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Lisa Vanderpump nearly turned down Lady Gaga video because of co-star drama

'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' cast on the set of Lady Gaga's music video for "G.U.Y."
'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' cast on the set of Lady Gaga's music video for "G.U.Y."
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Lisa Vanderpump and the cast of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" recently appeared in Lady Gaga's latest music video for her new song, "G.U.Y.," but for Vanderpump, she wasn't immediately sold on the idea -- mainly because of the ongoing drama between her and her Bravo co-stars.

According to a March 31 report by Wetpaint Entertainment, Vanderpump has revealed to The Hollywood Reporter that she nearly turned down the chance to appear in the video.

"I spoke to Andy [Cohen] and said, 'I don’t feel up to spending the day with these other women — they’re just too mean and bitchy,'" Lisa explained.

But then, Gaga, who has been very public about her love for "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," as well as its spinoff series "Vanderpump Rules," called Vanderpump herself, pleading for her to get on board.

"I said I’d do it, but on one condition," Lisa revealed. "I want backup. I want the Gigster. She said, 'I’d love to have the Gigster in it.'"

And from there, Vanderpump and the ladies, except for Brandi Glanville and Joyce Giraud, filmed the video.