Here’s the set-up: Vanderpump and Dorit Kemsley are attempting to hash out their issues, specifically about Vanderpump choosing not to include Kemsley’s face in a photo spread from her magazine, Beverly Hills Lifestyle. Instead, Vanderpump and her colleagues at the publication only used hand and body shots of Kemsley.
Vanderpump flatly says it was because Kemsley was negative at the photo shoot, where she did say she hated every single image.
“You were standing there, in front of the photographer, in front of the makeup artists, you were standing there saying, ‘Oh no, don’t like any of them. Don’t like any of them,’” Vanderpump recalls. “How do you think that makes everybody feel?”
“You made a big f**king deal about it in front of the makeup artists, who was mortified, by the way,” she adds. “Let me tell you that.”
“I feel very bad about that, and I told you that then,” Kemsley claims, but Vanderpump shuts her down.
“You told me that afterwards, when I told you, you can’t talk like that in front of people that are giving their time to make you look beautiful,” she says.
“But did you that, and cut off the head, because you were looking to punish me?” Kemsley asks.
“It is kinda harsh to cut off someone’s head, you know?” Lisa Rinna chimes in.
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“It’s kind of, ‘F**k you,’” Erika Jayne then adds. “‘You didn’t do what I wanted. You made a scene, she feels like you were an a**hole. Watch me. I’ma be another a**hole and chop your head off and put ‘em in.’”
“Lisa Vanderpump got involved in a way that surprised me,” he teased. “She kind of got her hands dirty and, you know, I saw her the next day and she said, ‘Were you surprised that I could fight like that?’ I said, ‘Yeah.’ Like, she stood up to Erika Jayne in a way that was surprising.”
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