Kyle Richards on Upcoming Season 10 of 'RHOBH': 'They Do Break the Fourth Wall'
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The O.G. member of the Bravo reality TV show also talks about someone who pulls a 'no show' and doesn't 'want to shoot anymore,' making things 'challenging.'

AceShowbiz - Kyle Richards alludes that the forthcoming season of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" is going to be worth the wait. During her recent appearance on E!'s "Daily Pop", the Bravo personality revealed to Justin Sylvester that the cast members would drop a "bomb" in season 10 of the show.

"You know, we don't reference cameras or sound, audio, all that stuff, obviously. Or the fact that we're on the show. They're just supposed to be following our lives," Kyle explained during the interview. "But this season, they do break the fourth wall, because there were times where people were using that to their advantage."

The "RHOBH" O.G. continued teasing that when the cameras and show producers were talking, "you know stuff's going down." She added, "You've seen some hints in the trailer for the season. And like every season, you know, there's always something that happens where someone drops a bomb. And a bomb gets dropped this season."

"And everybody just sort of, like, I don't know-it was an explosion. And you see everybody sort of went to their sides, and who's stuck with who, who's fighting with who, and who's not talking to so and so," she went on sharing.

"It basically stayed that way the rest of the season. And as you can see, we had someone pull a 'no show.' You know, that didn't want to shoot anymore. And that's always challenging," Kyle continued, seemingly referring to co-star Denise Richards.

"Which is kind of like, one of the things this season, when I see people not showing up, I'm like, 'Do you know how many times that I wished that I didn't have to show up?' " Kyle said. "Or that I would've loved to be like, 'Oh I don't want to do this, I'm uncomfortable. Oh, I'm not going to that party, that person's not nice to me.' No. So, we're here, we signed up to do this job--the good, the bad, the ugly. And here I am, ten years later!"

"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" airs on Wednesdays at 8 P.M. on Bravo.

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