Adrienne Maloof didn't show up for the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" reunion taping and Andy Cohen is not happy about it.
Ditching the 'RHOBH' reunion taping is in a whole different zone for Andy Cohen. He told E! that "she stiffed me" and he was not at all pleased.
He made it clear that it was a bad move on her part not showing up because she wasn't able to talk about all of the drama that's happened this season, like her feud with Brandi Glanville.
"I feel it was bad for her because, why let six women have the last word on an entire season? I think she should have been there to speak her mind, and she may be surprised with some of the directions the conversations took."
Obviously Maloof can't take the heat facing the other ladies. Or she just doesn't care. Since she announced her exit from "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" it seems that she is trying to distance herself from the very drama she created.
Will the "RHOBH" two-part reunion still be a drama-fest without Maloof present? According to Andy Cohen, it will be "explosive."
Cohen tells E!, "It was explosive in a Beverly Hills way, which was a very sophisticated conversation with bows and arrows and daggers being thrown but everyone staying seated ... You know, not a hair out of place."