Get Ready To Rumble! Lisa Rinna Approached To Join Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills & Stir Up More Fights


Mar. 29 2013, Published 1:46 p.m. ET

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The drama must go on!

With cast shakeups happening for The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills has exclusively learned that producers want Lisa Rinna to join the cast to bring on the fights!

Producers have been having trouble finding women who they think are the right caliber for the 90210 based show, and the former Days of Our Lives star has been in talks to become a new housewife, with credentials that definitely fit the show.

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“Lisa is married to a super hunky actor, she’s rich and she isn’t afraid to stand up for herself or call anyone out,” our source says.

Currently starring on Donald Trump’s All-Star Celebrity Apprentice, Lisa’s relationship with the network definitely is a plus for her.

“Lisa already knows people at Bravo and they really like her. She’s funny but she’s got a great sense of humor so she can send zingers.


With Adrienne Maloof gone, producers are looking for somebody to bring the drama and they think Lisa would be perfect for that “role.”

“Lisa would be brought on to the show to stir up sh*t, especially with Brandi and that’s exactly the new life that the show needs!”

The insider says Lisa isn’t afraid of the Housewives “marriage curse” either, as she and Harry Hamlin have been married for 16 years.

“She and Harry have a really strong relationship. They aren’t worried at all about the strain the show puts on them, they wouldn’t do it if there were problems, and there definitely aren’t any!”

Do you think Lisa would make a good Housewife? Tell us in comments!



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