Lisa Rinna has given the honest reasons behind her departure Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. We have seen many celebrities leave certain shows and certain series that made them famous.
However, leaving him is not a straightforward task but has become the only option. Apart from that if we follow the reactions of the fans then most of them are still as surprised as we least expect. Talking about such things then we have seen lots of celebrities coming out in 2023 from their shows.
Among them is Lisa Rinna who has left The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills. When discussing the reasons for leaving the show, the truth show star has given honest reasons. The 59-year-old actress accepted the invitation while receiving a message from a reporter. His exit was announced earlier this month which left fans in shock.
Here’s What Lisa Rinna Shared About Leaving A Real Housewife in Beverly Hills?
Lisa has told magazines about how much she loved filming the show and what was really not fun about airing it.
The actress continued and said: “Filming is one thing. But once you see it, once it comes out into the universe, I do not like it, because it has a life of its own. While filming, you have your own drama, but it is embodied in a sense. And once it comes out you get the opinion and all the stuff that happens, that is the part I’m not happy about.
Problems arose from the editing of the show in which Lisa was not involved in the editing; if he gets better than me then he will be happier. For this reason, he appeared and had the choice to leave the franchise. Not only was that the only reason to leave because his mother died too which was one more reason to leave. The next reason is the two-sided unfinished story.
Lisa Rinna and Kathy put in lots of drama as we saw in season 12. They demanded mountain-sized meltdowns at nightclubs and insults. Tension inevitably arises between the two which then goes with lots of drama.
Confirming this, Lisa said that it was something that happened very spontaneously at the time. He called it nuclear damage, adding:
“When someone goes through a nuclear breakdown, you do not think, ‘Oh, I must film this.’ It did not cross your mind.”