Lisa Vanderpump hasn't completely ruled out returning to "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," but she would need one thing in order to consider it: casting control.
The "Vanderpump Rules" star said she would only go back to the 90210-based franchise if all the women were replaced, with the exception of Kathy Hilton, who is joining the reality TV show as a "friend" of the cast.
"I love Kathy. I think that's a very positive aspect to it," Lisa told Andy Cohen on "Watch What Happens Live." "People ask me all the time am I going back? It's been such a long time, and I've just got a lot going on. I'm writing a book, but I do love Kathy."
She added, "Now if you could just get rid of the other five, then I think yeah there's a possibility."
Lisa left the "Housewives" in 2019 after nine seasons following a rough season. She was accused of not showing up to filming, and much of the cast alleged that she leaked a story to the press about Dorit Kemsley, which Lisa denied. Around the same time, Lisa failed to invite the cast to the opening of her Las Vegas lounge.
"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" currently stars Lisa Rinna, Erika Jayne, Dorit, Kyle Richards and Garcelle Beauvais. While Lisa seemingly has issues with all the women, fans of the show know that there is no love lost between her and Kyle, who were once tight.
While speaking to Andy, Lisa was asked if she would speak to Kyle if they were trapped together.
"I'd look for the escape panel first," Lisa said. "What is there to say?"
After Lisa left the show, a source close to the restauranteur told Page Six, "Lisa is so done with the show and she doesn't want to continue to talk about the ladies. She doesn't want to continue to talk about what transpired. She wants to move forward."