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Total Diva! Lisa Vanderpump Ditches Andy Cohen Baby Shower To Dodge 'RHOBH’ Castmates

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Jan. 29 2019, Updated 11:43 a.m. ET

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Lisa Vanderpump ditched Andy Cohen's baby shower Saturday in order to dodge her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills castmates, RadarOnline.com exclusively learned!

Instead of celebrating her longtime friend, the reality star jetted off to Las Vegas to work on her newest addition to her empire — Vanderpump Cocktail Garden at Caesar’s Palace — and the timing was no coincidence.

“Lisa did have commitments related to her restaurant in Vegas, but she makes up her own schedule,” a source close to Vanderpump told Radar exclusively. “Although she adores Andy, she does not need the extra drama in her life that those women bring."

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Added the informant: "She really has nothing to say to any of them to be honest.”

Vanderpump — who has appeared on RHOBH since the show’s first episode in 2011 — got into a nasty tiff with co-stars during filming of the current season after a dog she gifted to pal Dorit Kemsley ended up in an animal shelter.

Readers know Vanderpump, 58, will not be returning to the show, but will focus on Vanderpump Rules, The Vanderpump Dog Foundation and her new venture in Sin City.

“Lisa distanced herself from all the drama and is living her best life now. She is focused on herself and the future and is not playing those catty games,” the insider added.

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