‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ Reunion: Lisa Vanderpump Is the Punching Bag (Video)

Jethro Nededog
The Wrap

It's open season on Lisa Vanderpump when the women of Bravo's “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” reconvene for the upcoming three-part reunion specials beginning Monday, March 17 at 9/8c.

Viewers have already seen the tide turning against Lisa as Brandi Glanville led the charge against the restaurant owner in recent episodes of the reality series, including a face-off in Puerto Rico. Amid accusations that Lisa has been manipulating her during their friendship, Brandi has been able to bring Yolanda Foster and former enemies Kyle and Kim Richards on to her side.

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Kyle has long been annoyed at Lisa's habit of bringing up tabloid reports about her husband, Mauricio Umansky, cheating on her. Kim has been holding resentment over Lisa and her husband Ken Todd's comments about her behavior while battling an addition to alcohol. And Yolanda, well, she was annoyed that Lisa skipped a couple parties. But in Beverly Hills, that's enough.

Lisa, who has said she's innocent against the women's accusations, has said that the women have ganged up on her. New housewife (and resident witch) Carlton Gebbia has aligned herself with her fellow Brit.

Meanwhile, Joyce Giraud de Ohoven has enemies on both camps: Carlton and Brandi.

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The husbands also appear on the reunion to back their wives up.

Whose side are you on? Watch the preview above.

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