AceShowbiz - Lisa Vanderpump will not return to upcoming season 10 of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" as she decides to quit the show. Rumor has it, the new season is going to be boring without the British star and Lisa Rinna apparently thinks that LVP is the one who should be held accountable for the rumor.
Lisa dropped by Brad Goreski's successful podcast "Brad Behavior" earlier this year. Among things that they were talking about was the reports stating that the show had been lacking serious drama following LVP's exit. "Do you think that people are saying there's [no drama] because of the extraction of that one person that’s no longer there?" Brad asked, to which Lisa responded, "Of course."
Brad continued, "Do you think that's coming from a specific source?" In her response, Lisa explicitly indicated that LVP was the one feeding people this information. "What do you think Brad?" she replied sarcastically, before adding, "What I'm going to say is you should tune in."
LVP departed from the Bravo reality series after the other Housewives accused her of selling a story about Dorit Kemsley to Radar Online. The restaurateur denied the allegations, though that didn't stop her co-stars from calling her "a liar."
It was previously said that Denise Richards and her husband Aaron Phypers would take the mantle in season 10. According to a source, Denise, who is also busy with her acting career on CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful", has missed some schedules of filming with the rest of cast members and it drifted her apart from them. "Denise Richards has been having a lot of issues getting along with the group so far this season and it's causing a lot of drama amongst the cast," spilled the insider.
Aaron also reportedly contributed to bring more tension among the cast members. "Things have escalated on occasion and her husband Aaron has been at the center of a lot of drama," the source shared. "There has been lots of arguing and fighting and it's all been on camera. He's been inserting himself into Denise's issues with the ladies and it's causing even more tension and friction."