'RHOBH': Lisa Vanderpump Names the Only Ex Co-Star She Would Invite to Her Podcast

Lisa Vanderpump rose to mainstream fame thanks to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. The reality TV personality had dabbled in a couple of actings gigs when she got to Hollywood but nothing panned out big. Her life completely changed when she joined the cast of the Bravo show and now she’s starting a podcast. Although she left in bad terms with the ladies, there’s one former co-star that she would love to have as a guest.

Lisa Vanderpump gets a podcast

Life after RHOBH has had its ups and downs for Vanderpump. She recently got a spinoff at Peacock called Vanderpump Dogs that should be premiering soon on the new streaming service. Vanderpump’s name has also been involved in controversy as several cast members of Vanderpump Rules, where she is credited as executive producer, were fired for racist actions. On top of all that drama, she was recently sued by a former employee who alleges she was not paid properly.

Although life is not all diamonds and rosé, Vanderpump also recently announced a new venture into podcasting. The British reality TV personality announced that she will have a podcast and teased what it will all be about.

“I have finally started preparing for my own podcast,” she posted. “I am excited to connect with you guys more through this series, and I would love to hear what topics and questions you have for me!”

Some of the topics Vanderpump said she would talk about included: “Business, entrepreneurship, design, restaurants, wine & cocktails, food, cooking, activism, philanthropy, dogs, ponies, marriage, relationships, sex.. or lack thereof lol!”

“I would love to focus on all aspects of my life and have some great discussions with you,” she ended.

Vanderpump did not give a timeframe as to when her podcast would be released.

The 1 ‘RHOBH’ Star She Would Invite

Many were skeptical about a Vanderpump podcast, but the restauranteur said that she loves talking and “connecting with people.”

“All the times I’ve done kind of personal appearances, everybody will tell you, we’ve been across the country with the [Vanderpump] rosé,” she told Entertainment Tonight. “I stay to meet every single person that has showed up, because I really do love talking to people that have supported us over the years.”

Vanderpump said that the show will “be about fan questions and people that inspire” her. She joked about having Housewives as guests, which she doesn’t seem too thrilled about doing.

“Oh, I’m going to have all the Housewives on of course… said no one ever,” Vanderpump said making use of her British humor. “Well, not from Beverly Hills.”

As you may know, Vanderpump exited the show on bad terms with all of the cast, especially Kyle Richards and Dorit Kemsley.

However, she did mention that she would have Joyce Giraud on the show. The latter only appeared in one season but has remained closed with Vanderpump ever since.

Vanderpump continues to have a strong following with fans that love and adore her. As the restaurant business hurts due to the pandemic, the podcast will provide an outlet for the reality star to continue making connections.

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