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Lisa is constantly juggling her multiple restaurants and her newest venture, a gay bar called Pump. Add in her husband Ken and their dogs (how is Giggy getting along with Rumpy Pumpy?) and you wouldn't think Lisa had any time for drama. But an on again, off again friendship with Kyle, a crumbling relationship with Brandi and playing pseudo-mama to her wait staff keeps Lisa's life in a constant state of chaos.
Kyle opened her own boutique in Beverly HIlls last season, Kyle by Alene Too. We'd thought there'd be more drama in the store, but the story's taken a different turn. After having a bad dream, Carlton has decided that Kyle's out to get her. Will Kyle end up being cursed by one of the newest Housewives?
This Holland beauty came on the scene last season and sometimes we wonder if she's meant to be a Housewife. Despite her battle with lyme disease, her life appears to be drama free, at least in comparison to the rest of the cast. But we'll always vote for Yolanda to stay on the show, if only to be able to see her breathtaking Malibu estate.
This former child star has seen plenty of drama over the years. Thankfully this season she seems to be successful in battling her problems with alcohol. But fans seem split over loving or hating the trials and tribulations of Kim and Kingsley, her dog.
Joyce Giraud de Ohoven
This former model and second runner up in the Miss Universe pageant is proud of her Puerto Rican heritage, but this newest cast member's enthusiasm may have lost a bit of its shine. In half a season she's managed to clash with fellow Housewives Brandi Glanville, Lisa Vanderpump, and now Carlton Gebbia. Is life on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills all that she thought it would be?
One of two new Housewives this season, Carlton has turned heads with her religion (she's Wiccan) and the sexy playroom she's building for her and her husband. She may also be the first member of the cast to throw an upscale Beverly Hills party that included naked waitresses and pole dancers.