Lisa Vanderpump was shown taking a lie detector test in the very last minutes of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills last night. Viewers were stunned to see her strapped into the device.
Of course, everything will be continued to next week so The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills viewers will have to wait to find out what went down. All of this stems from “puppy gate” which has literally torn the group of ladies apart.
Why did Lisa Vanderpump take a lie detector test?
Kyle Richards and Lisa Vanderpump had a huge falling out over Dorit Kemsley and the dog drama. This entire season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills has been centered around “puppy gate,” and the accusations that Vanderpump sold a story to the tabloids was just the final straw.
The women believed that LVP sold the story to a tabloid but she has been adamant that she did not. Dorit immediately accused her of doing it because the wording used was reportedly English in nature, though that has left viewers scratching their heads.
In order to clear her name, Lisa Vanderpump decided to take the lie detector test. What will the answers reveal?
What will Lisa Vanderpump do with The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills in the future?
As of now, Lisa Vanderpump hasn’t talked much about her plans for The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. There is speculation that she will skip out on the upcoming reunion taping, and if that happens, she likely won’t return for Season 10.
Currently, she is busy with her restaurants and bars. The Vanderpump Rules reunion was taped a few weeks back and is currently airing. Filming for that show will begin again shortly and Lisa Vanderpump will likely attend Brittany Cartwright and Jax Taylor’s wedding at the end of June.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Tuesday nights at 9/8c on Bravo.
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