Beverly Hills Housewife Lisa Vanderpump says the cameras didn’t lie
By Kim Palacios
“I think that when the cameras follow you for months that they really do get an accurate picture of who you are,” said Beverly Hills Housewife Lisa Vanderpump during Thursday’s continuation of the season one reunion episode. While her co-stars spent most of the two-part recap attempting to redeem themselves for bad behavior caught on film, Vanderpump was the sole voice claiming that the on-screen portrayals were fair.
Her commentary was not surprising—Vanderpump had long distinguished herself as a person of integrity, one possessing a self-awareness uncommon among reality show stars. Vanderpump singlehandedly transformed some of the most vicious “she said, she said” dramas of the season by gently coaxing her catty counterparts to fess up to what really happened.
Most notably, Vanderpump sleuthed out, and revealed, the secret conversation between Camille and Taylor that provoked a drawn-out rivalry among Camille, Kim and Kyle during a trip to New York. She is perhaps the only reality show star in the history of television to own up the old adage, “what you see is what you get”.
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