RHOBH: Lisa Vanderpump Makes a Plea on Dorit’s Behalf (Season 8, Episode 21) | Bravo

RHOBH: Lisa Vanderpump Makes a Plea on Dorit’s Behalf (Season 8, Episode 21) | Bravo



Lisa asks the audience to give Dorit Kemsley another chance. Watch new episodes of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Tuesdays at 9/8c, only on Bravo!
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37 thoughts on “RHOBH: Lisa Vanderpump Makes a Plea on Dorit’s Behalf (Season 8, Episode 21) | Bravo

  1. Dorit and Erica bring the drama they are real women that say how they feel I hate that reserved hiding thing were they all pretend to care about each other even when they don’t this is why they get low ratings also bye teddy please idgaf bout horse bring jack and Diane lol @johnmellencamp

  2. Vanderpump works in restaraunts so dealing with people's shit and having patience is a trait that you can tell she has look at the way she speaks

  3. Is Erika a robot? I know her outfit might be uncomfortable, but the face, the arms…the weird mechanical movement of her head. I know she supposedly had a migraine, but WEIRD.

  4. Teddy – did daddy get involved here!!! knocking on Andys door!!! Andy seems to be protecting you here! I agree with Erica here get it up or get out! Grow some balls!

  5. Dorit runs her mouth so much she can't remember what she said! Vanderpump made a plea on her behalf because she feels she may be the one to go. I say good riddance.

  6. Dorit is a grown woman, the audience feels a “certain” way about her, because she’s chosen, key word “chosen” to behave in a cringeworthy manner. I won’t cry for her if she’s let go, there are waaaaaaay more interesting, endearing, rich, middle-aged, Beverly Hills housewives to take interest in.

  7. No Lisa, we don't like Dorit. Because she's annoying, she doesn't own her mistakes, she makes drama out of nothing, never apologizes and twists the events in her favour all the time. She fakes her accent, acts like her shit doesn't stink, talks behind people back and has nothing for herself basically. She's not the kind of villain we want.

  8. I feel like we all at one point have had a friend that was hard to stand by, and it takes a while to realize how toxic they were. That’s dorit for Lisa

  9. I had to turn the channel when Kyle was crying about her sister and Dorit found a way to make the conversation about her. She has zero self-awareness and sucks the life out of a room when she talks.

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