Bravo Insider Exclusive!

Create a free profile to get unlimited access to exclusive videos, sweepstakes, and more!

Sign Up for Free to View
Style & Living The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

Kyle Richards & Lisa Rinna Star in a Hilarious '90s-Style Skims Infomercial

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills beauties sat down with Kris Jenner to chat about Kim Kardashian West's shapewear line Skims. 

By Zoey Washington
Kyle Richards Lisa Rinna Skims

In the meetup we never knew we always needed, longtime pals Kris Jenner, Kyle Richards, and Lisa Rinna recreated infomercials past to host a faux talk show dedicated to — of all things — shapewear. But this wasn't just your average commercial. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills "Icons" sat down with the famous Kardasian-Jenner matriarch to tell viewers about Skims (the shapewear solutions brand created by none other than Kim Kardashian West), and let's just say things got real hilarious real fast. 

How to Watch

Catch up on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Peacock or the Bravo App.

On November 18, the ladies of Beverly Hills posted a series of videos in which the ladies got real about body-wear solutions, and each video is more hilarious and offbeat than the last. In the first clip, Lisa, Kyle, and Kris talk about the Skims Everyday Sculpting Bra ($32) in which Kris and Lisa proclaim, "You don't want sweet chariots to swing low" as a model prances on a platform for a "live audience."

In the caption for the video ad, Lisa wrote, "'You don’t want sweet chariots to swing low!' Tune in to SKIMS TV where @krisjenner@kylerichards18 and I talk about the amazing benefits of SKIMS Solutionwear™ and shop the restock on November 20 at 9am PST / 12pm EST at SKIMS.COM #showyourskims." 

In the next clip, Kyle and Lisa talk excitedly about how the Skims Sculpting Bodysuit is not too tight. "I really love the way that these feel," explains Kyle.

"And they're not too tight! You know how some solution-wear is like... it's a little too tight!" Lisa says as she makes a slurping sound meant to symbolize shapewear clinging too tight to your body. 

The idea of Lisa wearing shapewear is funny in and of itself, but somehow her sound effects are both refreshing and relatable. In the final vid, Lisa opens up about her love of Skims — literally— as she peels off her wrap dress to reveal her Skims bodysuit underneath screaming, "Let's just show it!"

Of course, this behavior is not at all surprising given that Lisa has practically made dancing in your Skims a popular pastime. 

Want the latest Bravo updates? Text us for breaking news and more!
Sponsored Stories
Recommended by Zergnet