EXCLUSIVE VIDEO INTERVIEW: Real Housewife Lisa Vanderpump Wants Camille Grammer & Kim Richards Back For Season 2

Feb. 8 2011, Published 9:00 a.m. ET

Link to FacebookShare to XShare to Email caught up with Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Lisa Vanderpump outside her restaurant Villa Blanca on Monday, where she revealed she wants her reality co-stars Camille Grammer and Kim Richards to return for Season 2 of the hit show.

"I don't know that Camille and Kim are going to leave the show," Lisa told in an exclusive interview. "I hope that we stay with the same cast because it was a winning formula. If it ain't broken, why fix it."

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Lisa and her husband Ken Todd, along with friend Robert Kovacik, were lunching at Villa Blanca together.

Kovacik, a well-known television reporter in Los Angeles, was attacked last December while having dinner at the Beverly Hills Hotel with Lisa.

Roger Eduardo Talavera, who has been charged with felony assault, was in court Monday for a preliminary hearing.

"Hopefully the judge will give him the punishment he deserves," Lisa said. "It was an unwarranted aggressive attack. It was very violent. But Robert's doing well."

Lisa, who is better known as Pinky on the streets of Beverly Hills, also dished on a catty remark Atlanta housewife, NeNe Leakes recently made - accusing her rival housewives of having too much plastic surgery.

"Oh I gave NeNe a little talking to," Lisa said. "I told her I noticed she had a new nose. But we're good. I like NeNe. She's one of my favorite housewives."

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In addition to lunching with friends, Lisa also spent her day as she has done every week over the past two years, preparing fresh food from Villa Blanca to give to the homeless.

"Every Monday since we opened, we help with the food for the homeless," "Pinky" shared. "It's very important to us. Do you realize that there are 40,000 people on the street, every night in Los Angeles? It's huge and it's a problem."



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