Is Lisa Rinna done with The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills?
Season seven of the Bravo hit finished airing in April, leaving Lisa in tears after Kim Richards aggressively returned a stuffed bunny Lisa had purchased as a gift for Kim’s grandson. ET caught up with the star at the Associates For Breast and Prostate Cancer Studies annual Mother’s Day luncheon at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills on Wednesday.
“I'm on hiatus,” Lisa tells ET with a laugh. “I don't have any thoughts. I'm done. I am not working right now, and it is heaven. All I have to say. Heaven!”
Bravo recently renewed RHOBH for season eight, but Lisa says she’s not sure she’ll be back.
“I have no idea,” she admits. “No one ever knows whether they'll be back until, like, five minutes before, to be honest with you. Who knows? I don't know what the plan is for me. I never do.”
If Lisa leaves Housewives, it might be the end of her reality TV career. She shut down rumors of starting a family series co-starring her husband, Harry Hamlin, and their daughters, Delilah Belle and Amelia Grey.
“Is that a rumor?” Lisa asks. “I think we've done that. We kinda did that [with TV Land’s] Harry Loves Lisa back in the day. I don't know. The girls are so busy. I don't even think I could hire the girls if I wanted.”
Lisa’s daughters both broke into the modeling scene in 2016, and she says she’s “so proud” of them for pursuing their dreams.
“Being a mom means everything to me,” she shares. “I can't imagine life without having that experience … They really work hard. It's not an easy business … We're very, very proud of them.”
ET also asked Lisa to weigh in on the shocking end to The Real Housewives of Atlanta’s most recent season, which found the cast at odds with Phaedra Parks after she was accused of spreading damaging rumors about co-star Kandi Burruss. Sources tell ET Phaedra will not return to the show for season 10 because of the scandal.
“Oh my lord!” Lisa exclaims. “You know what? I just send Phaedra love. I really like Phaedra Parks. I think it's a really tough show to do, and I wish her well. And I send her love.”
“I think positivity, we all need positivity,” she adds. “God, don't we? Especially today, for goodness sakes. So, yeah. Positivity. Law of attraction. You know? You get back what you give out. Sometimes I do get smacked. Yes, I do. But a lot of times, it's good stuff. So, thank you.”