Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richard's lips are sealed when it comes to her season-four status, but that doesn't mean she won't drop any clues.
Tipping toeing around the much-buzzed about topic, the mother of four would not confirm whether she'll be back on Bravo, but she did dish deets on sister Kim Richards' status.
"Our relationship is in a much better place," the reality told E! News while promoting her contribution to the new Clorox Ick-tionary. "My sister is in a great place, she's very strong."
Although Kim's recovery from her alcohol addiction was a big storyline for season three, there were rumors the former child actress would not be returning to the show, but Kyle hints the twosome will return together.
"We can't really talk about [the next season] whether we're moving forward or not, but if we did, it would be together," she said.
Sounds like the Richards' sisters might be back (yay!), but there's still one Housewives seat to fill after Adrienne Maloof and Camille Grammer's shocking exit (season three newcomer Yolanda Hadid has already confirmed her return).
"There have been so many rumors," Kyle said of the new castmember, who will be filling Maloof's high-heeled shoes. "There's that woman [the Baroness] there's Lisa Rinna, there was another one yesterday and all of these are exactly what you just said: rumors."
She continued, adding she has no idea who will be joining the upcoming season, "That really is true, that's not even like, 'Oh I can't talk about it.' I really really don't know."
Guess we'll have to wait and see! But in the meantime, Kyle can talk about the type of woman she hopes will join the show.
"Someone who's a girl's girl, someone who is supportive, someone who is intelligent, someone with a sense of humor and likes to have fun," she explained. "So I feel like it's someone that I could have fun with and wouldn't stab you in the back and try to make up lies about you and make you look bad so they look better—ha!"
As for her expectations as she looks back at season three?
"There was sort of an unspoken sisterhood, and I didn't really feel that this season, which was sad to me, so, you know, I would like whoever came in, we could kind of get that back again."
We're sure all the girls agree.
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