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Now We Know What Denise Richards Meant by "Bravo, Bravo, F--king Bravo" in the RHOBH Season 10 Premiere

Kyle Richards just spilled some major behind-the-scenes tea on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

By Laura Rosenfeld

We're still processing everything we saw of what's to come with Denise Richards this season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. However, there is one moment from the teaser at the end of the Season 10 premiere that has left us truly puzzled.

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The sneak peek shows the drama with the RHOBH cast that leads up to Denise stopping "shooting with the group" this season, including one moment where she seems to have reached her breaking point during one night out with the ladies. "I am not doing this, you guys. Stop. Bravo, Bravo, f--king Bravo," Denise says in the clip. "I'm out. I am not f--king doing this."

Unless Denise is applauding someone in this moment, we're pretty sure she just said the name of the network RHOBH airs on. So, why would Denise have name dropped Bravo? 

Kyle Richards had a theory during an Instagram Live chat with The Daily Dish podcast co-host Megan Segura following the RHOBH Season 10 premiere on April 15, which you can view in the above clip. She explained that in Season 1 of RHOBH, she and her fellow OGs would touch up their makeup while the cameras were down for an equipment change or a break. "If the cameras come back up and we don't want them to film us yet, we would joke and say, 'Oh, Bravo, Bravo, Bravo. Hi, Andy Cohen. Hi, Andy Cohen,'" Kyle said. "And then laugh so they wouldn't use the footage because you can't break the fourth wall because they don't acknowledge that we're on a show." 

Denise must have found out about this former strategy of the Beverly Hills Housewives, according to Kyle. "So I guess someone told Denise that, that we used to do that. But that literally was 10 years ago," Kyle explained. "Denise] started saying that when she didn't want what we were talking about [in Season 10] to be used. She was like, 'I'm just gonna start throwing that out there, and they won't use the footage.' And then they did."

Well, that solved one mystery, but now we're dying to know what Denise didn't want to be captured on camera. We're just going to have to keep watching this season of RHOBH to find out.

Want more RHOBH? New episodes air every Wednesday at 8/7c or catch up on this season through the Bravo app.

Watch a sneak peek of the next episode, below.

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