Kim Richards Planning To Return To ‘RHOBH’ After Successful Reunion?

Kim Richards

Kim Richards has been rather absent on this season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. She’s made an appearance when she caught up with her sister, Kyle Richards, and Kim has been busy filming another reality show. But it sounds like Richards may miss The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, despite taking a hiatus. Apparently, Kim wants to return to the show next season and according to a new report, Kim Richards used the recent reunion to show Andy Cohen and the producers that she’s ready to come back on the show.

“Kim made a triumphant return to film the reunion and everyone was very happy to see her,” a source has revealed about Kim’s sudden appearance on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion. “Her sister Kyle was very emotional and so happy to see Kim received with such an outpouring of love. Kim said she was sober and had been going to AA meetings.” Apparently, Richards wanted to show off her sober lifestyle and she may have joined the ladies on set because her past continued to be discussed on the show.

“It was clear that Kim was using this as the opportunity to make the case for her return next season. She kept saying how good it was to be back and how much she missed everyone,” the source said.

The source hints that Kim had a mission when she crashed the reunion. Lisa Rinna has repeatedly called Kim crazy throughout the season and it sounds like she really wanted to tell Lisa to back off.

Richards “lit into Lisa Rinna about comments she had made in the past…and took exception to statements made that Lisa was scared of Kim. It was clear that Kim was hoping to get a reaction from Lisa,” the source claimed, adding, “But Lisa took the high road and refused to let Kim get the reaction she was clearly hoping for. Lisa apologized to Kim for any pain she caused her, which was the last thing she was expecting.”

Do you want to see Kim Richards back on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills next season?

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