This Was Lisa Rinna's Biggest RHOBH Regret

Last month on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Lisa Rinna admitted her biggest regret. Playing "Do! You! Regret It!?" host Cohen asked Rinna a number of questions regarding her time on the show, and the only thing she said she wished she hadn't done was questioning Yolanda Hadid about her Lyme Disease diagnosis back in season six (via New York Post).


For fans who don't remember the incident, Rinna seemingly accused Hadid of making up her illness, and that she was exaggerating her symptoms. Speaking to Lisa Vanderpump and Kyle Richards onscreen, Rinna went as far as reading out the definition of Munchausen's syndrome, which is when a person will "feign disease, illness, or psychological trauma to draw attention, sympathy, or reassurance to themselves" (via E! Online). According to People, Hadid was incredibly hurt, later describing what Rinna said as "the biggest f****** blow I've ever had in my life," adding "sorry is not enough."

Lisa Rinna almost left Real Housewives of Beverly Hills over the incident

This revelation about Rinna's huge regret shouldn't come as a complete surprise. Speaking to the Los Angeles Times in 2019, the former actor revealed that the fight between her and Hadid was so bad, that she was worried she wasn't going to have her contract renewed for the following season. Lucky for us, it was, and today she remains a fan favorite despite her occasional controversies. 


"What you see is what you get with her," Denise Richards, who also appears on the hit reality TV show, told the Los Angeles Times. Reflecting on why people love Rinna so much, Richards continued, "She's self-deprecating, she calls it like it is, and she's not afraid to say when she makes a mistake. And that's what I love about her, and that's why she's been on the show for so long." Here's hoping Lisa Rinna remains on the show for years to come.