After being her co-star for several seasons of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and seeing the couple's dynamic in person, the Bravo star swears that she still couldn't see it coming.
"I was totally gobsmacked. Do you know what gobsmacked means? It's not what Brandi Glanville got me," Lisa joked on SiriusXM's Dirty, Sexy, Funny with Jenny McCarthy show. "It just means shattered, shocked."
She continued, "I loved seeing them together and I thought they were a great fit. I don't know if it's the illness that has taken a toll. It must have. I know when I'm not well, it gets bloody inconvenient."
Throughout this season, Yolanda has been chronicling her health journey and mission to find a cure for Lyme Disease. Along the way, she has faced some speculation from her friends about what's really going on with her condition.
"I took some heat in the first episode when I said, ‘Well I have questions,' but as you see now…I think she has questions now too," Lisa explained to Jenny McCarthy. "She's having her breast implants taken out so is it silicon poisoning that's really damaged her immune system?"
The bombshells kept coming when Yolanda revealed both Bella Hadid and Anwar Hadid are battling the same disease.
"I never knew that," Lisa explained. "So you'll see that as that progresses."
While there's plenty of drama to come this season on the Bravo reality show, Lisa also addressed recent reports that she received a few nasty texts from her former co-star Brandi right around the holidays.
"Suddenly I get this text and it's Vander See You Next Tuesday with a text saying karma is a bitch and it was a really nasty, aggressive text," Lisa shared when discussing the unexpected messages. "I haven't heard from her in ages. I just thought why would that suddenly come through now? When she said karma's a bitch, I just lost my little dog and he just died and she says it wasn't about that but that's how I obviously interrupted it because nothing else significant had happened in my life."
Brandi later confirmed the text sorta by tweeting, "If UR going to use a TV show to talk s--t about me where I am UNable to defend myself UR getting a rude text at the very least #VANDERC--T."
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