Why bring the battling babes of Beverly Hills back together just once, when you can have three times the drama … and “lost footage,” too?
Beginning Monday, Jan. 30, Andy Cohen and Co. will reconvene The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills to rehash an epic season that ended with last week’s finale, a reasonably calm event (save for the good Dr. Nassif’s contribution) given the bookending life events that were Russell Armstrong’s death and Pandora Vanderpump-Todd’s wedding.
Doesn’t look like calm reigned for long.
During Part 1 of the reunion — which convenes sans Brandi Glanville — such wounds are picked open as Camille and Taylor’s throwdown at the infamous tea party; “Vanderpump” shoe maven Lisa’s equine suggestion for what Adrienne should call her own signature footwear; and the generally iffy behavior of Kim Richards and junior-varsity cast member Glanville.
Glanville is finally invited to join the party in Part 2 — airing Monday, Feb. 6 at 9pm ET/PT — and finds herself with a whole lot of ‘splainin’ to do. Taylor delves deeper into the secrets from her doomed marriage and Camille reveals that’s she’s ab-solutely fabulous, having moved on and then some from her defunct union with Kelsey Grammer.
On February 13, a visibly refreshed Kim Richards — who checked into rehab when the season wrapped — talks exclusively with Cohen about her battle with alcoholism and her continuing recovery. Then the Housewives husbands join in to answer viewers’ questions.
Finally on on Thursday, Feb. 16 at 9pm ET/PT, tune in for what Bravo promises is “an explosive one-hour ‘Lost Footage’ special,” the highlight of which is a jaw-dropping throw down between Glanville and Kyle Richards at Brandi’s Malibu beach bummer gathering.
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