Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ Season 3 Taglines: Who Says It Best? (POLL)
So did you love the premiere of Season 3 of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills as much as we did? We were curled up with some bubbly and wearing pink in honor of Lisa Vanderpump’s lavish party at Villa Blanca. You know, the one Adrienne Maloof wasn’t invited to?
Monday’s Season 3, Episode 1, “Down and Left Out in Beverly Hills” introduced us to the ladies and their new taglines, so we’ve taken it upon ourselves to tell you what this means for each housewife!
Don’t forget we called it here first. And you’re welcome.
Lisa Vanderpump: Life isn’t all diamonds and rosé, but it should be. Oh Lisa, we know you love the bling, of course your champagne preference is pink! (We have seen your wardrobe.) We’d love to see you try something new for a change. Mix it up a little. Start with Brandi’s black rubber sheets.
Brandi Glanville: Money doesn’t give you class; it just gives you money. Brandi stating the obvious. We love it. Keep those quips coming, Brandi.
Adrienne Maloof: Know your friends; show your enemies the door. Meow! Watch your backs, everyone.
Taylor Armstrong: I fought too hard for this zip code to go home now. Are you going somewhere we need to know about, Taylor? The last time we checked, you had packed yourself in a suitcase.
Yolanda H. Foster: I like to have fun, but I don’t play games. Watch out! Yolanda’s another no-nonsense housewife. Is that why she and Brandi bonded? We’ve already seen her immaculate house, and we know her ex Mohamed Hadid put together Pandora’s over-the-top engagement party— complete with camel — so we cannot wait to see this romantic’s version of “fun.” Will husband David Foster be involved in said fun-ness?
Kim Richards: Life is a journey, and I’m finding myself every day. After the crazy ride with Kim last season, we are just glad to see her back on her feet, post rehab. Whatever journey she’s on, we’re rooting for her. And as for finding herself, we’re glad she hasn’t lost her sense of humor. Boutonniere, anyone?
Kyle Richards: I’m born and raised in Beverly Hills. This is my town. We never doubted your pedigree, Kyle! We like how you were the final lady in the show’s introduction. Does this mean you’re the one to get the last word in, always? We like that. We like that a lot.