Upon joining her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-stars onstage for the "Thrills in Beverly Hills: Presented By Tresemmé" panel on Oct. 14, the reality star was booed by some fans in the audience. Lots of people would take offense to this, but Lisa's reaction to it is quite the opposite.
"Everybody was very worried that I was booed," she exclusively told E! News' Erin Lim Rhodes after the panel, "and I take it as a rite of passage, like a wrestler. It's like wrestling."
Having watched plenty of wrestling during her childhood, Lisa noted that "if you were booed, you were the star." And a star she is, having been a RHOBH mainstay since joining the series on season five in 2014.
The Bravolebrity added that she may even consider a future career in the WWE, before joking, "I think I would be smashed and killed instantly."
Though Lisa was unphased by attendees booing her, fans are curious how she'll react to crossing paths with co-star Kathy Hilton at the convention. The two have been at odds since Lisa accused Kathy of having a "meltdown" and insulting cast members during the group's Aspen trip this season.
As for how Lisa thinks they will act upon reuniting? She told Erin, "We're cordial to each other like we always would be."
But just as she brushed off the booing, Lisa brushed off Kathy's insult and even poked fun at it in a now-deleted Instagram post featuring her M&M's character. However, there is one person Lisa said Kathy's words felt reminiscent of.
"Donald Trump," she stated. "He always says, 'And everybody knows it, and everyone knows it, and everyone knows it.' I'll leave you with that."
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Part two of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills three-part season 12 reunion airs Wednesday, Oct. 19, at 8 p.m. on Bravo.
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