It is possible that Lisa Vanderpump might quit "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." She is not likely to return for Season 5 of the show. However, Bravo boss Andy Cohen wants her to stay. Latest reports suggest that Andy Cohen is trying his best to make her stay on the show. He has asked Lance Bass to help him out with this new Lisa drama.
The executive producer of "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" went to meet Lisa at her restaurant PUMP along with Lance Bass on Thursday. According to TMZ, they want to convince her that she must not quit the show.
The Web site has stated that Andy acted as if he was at her restaurant for dinner, however he wanted Lisa to reconsider her decision to leave the show.
Andy invited Lance as he happens to be Lisa's good friend.
According to TMZ, the reality star wants to part ways with the show because of the bullying sessions by her fellow "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" casts.
Meanwhile, Lisa Vanderpump is doing well in life. She started a spin-off show called "Vanderpump Rules" which has received success in the ratings department. In addition, she opened a new restaurant named PUMP. According to Daily Mail, Lisa and her husband Ken Todd own two other restaurants in Los Angeles. One is Sur in West Hollywood, it is the same place where "Vanderpump Rules" is filmed and another one in Beverly Hills called Villa Blanca.
So far, none of the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" stars have renewed their contracts for the new season.
It looks like Bravo wants to have Lisa Vanderpump in "RHOBH."
Lisa, Kyle and Kim Richards have been the main housewives since the beginning of "RHOBH."
Yolanda Foster and Brandi Glanville joined the show in Season 3.
According to Daily Mail, only Carlton Gebbia and Joyce Giraud were invited by Lisa to the opening of PUMP.