Lisa Rinna holds nothing back.
Speaking to Interview Magazine just days after confirming her departure from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, the former soap opera actress delved into the rationale behind her decision last week.
“I hated this year. For many reasons,” Rinna admitted Friday.
“My mother passed away, we all know that. But that’s not the biggest reason. The story wasn’t told as two-sided as I’d hoped. about that?”
Specifically, Rinna is referring to the infamous Aspen travel drama with Kathy Hilton here.
Upon hearing Kathy’s meltdown, Rinna claimed Hilton had insulted her sister, Kyle Richards, and many other cast members. very It happened during an argument.
“At the moment, I wasn’t thinking about turning on Voice Memos,” Rinna said in this discussion.
“When someone is having a nuclear disaster, you don’t think, ‘Oh, I should film this.’ It just doesn’t cross my mind.”
Rinna cited a “dread campaign” against her on the Internet.
“What’s going on in the world has brought something to the world of housewives, and that’s reflected in the way fans react to the world of housewives,” she told the outlet.
“And I think it’s unhealthy. It didn’t work for me. It didn’t suit me.”
Yes, the Days Of Our Lives alum said filming the Bravo series was “fun.”
But as the show went “out into space,” things took a painful turn when others spoke out about what they witnessed each week.
“It takes on a life of its own,” she explained.
“When you shoot, there’s drama, but it’s kind of contained. And once it’s gone, you get opinions and everything that’s going on, but that’s the part I don’t like.” am.
Rinna made out with Hilton at the 2022 People’s Choice Awards due to her husband Harry Hamlin’s influence.
“Harry said to me, ‘You really should say hello to her and move on from this,’ because it’s not going to do either of you any good.”
“At the People’s Choice Awards, I saw her. We were already having moments together where we didn’t speak or even acknowledge each other. And I said, ‘Hi Kathy, how are you? ? you look fine.’
“And it broke the ice.”
Rinna was a primary cast member on the program for eight years.
She doesn’t say exactly what her future holds.
But it also sounds like she has no regrets about her past.
“I learned a lot,” Rinna said in an interview. “And I can now fight anyone in the fucking world. I wouldn’t have.
“The tools it gave me as a bad bitch, you really can’t get over me.”
Announcing the end of the franchise a few days ago, Rinna said:
“This is the longest work of my 35-year career and I am grateful to everyone at Bravo and everyone involved with the series.
“It’s been a fun eight years. I can’t wait to see what happens next!”
For his part, Andy Cohen later called Rinna an icon.