The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 10 Trailer Is Here
The bitches of Beverly Hills are back, and no that's not shade, "bitch" is a term of endearment.
I've been a tad MIA lately with all my university assessments and this coronavirus mishegas keeping me busy, however, with everyone in quarantine it's time for me to do my civic duty and keep you guys entertained with my bitchy reporting on the events of reality television.
The last few seasons of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills have been more sleep-inducing than a packet of Xanax, so it's hard for me to decide whether this trailer is truly promising a good season, or if it's another round of Bravo bait, but there's only one way to find out.
Does anyone else think their cast photo looks like a box of gay crayons?
For season ten, Kyle Richards, Lisa Rinna, Erika Jayne, Dorit Kemsley, Teddi Mellencamp, and Denise Richards are all back with full-time newbie and the first black Housewife in BH: Garcelle Beauvais.
Unfortunately, Sutton Stracke only ended up as a "friend of" which is upsetting because if there's one franchise that can cope with eight Housewives, it's Beverly Hills.
The trailer shows Kyle and Dorit fighting over who knows what, Sutton calls out Teddi for being boring (so I like her already) and of course the main drama surrounds Denise's beef with the group, with Brandi Glanville popping in to tell the ladies about their steamy lesbian affair. What more could we ask for?
It also seems like Messy Rinna is back, as she's feuding with her longtime friend Denise and speculates if the actress is manipulating her. Rinna, didn't you learn anything from Lisa Vanderpump?
Erika also finally seems like she's working for her paycheck after she gets into it with Denise's husband Aaron Phypers, which is hilarious considering she was lusting after the hot couple last season...
Apart from tiny snippets of these women "fighting" with each other, the only other big takeaways were the ladies trip to Rome, which seems like a lifetime ago considering Italy's current COVID-19 status, and cameos from past Housewives such as Brandi, Kim Richards, Eileen Davidson, Adrienne Maloof, Camille Grammer, and even the Morally Corrupt Faye Resnick.
Other storylines are set to center around Erika's new Broadway role in Chicago and Teddi's pregnancy, which both equally make me want to run into ongoing traffic at the thought of watching them push these things down our throats for the next 6 months.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season ten is set to premiere April 15th at 8/9c on Bravo, and considering everyone will still be in lockdown by then, no one has an excuse not to watch.
Check out the dramatic trailer below:
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