Lisa Vanderpump Nervous About RHOBH Reunion

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If you’ve ever watched the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, you know it’s filled with crying, lying, backstabbing, and drama so juicy you need a towel to clean up with afterwards. If you’ve ever watched a reunion of the show, however, you know that is when s*** gets real.

Most television shows on Bravo tape a reunion after the season is over, in which cast members come back together after they have seen the episodes. Many of the shows include “talking head interviews” in which the ladies spill and often say nasty and snarky things about their cast members, who have no idea these comments are made until the episodes are aired.

As you can imagine, the reunions can get quite intense, as they are often filled with confrontations regarding what was said in those interviews, and this is precisely what housewife Lisa Vanderpump is worried about.

Vanderpump has been at odds with most of the ladies this season, including ex-besties Kyle Richards and Brandi Glanville. She has also gotten into it with other cast mates with whom she previously got along with, like Yolanda Foster and Kim Richards.

"Lisa has been trying to spin everything in anticipation of the reunion not being good for her," stated an inside source in an interview. "She's scared and concerned that people's opinions of her might change. She might come out of this no longer as the queen."

One of the most shocking events of the season was the falling out of the Vanderpump Rules star and Brandi Glanville. The two have been partners in crime since Glanville joined the show, and Vanderpump even seemed to treat Glanville like an adopted daughter. All of that came to an end this season when Glanville revealed she felt that Vanderpump constantly manipulated her.

Glanville also told Kyle Richards that Vanderpump encouraged her to bring tabloids that featured cheating rumors about Richards’ husband Mauricio on a girls trip to Palm Springs, just to stir things up -- an accusation that Vanderpump vehemently denies.

"I've been under your spell for two years,” Glanville told Vanderpump on last night’s season four finale. "Truth is, I'm stronger on my own. I don't ever want to be on the other side of your anger. With this fight, I finally feel free. I love you, but I'm not part of your game anymore."

"We loved you," replied Vanderpump.

Despite the drama, many Twitter users are still on the Dancing With the Stars alum's side:

Vanderpump herself also took to Twitter to thank her fans, and put in a request:

Watch the ladies relive the dramatic season on the first installment of the three-part reunion, to air on March 17 on Bravo.

Image via Lisa Vanderpump, Twitter

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