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Lisa Vanderpump on for 'RHOBH' season five; Yolanda Foster to make things right?

 TV personality Lisa Vanderpump attends #TheLinkParty by IceLink hosted by Ronda Rousey and Sponsored by Fashion Forwards, Forgiato, Rebelle Makeup, and LeRush Swimwear at the IceLink Boutique West Hollywood benefiting The Special Needs Network on May 14.
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Fans of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," or Lisa Vanderpump's fans more like it, can rejoice. On Thursday, June 19, the British restaurateur and fan favorite confirmed that she'll be returning for the fifth season.

Lisa posted a tweet that shows that she's hoping that season five will be much better for her than season four was. Despite what she went through last season, she's optimistic. She wrote that five, in reference to the show's fifth season, has always been her lucky number. Her tweet's ending, "let the games begin," also indicates that she's ready for whatever the other housewives have up their sleeves and will do all she can to beat them.

Many of her fans replied to her tweet to express how excited they are now that Lisa's continuing on with the show. One person even wrote that the news made her night.

While Lisa's fans are happy over the news, it's likely that the co-stars with whom she feuded with last season aren't as happy. Yolanda Foster, who was a very vocal critic of Lisa last season, seemed to hint that she's ready to make things right with Lisa and move on. On the same night that Lisa made her announcement, Yolanda tweeted that it's never too late to make things right. Of course, Yolanda's tweet may not be talking about Lisa at all, especially since it was posted a few minutes before Lisa's return announcement.

However, several people did assume that Yolanda was talking about her situation with Lisa. They replied to her tweet saying that Yolanda must have learned her lesson from last season and now wants to get on Lisa's good side again.

So far, Lisa Vanderpump's other co-stars, Kyle Richards, Kim Richards and Brandi Glanville, have remained silent over the big news on their social media accounts. It still remains to be seen who will be coming in to replace Joyce Giraud and Carlton Gebbia, both of whom were dropped from "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" after only one season.

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