A-lister Harry Hamlin, husband to Real Housewife of Beverly Hills star, Lisa Rinna, sets the record straight about what he really said concerning Yolanda Hadid, and he doesn’t back his wife’s claim – leaving many to wonder, what else Rinna has misquoted.
RHOBH Season 6 started off just find between the two Lisa’s. Remember the plane trip to Ohio to get miniature horse? Things were good back then. Unfortunately, shortly afterwards, Lisa R dropped the “Munchausen” diagnosis for Yolanda, instead of Lyme, and spent the rest of the season trying to blame Lisa Vanderpump. Even getting mad at Yolanda for being a master manipulator and going to lunch with Kim Richards and Brandi Glanville.
Lisa R shared that Harry said they should support Yolanda “no matter if she’s sick or not.” But the Mad Men star remembers his lines quite differently. In an interview with E! News at the Resident Magazine’s April cover party, where he was celebrated, Harry clarified what he really said to his wife.
“Well, what I actually said was “We really need to support her.” I never said “whether she’s sick or not,” Harry admitted. “That was I think in the second time Lisa mentioned it, she said it that way. And I said to Lisa, “You know I don’t think I said it that way.” And she goes, “Oh right, well…” Obviously Yolanda needs support. Whatever she’s going through, it’s taking a toll on her and it’s very challenging for her.”
Harry Hamlin is a busy guy and at the end of the day probably isn’t too concerned about his wife’s frenemies. But he does think the “reunion is like a freight train.”
“You know, the thing about the show itself, when you’re watching [RHOBH], there are moments when you can kind of breathe a little bit, but not with the reunion,” Harry said. “The reunion is like a freight train that just keeps slamming right through, going through barricade after barricade. So, it’s just an onslaught.”
So what does Harry really think of Lisa Vanderpump and reality TV?
“She’s so funny,” he said of Lisa V. “At the end of the day, this is a TV show. The only difference between this and a nighttime soap is the blood isn’t fake!”
It appears that Lisa Rinna‘s memories pass through her own filter — does anyone else see a pattern here? Tell us what you think. Sound off in the comments.