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There’s Definitely Life In The Old Dog Yet! Lisa Vanderpump Lap Dances In Vegas

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Dec. 13 2011, Published 10:30 a.m. ET

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The ongoing drama and tension of the past few episodes involving Taylor Armstrong settled down some on Monday's episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, as the ladies indulged in a little Las Vegas decadence.

All the cast members (except Kyle Richards, who was working on her book) took a trip to Sin City. Lisa Vanderpump, to celebrate the bachelorette bash of daughter Pandora, brought her daughter, her pals and Taylor to Chippendales, where she dubbed the oiled-up, hunky dancers "chipmunks."

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Lisa -- who wore a low-cut garment, openly wondered if she was dressed "suitably slutty for the Mother of the Bride” and joked in an off-camera interview that she "wanted to prove there's life in the old dog yet."

And she certainly did: The climax of the episode had to be a sequence where Pandora, Taylor and Lisa all joined the beefcake strippers onstage and danced for them, with Lisa's risqué moves raising some eyebrows.

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Elsewhere, an irritated Adrienne Maloof-Nassif, who felt Lisa should have held the bash at her hotel The Palms, had her own party that Brandi Glanville and Camille Grammer attended.

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In another separate disturbing sequence from Monday's episode, the Richards sisters had a run-in which culminated in Kim -- who is currently being treated at a rehab facility -- breaking down about how her children have not accepted her new relationship. Kyle seemed distant and aloof to her sister, who was clearly in pain.



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