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‘RHOBH’ reunion part 2: Booze, drugs, witchcraft, other intimate things revealed

‘RHOBH’ reunion part 2: Booze, drugs, witchcraft, other intimate things revealed
‘RHOBH’ reunion part 2: Booze, drugs, witchcraft, other intimate things revealed
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“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” reunion has been broken down into three parts and the second part of the reunion special will include a lot of whining and talk about wine and witchcraft. Even “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” husbands will be involved.

‘RHOBH’ reunion part 2: Booze, drugs, witchcraft, other intimate things revealed
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New “RHOBH” Carlton Gebbia and Kyle Richards will once again go head to head over religion. In the clip provided by Bravo on March 19 Kyle calls Carlton a liar and a hypocrite. Carlton asks Kyle if she should ask her about her religion. Kyle tells Carlton to go ahead and ask she is proud of her religion. Carlton says she is proud of her religion too. Richards then asks Gebbia, “What should I do? Ask you about your sex toys?”

In addition to the whining and talk of witchcraft, “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” discuss Brandi Glanville’s drinking. Brandi Glanville says she is not in a bathroom snorting cocaine or sitting in her car smoking pot, but she does like her wine. Kyle Richards thinks that Brandi takes it too far with her drinking.

Part of the whining takes place when Kim Richards and Lisa Vanderpump go at it because Kim missed a few parties and dinners. Kim sticks up for herself, explaining that she missed a huge chunk of her life and a huge chunk of her children’s lives because of her drug and alcohol addiction. Richards says, “I’m sorry I missed a party or two!”

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