After a pretty tough and dramatic season on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, it wouldn't be a surprise if not everyone makes it back for season eight. While Eden Sassoon has already announced her departure, there's another housewife who's uncertain about her fate on the Bravo series.
"I'm on hiatus," Lisa Rinna told Entertainment Tonight
of her current status. "I don't have any thoughts. I'm done. I am not working right now, and it is heaven. All I have to say. Heaven!"
"I have no idea," she admitted on whether she'll be back on RHOBH. "No one ever knows whether they'll be back until, like, five minutes before, to be honest with you. Who knows? I don't know what the plan is for me. I never do."
If Rinna doesn't return to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills next season, it doesn't mean it's because she's working on a new spin-off. In fact, the reality star already shut down rumors of doing a family series with her husband Harry Hamlin and their daughters.
"Is that a rumor? I think we've done that," she said. "We kinda did that [with TV Land's] Harry Loves Lisa back in the day. I don't know. The girls are so busy. I don't even think I could hire the girls if I wanted."
Meanwhile, Rinna was asked to share her thoughts on explosive ending of The Real Housewives of Atlanta season nine reunion show, in which Phaedra Parks came under fire for confessing to telling Porsha Williams that that Kandi Burruss and husband Todd Tucker had planned on drugging Williams and their mutual friend Shamea Morton one night in order to take advantage of them sexually.
"Oh my lord! You know what? I just send Phaedra love. I really like Phaedra Parks. I think it's a really tough show to do, and I wish her well. And I send her love," Rinna said of the RHOA star, who has reportedly been dismissed from the show.
"I think positivity, we all need positivity," she added. "God, don't we? Especially today, for goodness sakes. So, yeah. Positivity. Law of attraction. You know? You get back what you give out. Sometimes I do get smacked. Yes, I do. But a lot of times, it's good stuff. So, thank you."
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