Lisa Vanderpump is taking to her Bravo Blog to discuss the finale of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Lisa says Faye Resnick inserts herself into awkward situation “just to capture screen time.” Lisa also says that Adrienne showing up to her home on the night of the finale seemed inappropriate and she should have stayed home.
Lisa writes, “Oh dear I thought, when I viewed this episode, withÂ FayeÂ accusing me of controlling whatÂ BrandiÂ says then furthering the analogy thatÂ KyleÂ used saying having a friendship with me was like playing chess. I hardly know Faye. She only is ever present as Kyle’s sidekick and this year as a “friend of the Housewives.” Also insinuating that Brandi was responsible for the breakup of Paul andÂ Adrienne’sÂ marriage — I wondered what on earth is wrong with this woman? Always inserting herself into the midst of any possibly awkward situation just to capture screen time.
I do agree withÂ YolandaÂ that for Adrienne to arrive at my house seemed slightly inappropriate. The fact that we were renewing our vowsÂ was the worst kept secret, and I imagine she knew that. The relationship has never recovered to what it used to be. She should’ve stayed home.
This season has been tough for her, but I hope she will learn some sort of lesson from it. One should be that if you have so much to hide, don’t do a reality show. Our business becomes your business when we sign up for it. You cannot have the pros without the cons. That being said we were all sorry to see the dissolution of their marriage.
Brandi was so sweet to come and find me and put it all in perspective. Our vow renewal was something you all were well aware I was unsure of, and I could still clearly see the uncertainty as it came to fruition, but in the end I don’t regret a moment of it.
Thirty years is a lifetime — a lifetime that has been filled with joy, sadness, and all the stressful demands that raising a family, being a business partner, mother and ever-loving wife requires! I wouldn’t have changed a minute of it. Even the lows make you appreciate the highs as we travel through life together. I want to thank you the viewer for following our convoluted story this season.
You will have already watched the Reunion Part 1, by now. I have not seen it yet as I have been stretched to the limit, time wise, but I do remember, with the memory of last year’s still firmly planted in my mind, I entered into it with a different attitude. I was not going to be blindsided and I felt the need to deal with it in a business-like manner. Call it out, resolve it, and move on. I believe we have one more and then lost footage, so don’t leave us just yet.”
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