Up in the air in the hills. After dealing with dramatic arguments and relationship breakdowns The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills in Season 12, the cast coyly teases whether they’re ready to do it all again next season.
“Well, [a departure] it can happen, but you won’t put me on hiatus. It would be a joint decision” Lisa Rinna exclusively narrated Us Weekly at BravoCon 2022 on Friday, Oct. 14, referring to her line in the Season 12 trailer when she asked producers to put her “on hiatus” from the show. “You know what I mean? Like, you know, life happens. Whatever’s meant to be, will be. And that’s how I always look at things.”
While the Rinna Beauty founder, 59, was coy about the potential RHOBH coming out amid ongoing speculation, she said Us how she would feel if season 12 really was her swan song.
“This is a difficult season. I would, I don’t feel at peace after this season whether he’s back or not. You know what I’m saying?” Rinna said at an event in New York. “This has been a very, very difficult season for everyone, but especially for me because of my mom. And I just had a really hard time, probably the hardest year of my life, you know? And that’s just the truth.”
Rinna’s mother, Lois Rinna, died in November 2021 at the age of 93 after suffering a stroke. Lisa, for her part, struggled to manage her grief during episodes of season 12. The former soap actress doubled down on dealing with her “difficult” experience on set during the film RHOBH Javits Center Women’s Panel.
“I’m not going to lie, it was hard. This was probably the hardest year of my life,” Lisa told the moderator Brad Goreski during the panel, noting that being a housewife is much harder than being a soap opera actress because “it’s real.” She explained: “These are people I care about and we get into conflicts that we don’t plan for and it’s very, very difficult.”
The Melrose Place alum is not the only one RHOBH a person dealing with the consequences of a difficult season. Kathy Hiltonfor her part, she was at odds with her sister Kyle Richards and Lisa after the two allegedly witnessed her “absolute meltdown” during their trip to Aspen.
The Paris in love alum, 63, teased further Us what would it take for her to sign up for Season 13 of the Bravo hit.
“If it’s the exact same cast? Absolutely not,” Hilton exclusively said after being asked if she would return. “I’m just a friend, so it doesn’t matter. … I never like to tell what other people should be like. I just think you need to mix things up a bit.”
Other RHOBH The stars also noted that they weren’t sure which ladies would headline Season 13, but Erika Jayne it already lays out future story lines.
“I’d like to have some fun,” Pretty Mess the author, 51, said Us on Friday while attending the convention. “I think the last few years have been super tough and I think so [the] The hostess roles and the audience deserve a little more fun and a little more like, you know, we need to laugh a little.”
As Bravolebrities wait with bated breath to find out their Housewives futures, executive producer Andy Cohen he explained that he had already “spoken internally” to several stars.
“I think casting changes are always on the horizon for any season, for any city,” Cohen, 53, said. Us on Friday. “It’s a conversation we always have. That’s why this franchise [has] has been going on for 16 years. We like to keep it fresh and take everything into consideration.”
With reporting by Christina Garibaldi