It was like 2010 all over again on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Former Housewives Camille Grammer, Taylor Armstrong and Adrienne Maloof returned and rubbed elbows with their one-time costars Lisa Vanderpump, Kim Richards and Kyle Richards in The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season five premiere. Kyle's annual White Party assembled Bravo's 90210 ladies for the impromptu reunion and we'll be seeing at least some of these familiar faces again.
"Once I was there at the party, it was great because it was like this reunion," Camille told E! News. "It was great to see everyone together in one room at a party."
In the episode we saw Brandi Glanville attempt to make amends with Adrienne after years of butting heads. The relationship repair was to be continued, but Adrienne said being with everybody felt like old times.
"There was a lot of drama that went down, but seeing them for the first time was like old times, and again, nostalgic," Adrienne told us. "We had a great time, it made it all worthwhile—a little nerve-racking!"
So for what's ahead this season, well, everybody's seen that trailer and the slap between Lisa Vanderpump and Brandi. Then there's Lisa Rinna and Kim's confrontation and Brandi's showdown with newbie Eileen Davidson.
"I think last season was a disaster, really," Lisa Vanderpump told us. The Vanderpump Rules star even said she thought last season would be her last. "I had so much fun this season, I think it really comes through. Some friendships were repaired and some kind of disintegrated. It takes quite a few turns this season, but I think it's going to be our best season yet and I'm sure I'm not going to be wrong about that."
Lisa and Kyle mended fences and they're good right now.
"What I do love about this season is just the relationships with the women," Kyle told us. "Some are absolutely not going to be repaired, ever. And some have been fixed...there's a lot of glamour, a lot of exciting things and a lot of real-life issues that play out."
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Tuesdays, 9 p.m. on Bravo.
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