She added, “I think that she felt that she had to play her hand and I think that she tried to stay in it to some degree with some of the things that I know of.”
Kathryn Edwards appeared on Season 6 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills — further explained that Lisa Vanderpump, 59, demanded certain things in order to stay, but was turned down by the show’s executives.
“She asked for some specific things that the show wasn’t going to give her to make it better so that she can save face. And she walked away,” Kathryn shared.
“But she, in my opinion, kind of got a little too big for the ensemble cast. And she did produce. She tried to control the storylines,” Kathryn said of Lisa Vanderpump.
Lisa Vanderpump left the Bravo reality series in the middle of Season 9 after being attacked by her former RHOBH co-stars — Dorit Kemsley, Kyle Richards, Erika Jayne, Lisa Rinna, Teddi Mellencamp, and Denise Richards.
Kathryn Edwards also narrated how Lisa Vanderpump along with producers worked together to create drama.
She revealed a particular occasion when Lisa received a text from one of the producers because the scene was boring.
“Vanderpump got a text that said, ‘this dinner is really boring, make something happen’. So she showed it to me and I thought, okay, well, let’s go then. Let’s make dinner and get out of here.”
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