RHOBH Season 8 Reunion Part 1 Recap- Preview Part 2

Part one of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion was pretty boring, in my opinion. However, there was drama between Kyle Richards and Dorit Kemsley along with Teddi Mellencamp.

Earlier in the season the women went to Teddi’s beach house. Erika Girardi did not stay at the house with the rest of the women and Dorit told Erika the next day that Kyle was talking about her for not being with the group.

“At the beach house, Kyle, I was sitting with Erika alone and I was uncomfortable because there were conversations that ensued the night before,” Dorit explained. “I didn’t come to her and say, ‘Kyle had this reaction,’ and soon and so forth. I didn’t.”

The ladies argued about what exactly happened that night when the cameras went down. Kemsley told Richards she had a “very strong reaction” about Erika’s choice to stay at a hotel.

“My reaction was shown on camera … it wasn’t huge,” Kyle responded.

“No, no, no. You had a very strong reaction when the cameras went down,” Dorit answered.

“You’re exaggerating, Dorit. You remember things in a way no one else remembers it,” Kyle fired back.

Teddi also confronted Dorit for how she speaks down to her. Teddi revealed she had no idea Dorit even had a problem with her until she started watching the show back.

Andy read a caption from Erika’s book where she said she hasn’t fully lost her temper on the show yet.

Next week, Teddi and Erika will go head-to-head and Camille Grammer will join the group to face-off with Dorit.



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