Season 7 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills has been emotional for the 90210 ladies. Controversies and controversial statements aside, things reached a different level of emotion during Part 3 of the RHOBH reunion when Lisa Vanderpump candidly opened up about the current status of her son, Max, and his search for his birth mother. We're breaking down some of the buzziest moments in The Daily Dish Morning After.
1. A Mother's Love
During the reunion, the restaurant mogul confirmed that her son had found his mother after hiring a private investigator during a teary moment. So what's next? "I'm OK with it. I don't know why I feel tearful," she said. "I think he should [meet her]. And he said to me the most unbelievable thing. He said to me, 'I want to thank her.'"
2. Doggone Cute
Is there a rivalry brewing between Vanderpump's equally-adorable pooches Giggy and Harrison? Not a chance. Why? Well according to Vanderpump, "The Gigster still reigns supreme and they're best friends." And that fact warms our heart.
3. Did They Bury the Beef... We Mean, Bunny?
The final act of the RHOBH reunion couldn't wrap up without Kim Richards and Lisa Rinna having one more faceoff. "To do something like that is sick," Lisa told the RHOBH sister after she returned the stuff bunny to her, before claiming that she's Kim's "meal ticket" for getting time on the show.
4. Looking for Love
Even celebs have a hard time finding the one. Or, should we make that they have a harder time? "You know just meeting people, it's different when you're kind of a known person," The Arrangement star Josh Henderson explained. "You never know, 'Is this person, is this going to be genuine and authentic or is this something that it's like they see me as the person that they've seen before and not me for me?' It makes it tough. It really makes dating tough for sure."
5. Speaking of Passion...
While some celebs are passionate about romance, RHONY pal Carole Radziwill feels all warm inside when she thinks about politics. "I'm very interested in politics. I always have been. At ABC News, I covered lots of politics. I interviewed lots of politicians and spent a lot of time in Washington, D.C. So it's just something that I've always been interested in. I'm not a political expert. I'm not Rachel Maddow," she said. "It's a hobby and an interest and a passion."
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