Some broken friendships on the Real Housewives franchise just can't be repaired.
Just a few short days after the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills kicked off its new season, we caught up with one of the castmembers who has us thinking, there could still be a chance at a friendship after all.
"I love Lisa at the end of the day and I care about the whole family," Brandi told E! News at the premiere party for Bravo's first scripted series Girlfriend's Guide to Divorce. "I was going to cuss, but stuff goes down and time heals."
Yes, some serious stuff does go down in the new season.
In the show's season trailer, cameras catch Brandi slapping Lisa for an unknown reason. Lisa would later confirm the woman responsible on Watch What Happens Live.
"You'll have to definitely wait and find out what happened," Brandi recently teased to E! News. "I really care about her and I know she really cares about me too, so you'll all see how that ends up."
With so much drama between the two, some fans have to ask themselves: Is this all for real? As it turns out, what you see is what you get.
"It's real. It's real TV. It's not made up," Brandi shared. "There's no script and we go through life's changes and they unfold on TV. Some are good and some are horrible and it is what it is."
One way Brandi is trying to stay away from the drama is by using her new app titled Blunder Block.
Available on Android devices, the helpful app can help block contacts, double check your social media posts before they are shared and can even help you obtain a designated driver.
“It protects you from yourself. If you’re drinking and tweeting or drinking and dating or any of that stuff,” she explained. “I know it’s something I’ve needed for a very long time.”
Watch the drama unfold when Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. only on Bravo.