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Lisa Vanderpump fears fan backlash over 'RHOBH' reunion

Lisa Vanderpump attends The Lourdes Foundation 'Leadership in the 21st Century' Event with His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama at the California Science Center on February 26, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.
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Lisa Vanderpump used to be the most beloved character on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," but after a drama-filled season four, many fans have turned their back on her.

During the show, Vanderpump showed fans a different side of her, and what was seen wasn't great. While Vanderpump is typically compassionate and fun, her season four persona was cold and she didn't appear to really care about anything. In fact, during most of the season, she seemed completely annoyed at the women.

Now, after seeing how her persona has changed, Vanderpump is reportedly in fear that she will continue to lose fans as the three-part reunion starts airing next week.

"Lisa has been trying to spin everything in anticipation of the reunion not being good for her," the insider told Us Weekly on March 10. "She's scared and concerned that people's opinions of her might change. She might come out of this no longer as the queen."

During the reunion, many of the ladies are on the attack when it comes to Vanderpump's actions during the season, and even Kim Richards, who is typically one of the more neutral cast members, sounded off about her holier than thou ways.

"'For four years, all I've wanted is your approval because I've looked up to you, and you have done nothing but thumb your nose at me,'" Richards said, according to the insider. "'It's really insulting that you've made me feel like s--t, and that's why I have an issue with you.'"

As for how things ended with Vanderpump and the other ladies, there was progress made, but not everyone got what they were hoping for as far as Vanderpump's admissions go.

"Lisa did own up to a lot of it, but didn't apologize," a second source tells Us. "She seemed defeated."

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