Lisa Rinna And Andy Cohen Disagree About The Circumstances Surrounding Her Exit From “The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills”
Lisa Rinna hasn’t received a shred of attention since the announcement of her departure from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills back in January, and if you know anything about Lisa Rinna, that’s a damn problem for her. At that time, the story was that her contract was up, and it was just a boring, drama-free mutual decision between her and Bravo that she wouldn’t return. But, “Bravo Daddy” Andy Cohen rivals Lisa in the attention-seeking department, AND he’s currently promoting a new book. In it, he wrote that Rinna texted him to quit the show right after she caught a ton of (well-deserved) shit at the last season’s reunion, only to text him back later in an attempt at take-backsies. However, he responded that she should go on “pause” and come back after a cooling-off period. And, because one of Lisa’s most used sound bytes is “you better believe I’m gonna talk about it,” of course she did just that by having her rep immediately respond that the texts never happened and she’s sticking to her original exit story.
TMZ reports that Tanya Roberts has died. But unlike the last time her death was reported, sadly this latest report appears to be definitive. As we know, yesterday, Tanya’s partner/possible husband/definite “him?” Lance O’Brien, created a Schrodinger’s Angel scenario fit for #thesecontinuedtryingtimes (2020 was chaotic but I have a feeling it’s still with us, holding 2021’s beer) by reporting that Tanya had died before receiving a phone call from the hospital in the middle of a live interview with Inside Edition (in front of a makeshift green-screen no less) telling him she was still alive.