Taylor Armstrong Gets Sloppy On 'Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills' Dinner Party
Bravo's The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is back with a characteristic vengeance, this time between just about everyone who was lucky enough to be at the swank dinner party hosted by new housewife Yolanda Foster, and that includes Foster's hubby, singer / songwriter David Foster, Lisa Vanderpump, Adrienne Maloof and Taylor Armstrong.
Vanderpump kicked off the drama by stopping by Kyle Richards' place to talk about the hell that would inevitably break loose when she came face-to-face with Adrienne at the party. As it stood, Lisa's cattiness needed a little help when Adrienne and Paul actually arrived, as she could only manage to snub Paul by walking away — a far cry from the fireworks fans were promised.
Paul was fighting mad, however. "When I walk up to the group to say hi, Lisa just turns and walks away," he later complained to Kyle. "Not cool. I'm not going to say hi to that one, that's all. F–k that. After what she did to us, I'm not going to do that."
But Taylor actually ended up winning the faux-pas award of the night, having too much to drink and getting nasty at the dinner table, first about Brandi Glanville, who wasn't even present at the occasion. "Tonight, actually, we've got a pretty good table because my arch nemesis isn't here. Otherwise she would be going down right now. She's slept with everyone in Beverly Hills," she told the table.
"It was just really inappropriate," Yolanda later told the cameras. "There's nothing more ugly than a drunk woman."
She later all but booed a piano performance offered by host Foster, saying that the rendition was "sad," "horrible" and speaking openly over the song.
Back to Lisa and Adrienne — viewers didn't quite get the chance to see the gloves come completely off, as the two were just beginning to have their showdown as the episode ended. Lisa threatened that Adrienne had better kick off the conversation with an "I'm sorry …. Otherwise this meeting will be as short as she is."
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