TV Watch The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
When Yolanda Hadid is ready to mingle, she has a partner in crime who is Famously Single!
More than seven months after Hadid announced her split from David Foster (she filed for divorce in January), Brandi Glanville tells PEOPLE that Hadid still isn't quite ready to put herself out there.
Yolanda Hadid is showing off her "Tahitian style."
Beverly Hills Housewife Kyle Richards is no stranger to drama and negativity, but the mom of four has a steadfast routine to ensure she's taking care of herself despite the stress.
"I'm a tough cookie sometimes," she told PEOPLE at Monday's NBC Upfronts event, "but I'm really emotional and really sensitive."
Season 6 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills was chock-full of drama between Richards, 47, and the other women.
To counterbalance the negativity, Richards revealed to PEOPLE that she takes care of herself through "meditating, yoga and praying."
Brandi Glanville is open to finding love in all sorts of places – even looking within hired help.
On Tuesday night's third and final installment of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion, after nothing else much happened for the whole hour, all of the women were made to name the best quality, in a word, of the woman to their right.
Lisa Rinna called Lisa Vanderpump, with whom she had feuded for months, "cunning" while Erika Girardi labeled Kathryn Edwards, with whom she had feuded briefly that night, "sweetness."
They must have all been feeling pretty positively toward one another – because they'd all just withstood a surprise appearance from Brandi Glanville, who had some choice words of her own.
Glanville appeared via recorded video message, giant wine glass in hand, to give her thoughts and opinions on each woman's behavior this season, "as a viewer."
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Kim Richards is no longer facing an arrest warrant for allegedly skipping her court-ordered alcohol anonymous meetings.
A judge issued the warrant for the 51-year-old reality star, according to court documents obtained by PEOPLE, but revoked it Friday after a rep for Richards showed up in court.
The judge initially said Richards had not shown proof she has been going to the AA meetings she was ordered to attend as a result of a public intoxication arrest last April in Beverly Hills, according to court documents obtained by PEOPLE. TMZ first reported the news.
Authorities claimed that Richards never turned in documentation proving that she is attending the classes ordered under her plea deal in the incident.
There was some good news and some bad news for the Beverly Hills housewives on Tuesday.