Denise Richards returns to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

Denise Richards returns to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

Three years after the actress retired from the reality series, Denise Richards, 52, is dating The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

She confirms it to herself diverse.

– I filmed a few episodes and it was fun. I’m a huge fan of the show, so it was fun going back and filming with them,” says the 52-year-old.

Comeback: Denise Richards was a part of ‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ in 2019-2020. Now you come back. Photo: John Kopalov

Richards claims her return was so poorly planned that even the production behind the series didn’t know she would be present during a show organized by Garcel Boves, who is also part of the reality series.

– Everything happened recently and spontaneously. You view him as a friend – a true friend. I didn’t tell anyone I would be there. Production didn’t know that. You just showed up, like a real friend in real life.

Unspecified role

The unexpected performance led to more, according to Richards.

– The next day I was asked to go to some event, and it was already interesting.

Arguably, her current status in the upcoming season of the series is undetermined – though it has been confirmed that she will not be appearing in promotional photos for the upcoming season.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills began filming its 13th season in January. The season is set to premiere later this year.

– Some women were very toxic

Richards has also spoken out about the previous two seasons she was involved in an altercation with Lisa Rinna and Brandi Glanville. Rinna left the series after last year’s season ended.

– When I left after my second season, I felt like some of the women were too fat, playing too dirty, says Richards.

Drama: Denise Richards got into an argument with Lisa Rinna in her final season.  The latter left the series after the last season.  Photo: Jean-Baptiste Lacroix

Drama: Denise Richards got into an argument with Lisa Rinna in her final season. The latter left the series after the last season. Photo: Jean-Baptiste Lacroix

– I understand there has to be drama, but I also think it’s fun to see women having fun, especially in this age group.

Furthermore, she says it’s great to show that you can have fun, and believes that trying to beat people is not a positive message.

– I don’t think it’s true. I mean, I don’t like that part.

When asked if she was afraid her return on the show might lead to her ending up on a Beverly Hills reality drama again, she answered no.

– I feel like I didn’t indulge in it. I was really myself in the show. I think some women are different on camera and off camera, she says and stresses that everyone should be themselves.

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