Seacrest interviews Vanderpump and Richards about The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 3 premier, during On Air With Ryan Seacrest. Vanderpump:
This has been kind of an interesting journey for me, being on the housewives. Because I’ve never been so closely involved with a group of women. There’s been disappointing times, that’s for sure. I think I’ve always been a bit of a man in a woman’s body really, to be honest. Sometimes they are a bit complicated to me. No, I love women. I’m a girl’s girl to a certain extent, but I’ve been a little disappointed at times.
I’m going to announce it right here this bump on my stomach is actually breakfast, it’s not a baby though.
Vanderpump talks about the death of Rivers:
So sad,each time I met her I always thought, what a wonderful lady, gracious, humble and funny. It’s a huge loss. RIP Joan Rivers.
Seacrest interviews Vanderpump during On Air With Ryan Seacrest and asks if she is shocked by Brandi Glanville’s behavior during their chess match.
I didn’t know she plays chess, I thought she’d be more like Shoots and Ladders. That’s right at the end, so I’m not going to give you the final pages to the book, but yeah it got pretty intense there. I was kind of like a bit surprised where it came from. I thought we were great friends and I’ve really been supportive and loved her and as far as I’m concerned really loyal to her and really kind of stuck my neck out [So I was] shocked and disappointed to be honest.
Seacrest interviews VanderPump during On Air With Ryan Seacrest about friend ship with cast mate Kyle Richards and the drama on her show The Real House Wives Of BeverlyHills.
Kyle certainly seemed kind of regretful. But what I heard about that night, it wasn’t quite what I thought. I was backing her [Kyle] up, but I heard she [Brandy] called Kim a drug addict, and that just didn’t sit well with me. I’m not worried [about Kim.] You’ll see this week she’s met somebody else. Somebody new in her life. She is on a different path then she was last season. Certainly alot of odd behavior.