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Lisa Vanderpump didn't invite all 'RHOBH' housewives to PUMP opening

Lisa Vanderpump at her PUMP opening
Lisa Vanderpump / Twitter

Lisa Vanderpump celebrated a major achievement on Tuesday, May 13, but not all of her "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" co-stars were there to celebrate with her. As reported by RumorFix, Lisa and her husband Ken Todd celebrated the opening of their new establishment, PUMP, in West Hollywood that night. Only two of the Beverly Hills housewives showed up.

The two Beverly Hills housewives who made it were Carlton Gebbia and Joyce Giraud. Joyce color coordinated with Lisa, who wore a sparkly purple gown, by showing up in a slinky purple dress. Joyce, whose husband Michael Ohoven went with her to the festivities, tweeted her congratulations to Lisa and Todd on all of their hard work paying off. While RumorFix spotted Carlton at the celebration, neither Carlton nor Lisa have so far tweeted about her being there.

This means that Yolanda Foster, Kim Richards, Kyle Richards, and Brandi Glanville missed Lisa's big night. While Yolanda is currently in New York City with her daughters, Kim, Kyle, and Brandi all seemed to be at home in the area Tuesday night. Brandi, in fact, tweeted that she was in Beverly Hills hanging out with her friend Jennifer Gimenez.

Lisa admitted that she decided not to extend invitations to everyone. When asked by Access Hollywood if she forgot anyone on the guest list, she joked that she might have forgot to mail some of invitations. In a more serious tone, she said that she wanted the night to be one of positivity and after what she went through last season, she just really wanted a positive night. Given Lisa's feuds with Brandi and Yolanda last season, it wouldn't be surprising if neither of them received an invite.

While not all of the stars of "The Real Housewives of Bevelry Hills" were there, housewives from other shows were. Joanna Krupa, from "The Real Housewives of Miami," and Gretchen Rossi, former star of "The Real Housewives of Orange County," showed up to support Lisa Vanderpump. Viewers of "Vanderpump Rules" will get to see them and everything that happened as Bravo cameras were there filming.

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