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Kyle Richards on Lisa Vanderpump-Brandi Glanville Feud: ‘It involves everyone in the cast’

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Kyle Richards says the Lisa Vanderpump-Brandi Glanville feud isn’t just about them and their issues, but it impacts everyone on the show. The “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” stars are on the outs and in an interview Kyle gave to RadarOnline recently at a charity event held Sept. 24, she shared her thoughts on the whole falling out.

“The Lisa/Brandi fight isn’t just something between the two of them,” Kyle said. “It involves everyone in the cast… there is so much more to it.”

Whose side is Kyle on? The answer won’t shock you too much!

“But let’s just say I’ve grown closer to Brandi,” Kyle said. “It’s no secret that Lisa and I have had our issues in the past.”

A lot affect Kyle in season 4 of “RHOBH.” Not only is the Lisa-Brandi feud supposedly about cheating allegations against Kyle’s husband, Mauricio Umansky, but she’ll see her sister, Kim, go through her own challenges with her young daughter.

“I’m more passionate about this upcoming season than others — there’s a lot of emotional stuff,” Kyle shared.

How is Kim doing after the tumultuous season being filmed surrounding her daughter’s mental health being featured on the show? Kyle said Kim is holding strong following the ordeal.

“Kim is doing well… still sober, knock on wood,” she said.

Are you looking forward to seeing how everyone gets along on “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” season 4? The show premieres Mon., Nov. 4 on Bravo.

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