If you’re going to have a best friend, you might as well go with Lady Gaga.
Lisa Vanderpump recently talked to ET about what it's like when the two of them get together. "Oh, well, it can get a little crazy," admits the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star. "Yeah, she’s a great girl."
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The two first met when Vanderpump was asked to be in the 29-year-old pop star's music video for "G.U.Y."
"It's been a couple years since I did her video," the 54-year-old reality star says. "Funny enough, she just stands up for a lot of the things that I support -- the LGBT community, and yeah, she's a dog lover as the same as me. But yeah, she's a wonderful human being, she really is. She's just so bright and she's kind and she's compassionate -- I like her very much."
The American Horror Story: Hotel star has been seen multiple times at Vanderpump's restaurant, Pump, in West Hollywood when visiting Los Angeles, and the two have made their newfound friendship Instagram official with gal-pal selfies.
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Hanging out with Lady Gaga is probably a welcome break from all the "drama" surrounding the Real Housewives franchise. Brooks Ayers, a star on the Real Housewives of Orange County, talked to ETOnline and claimed that some of the ladies of the franchise "create drama" for the show. This came soon after his cast mates thought he was faking his diagnosis of Stage 3 Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, a form of blood cancer.
Vanderpump told ETOnline that she has very strong opinions about Ayers' accusations. "I've done 170 episodes, and ironically, Orange County is produced by the same production company [as RHOBH]," adds Vanderpump. "How can you back that up in editing? You want to tell the true story. The true story is always way more fascinating than fiction. The only thing maybe producers will say is, 'Speak your mind.'"
Watch the video below to see more of her thoughts on the accusations of the show's manufactured drama.