-19 quarantines when many other shows have halted filming.
Last week, Denise told People TV that she thinks the show went on hiatus because they got "so far behind with the confessionals" due to the coronavirus crisis.
Whatever the reason for the delay, it's clear that Real Housewives of Beverly Hills fans can't wait for July 8.