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Here's Who Lisa Vanderpump Still Keeps in Touch With From RHOBH

The Vanderpump Rules restaurateur has many friends in the "Bravo-verse."

By Laura Rosenfeld
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Lisa Vanderpump may have exited The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills after Season 9, but she still keeps in touch with a couple of ladies from her time on the show.

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Andy Cohen caught up with Lisa on Watch What Happens Live on March 23 and asked her, "Who in the Bravo-verse have you remained in touch with? A lot of people?" "Not too many, but I love Jenni Pulos. I've seen Jeff Lewis, as we'll see later," Lisa replied. "I saw Heather and Terry Dubrow."

Lisa then shared that she does, in fact, stay in contact with a couple of fellow RHOBH alums. "I speak with Camille [Grammer] sometimes," she said. "And Joyce Giraud is one of my very, very best friends, even though she was only on Bravo for a minute."

Camille is, of course, one of Lisa's fellow RHOBH OGs who has appeared on the show throughout the seasons. Joyce was part of RHOBH's Season 4 cast. If you follow Lisa on social media, you'll often see her exchanging friendly messages with Camille and Joyce.

As for Jeff and the Dubrows, Lisa recently got the chance to catch up with them in person, inviting them over for some food and fun at her iconic home, Villa Rosa, in her new E! series Overserved with Lisa Vanderpump. Lisa will be joined by several celebrity guests throughout the season, including a couple of other familiar faces to Bravo fans: Lala Kent and James Kennedy.

Lisa recently shared during an interview with The Daily Dish that all of her guests on Overserved this season were "incredible," calling Vivica A. Fox "a goddess," and noting that Kym Whitley "was very, very funny." "We had some great people. Steve-O is hilarious. Jim Jeffries was everything. And Iggy Azalea and Trixie Mattel were, like, on fire. I mean, they were funny," Lisa said. "Cheryl Hines, Joel McHale, I mean, right, we just had great people and everybody was up for laughs, and I couldn’t have asked for better guests, really."

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