TV Watch The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
The wait is (almost) over!
Is there another health scandal brewing in Bravo's biggest franchise?
In the supertease for season 6 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills released exclusively on PEOPLE last week, the ladies seemed to doubt Yolanda Foster's 2012 Lyme disease diagnosis, even mentioning Munchausen syndrome, a mental disorder in which someone falsely believes he or she is physically ill.
"They like to prey on the weak. You're sick, so let's go after you," pal Brandi Glanville tells Foster, 51, in the trailer.
The ladies of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills are back!
Lisa Vanderpump, Kyle Richards, Yolanda Foster, Lisa Rinna and Eileen Davidson are all returning as Housewives for season 6 of the Bravo reality series.
In an exclusive sneak peek at the new season, not everyone is getting along in the 90210 (per usual), and there's plenty of drama with the ladies. Fans also get to meet two new cast members: Foster's friend, singer Erika Girardi and former NFL star Donnie Edwards' wife Kathryn, who's also known Rinna for two decades.
As several cast members from The Real Housewives of Orange County attempt to shut out Vicki Gunvalson (in part due to her ex-boyfriend Brooks Ayers' alleged fabrications about having cancer) by threatening not to film with her anymore, Gunvalson has found an unlikely ally in former franchise star Brandi Glanville.
"I just though she got a bad rap," The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills vet Glanville told PEOPLE at the Rhonda's Kiss All-Star benefit concert to raise funds for cancer care in Los Angeles on Tuesday. "Without her and Brooks this season, they wouldn't have had a storyline, and now they're saying they don't want to shoot with her? It disgusts me!"
Glanville, who left her show earlier this year after a negative social media backlash, said she doesn't think Gunvalson should get the ax because of Ayers' behavior.
The moving trucks have come and gone, and the Foster family's magnificent floor-to-ceiling refrigerator sits sadly empty.
Reality star Yolanda Foster and husband David Foster have officially moved out of their sprawling Malibu, California, mansion.
"Beautiful ending to a beautiful chapter of our life," Yolanda wrote on Instagram Sunday, alongside of a photo of her and David by the home's pool. "Colorful memories of Love, Life and Family will live within our hearts forever...... #SaluteToMalibuMagic #ByeByeHomeSweetHome #OverAndOut."
After a tumultuous few months of legal and substance abuse struggles, Kim Richards seems to be on the road to recovery.
This week, Yolanda Foster revealed that two of her children, Bella and Anwar Hadid, were diagnosed with Lyme disease.
The 51-year-old former model has been open about her own 3-year struggle with the illness on social media and on her blog for The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
Fans of the Real Housewives franchise were shocked and concerned when Kim Zolciak-Biermann was hospitalized in late September after having a mini stroke.
Though the scare forced the Atlanta-based mother of six out of the competition on Dancing with the Stars, Zolciak-Biermann has been making a full recovery in recent weeks.
Of course, Zolciak-Biermann is far from the first Housewife to endure a difficult health crisis or face down a terrifying diagnosis.
In the years since the franchise first began, fans have watched and supported their favorite stars through their battles with chronic illness and scary hospital stays. And in many instances, the wives themselves have stuck by one another through all manner of horrific health struggles.