The Real Housewives franchise has been a fan favorite because it provides viewers with an inside peek at their beautiful lives, as well as the turmoil.
Among the scandals and spectacular events have been several weddings, kids, and odd friendships, as well as relationship breakdowns.
But, there is a lot going on behind the scenes. We’ve compiled a list of facts regarding franchises that you may not be aware of.
The Housewives Don’t Live in Beverly Hills
Feeling betrayed? The Housewives aren’t from Beverly Hills! Lisa and Adrienne reside in Beverly Park, an elite gated enclave in Los Angeles’ Hollywood Hills.
Bel-Air residents Taylor Armstrong and Kyle Richards. Camille Grammer proudly claimed Malibu roots.
Westlake Village-based Kim Richards and Encino-based Brandi Glanville As you can see, the Housewives have moved a lot and most have many homes, but we’re not talking 90210.
Lisa Rinna Playboy Nude While Pregnant
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills are used to baring it all, but Lisa Rinna appeared for Playboy when six months pregnant in 1998.
The photographers wanted her NOT to be “long and sinewy and angular and strong.
” Soft.” Rinna said, “This was incredibly challenging for me because being 45 years old and appearing for Playboy, you want to pump it up.”
Does Housewifery Pay? Yes. Yes.
The girls had strong bank accounts to help them get on the program, so they focused more on exposure than money in the beginning.
Season two Brandi earned $18,000. She now earns $175,000. Eileen Davidson is definitely cashing in. In 2014, she got a $750,000-per-season contract. She makes less than Kyle and Lisa, though.
Taylor Spent $60,000 On A 4-Year-Birthday Old’s Party.
In the episode “It’s My Party and I’ll Spend If I Want To,” the Armstrongs gave Kennedy’s fourth birthday party, revealing their wealth.
Taylor casually tells the cameras that Beverly Hills kids’ birthday parties may cost $50,000. Their lawn was covered with flowers and pink for the party. A tea party theme featuring hats, teapots, and pricey games for kids and adults.
Ramona Singer was the first reunion-walking wife.
Wives often leave reunions in anger, despair, or for dramatic effect. Ramona Singer was the first to leave a reunion because she didn’t want to talk.
Singer left as the other wives reviewed Alex McCord’s naked images. She claimed she had to go the toilet, but She was concerned with the racy subject matter and the risk of her kid being influenced by it.
Casting new Housewives favours friends…
Andy told Attitude: “The show succeeds because its characters have deep histories. It’s not simply a Big Brother house experiment.” Dorinda Medley and Ramona Singer or Dorit Kemsley and Lisa Vanderpump.
Many Taylor Identities
Taylor Armstrong established her fame on ‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,’ but her name and identity are as misleading as the actual locations of the stars. Prior to her appearance on the program, she was known by a different name.
Famous Camille Dancing Moves
The Beverly Hills women travel to Las Vegas for a performance and stay at Adrienne’s hotel and casino in “Plenty of Luggage.” After supper, the ladies partied in the club.
The camera couldn’t avoid Camille, a former Housewife. Camille danced “sexy” as soon as she entered the lounge, according to Paul Nassif. “Shaking it and moving it,” Lisa called her. Camille’s dance became an immediate meme and GIF among the RHOBH fans.
Allison DuBois Created A Memorable Dinner Setting
Allison DuBois was crucial to the most spectacular dinner party ever. Camille hosted the season 1 women at the Grammer home for supper and chat.
Camille’s psychic friend Allison DuBois. Allison shouted out at several of the females, notably Kyle, after too many strong drinks and table tension. Allison stated Kyle and her husband were unhappy and she was in a loveless marriage. Tears and bitter words were expected.
Cedric, Lisa & Ken’s Houseguest
In the pilot, Lisa and Ken introduced Cedric, their houseguest. Lisa and Ken moved to Beverly Hills with Cedric. The short-term stay lasted almost a year. Once Cedric became greedy, Lisa and Ken had to move on.
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