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This season The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills crew looks a little different after the departure of Brandi Glanville and Kim Richards in full-time Housewife capacity. And given that change, Kyle Richards explains that the stories taking place during Season 6 will reflect the squad's current struggles.
"We have a lot of drama and problems and issues this season amongst the women," Kyle told The Daily Dish. "It's not crazy like throwing wine in each other's faces or shoving each other or slapping each other across the face like when Brandi was there. It's a very different kind of drama. You know, last season with all that stuff going on with Brandi, none of us felt comfortable with that. That's not who we are. I've never had someone shove me before. Lisa [Vanderpump's] never been slapped in her life. So, you know, it's a different kind of drama, but somthing that we're comfortable with. This is who we are; this is our life."
Of course, filming this season was also unusual given the fact that her sister, Kim, stepped away to deal with some personal issues, including two arrests and seeking treatment for substance abuse. "It felt really weird starting the show this season without my sister. We started this together and she's a very big part of the show and, obviously, apart of my life," Kyle said. "It felt very strange, but the timing just wasn't right because she was taking care of herself, and, so, it took some getting used to."-Reporting by Megan Segura
That's not all Kyle talked about. Below, she also weighed in on Yolanda Foster's battle with Lyme disease.
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