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Charli Burnett Reimagines Vanderpump Rules Opener with Safe Cleaning Practices
The new SURver ditched the opening credits' standard drink tray for some household cleaning items.
Amid coronavirus (COVID-19), Charli Burnett is imagining the potential of her Vanderpump Rules introduction while also reminding her followers of safe cleaning practices.
In a TikTok video posted to her Instagram Stories, the new SURver, who is not included in this season's opening credits, blasts the song featured in the opener, “Raise Your Glass” by Dena Deadly, as she dramatically spins. Instead of the standard drink (or tray of drinks) normally included in the opener, Charli, who is wearing her SUR uniform, does everything from balancing a tray of toilet paper and paper towels to pumping Purell into her cleaning glove-clad hands. On the table behind her is a tube of what appears to be disinfectant wipes.
Of course, staying true to the typical opener, throughout the video her hair is blowing thanks to a well-placed ceiling fan. She captioned the clip: "MY INTRO NEXT SEASON."
Other Bravolebrities have been sharing videos highlighting ways to stay clean amid the pandemic as well. In a video recorded for Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen, The Real Housewives of New York City cast member Ramona Singer showed viewers her hand-washing routine.
"Dr. Bernard Schayes, who diagnosed me with Lyme disease, I'm listening to what he tells me. He says to me, 'Soap to the elbow. Not just the hands, to the elbow.' So, since my immune system is lower, I'm not even using the liquid. I'm using regular soap," Ramona explained in the clip. "You lather up and I'm going to the elbow, like he says."
"You don't do it for 20 seconds. In his opinion, Dr. Schayes, you do it for a minute or two. I'm not going to bore you to watch me for a minute or two, but you know what? I'm taking no chances because the virus, I do not want to get in my condition," she continued. "Nor does anyone want to get this in their condition."
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