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Lisa Vanderpump Laughs at Lisa Rinna

By Lucía Murphy

Lisa Vanderpump Laughs at Lisa Rinna

Lisa Vanderpump Launches a Message On Twitter 

Lisa Rinna announced she would be leaving the reality show The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills - and her former co-star Lisa Vanderbomba apparently weighed in.

"Ding dong," tweeted Vanderpump, 62, on Thursday, Jan. 5, just hours after Rinna, 59, revealed she would not be returning to the Bravo series. The comment appeared to reference the lyrics to the song "Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead," which appeared in the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz.

The two women have found themselves in several on-air fights over the years.

 

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Aside from on-air clashes, the women were previously involved in a bitter feud when Rinna accused Vanderpump of setting up cast members and orchestrating storylines in 2019 — including one that surfaced on the show by Vanderpump's employees at Vanderpump Dogs.

At the time, Rinna shared a lengthy message on her Instagram Story addressing the rumors — telling Vanderpump, "If this indeed becomes another show, my lawyer will be calling."

"I left because I was very, very, very, very unhappy and I didn't like being called a liar," she told Us during an episode of the "Getting Real with the Housewives" podcast. "To accuse me of selling a story, when stories never come out of my restaurants, you know, it was a big insult to me. It was about my heart, it was about the Vanderpump Dog Foundation, which was something that was born out of total compassion and my passion project. I just thought, 'I'm done with that.'"

On Thursday, Rinna, who joined ROBH in Season 5, explained why she felt it was now her turn to move on.

 

HIS FAREWELL TO THE SHOW

 

"This is the longest job I've had in my 35-year career and I'm grateful to everyone at Bravo and everyone involved in the series," she said. We in a prayer. "It's been a fun 8-year run and I'm excited for what's to come!"

The former soap star's rep added that because her contract "expired at the end of last season," Rinna took the "time to weigh her current options and business obligations" and ultimately "mutually decided" with Bravo that she would not return to the franchise.

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