Saturday, March 19, 2016

Kim Richards Plans To Win Back Her Place On ‘The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills’


Inquistr.com:
After Kim Richards left The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills last year, few thought she’d be back in action the following season. However, Kim managed to work through her issues with substance abuse and made a few cameos this season on the hit reality show. With a full comeback in mind for next year, how is Kim planning on convincing the network to take her back?

For starters, Radar Online is reporting that Kim used her appearance on the show’s reunion episodes to make her case. In particular, Kim has done a lot to mend her relationship with sister Kyle Richards while most of the other cast members also welcomed her with open arms.

“Kim made a triumphant return to film the reunion and everyone was very happy to see her,” a source told the outlet. “Her sister Kyle was very emotional and so happy to see Kim received with such an outpouring of love. Kim said she was sober and had been going to AA meetings.”

Apart from the heartwarming welcome home, the insider added that Kim didn’t waste a minute making it clear that she enjoyed being back on the show. “It was clear that Kim was using this as the opportunity to make the case for her return next season,” the source explained. “She kept saying how good it was to be back and how much she missed everyone.”
According to The Hollywood Gossip, Kim Richards is also prepared to bring her fair share of drama next season. In fact, the reality star threw herself into the drama mix during the reunion when she confronted Lisa Rinna about some of her past comments.

“[Kim] lit into Lisa Rinna about comments she had made in the past,” an insider shared. “She took exception to statements made that Lisa was scared of Kim. It was clear that Kim was hoping to get a reaction from Lisa.”
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