Teddi Is Accused Of Snubbing Camille's Daughter | RHOBH After Show (S9 Ep21) - YoutubeRandom

Teddi Is Accused Of Snubbing Camille's Daughter | RHOBH After Show (S9 Ep21)

The ladies react to Camille's outburst at The Agency party and Teddi reveals what really happened between her and Camille's daughter, all on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills After Show.

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About the Show
The City of Angels serves up a slice of heaven when Bravo Media’s The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills returns for Season 9. Erika Girardi, Dorit Kemsley, Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave, Kyle Richards, Lisa Rinna, and Lisa Vanderpump are joined by new housewife Denise Richards and friend Camille Grammer for a jaw-dropping season sprinkled with exhilarating highs and shocking lows. The epitome of a working mom—perfectly blending her carefree California attitude with the glamour of a Hollywood actress—newcomer Denise uses her very direct demeanor to carve out a place amongst the opinionated group, which she finds is both a blessing and a curse.

This season, the stakes are higher than ever for each of the ladies, and while there is no shortage of laughs, they are forced to navigate a string of confrontations that could change the dynamic of the friend group forever. Following her brother’s recent passing, Lisa Vanderpump puts all her energy into her family, work demands and maintaining a positive attitude. Kyle is settling into her new house after a well-publicized robbery and sending her daughter Sophia off to college, all while trying to determine the future of her Beverly Hills clothing store. Feeling like she’s found her mojo, Dorit is expanding her swimwear line to include a lifestyle brand, but working against tight deadlines makes her realize she may have bitten off more than she can chew. Meanwhile, Erika takes the ultimate leap of faith – and financial risk – when she embarks on an Erika Jayne National Tour, hoping her fans will show up to support her. As her business flourishes into a multi-million dollar empire, the always-on-the-go Teddi must adjust to the newfound pressures of running her company while simultaneously maintaining her supermom status. Lisa Rinna begins to wonder if acting still excites her, while coping with an empty household, as her husband is constantly traveling and her model daughters are getting ready to leave the nest. Camille is prepping for her wedding day and though she is more than ready to leave the past behind, moving forward might not be as easy as she had hoped.

Cast:
Brandi Glanville
Denise Richards
Dorit Kemsley
Erika Girardi
Kyle Richards
Lisa Rinna
Lisa Vanderpump
Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave

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