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Lisa Vanderpump Reveals Her First Act as President of the Real Housewives
Let's just say the nation's capital may start to look a lot like Villa Rosa.
You made your voice heard and voted for Lisa Vanderpump to become the President of the Real Housewives in the third annual Real Housewives Awards announced Monday night. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills restaurateur has even been sworn in by Andy Cohen (which pretty much makes him the Chief Justice of the Real Housewives, natch) during Monday's Watch What Happens Live.
Lisa didn't even give herself a second to celebrate her victory before she revealed her first acts as President of the Real Housewives during the WWHL After Show. "Oh God, I've got so many. I would paint the White House pink," she told Andy (clip above). "And then I would build a big statue next to Lincoln. Of myself."
Lisa also said that her beloved pup Giggy would "absolutely" be in the Vanderpump Monument as well. We can only imagine the Lincoln Memorial-type statue will feature him sitting on Lisa's lap, as he did during their appearance on WWHL.
The RHOBH entrepreneur painted an even prettier picture of what her presidency will look like on Twitter Tuesday. Just envision a "pink house with puppies on the lawn, a deck chair with a glass of rosè."
Of course, Lisa isn't a natural-born citizen of the United States, and she's not an American citizen either, so she'll unfortunately never be able to become the Commander-in-Chief, as she also noted on Twitter Tuesday.
Lisa also exercised an executive power in letting Dorinda know that pink is her signature color after The Real Housewives of New York City mom was pretty in pink on WWHL. "I loved it," Lisa complimented Dorinda's ensemble (clip above). "But, bitch, it belongs to me."
Well, we'll have to check back in to see how Lisa is doing as President after her first hundred days in office. But our forecast says that her approval rating will remain high throughout her term.
Relive Lisa's presidential inauguration, below.