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Soap Opera Drama! ‘RHOBH’ Frenemies Lisa Rinna And Eileen Davidson Get Into ‘Screaming Match' At Kyle Richards’ Cocktail Party

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Dec. 6 2014, Updated 7:33 a.m. ET

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The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is going from a reality show to a soap opera thanks to Lisa Rinna and Eileen Davidson.

The veteran daytime rivals caused quite a scene at a cocktail party at Kyle Richards' house this week that led to one star’s abrupt exit and Rinna out for revenge, has learned exclusively.

“All hell broke loose!”  a source told Radar. “It turned into super b**hy soap-opera drama. It was a screaming match.”

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It all started when Rinna confronted Davidson in front of the cast.

According to the source, “Lisa went up to Eileen and said, ‘I don’t know what you have against me, but I’m tired of your evil eye dirty looks. You need to stop it!’

“Eileen said, ‘Who do you think you are? I barely know you!’” the source claimed.

And the scene even ended with a cliffhanger.

Eileen stormed out and couldn’t believe Lisa would stoop to that level,” added the source. “Eileen has been nice and quiet, but people knew behind that was a catty girl. So Lisa was antagonizing her until she exploded. Now Lisa is conspiring to bring her down.”


According to the source, their tension has been building since filming began.

“Whenever they would go to an event they would give each other looks,” continued the source.

The new Bravolebrities are supposed to hash it all out next week during another ladies get-together, but the feud may play itself out.

“The problem is Eileen has no interest in speaking to Lisa right now and may not go,” said the source.

So Bravo producers finally got what they were looking for, given that Rinna and Davidson had been bringing dullness before the recent catfight.

“When they were cast the other cast members were wondering if they were going to act or actually be real. Producers hired these girls to bring the drama and got concerned because they weren’t bringing what was expected of them,” said the source. “But now it’s on.”



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