Kathy Hilton Pokes Fun At Lisa Rinna’s Feud With “RHOBH” Cast During A Recent Reunion


She put all that drama aside to reunite with her fellow castmates at the People's Choice Awards.

In recent news, Kathy Hilton has reunited with her former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” cast mates at the People’s Choice Awards. During the reunion, Hilton made light of the feud by playfully poking fun at Lisa Rinna.

Kathy Hilton

Her reunion with her former cast mates comes after a long-standing feud with Rinna and Erika Jayne about the Aspen Drama. She’s also at odds with her half-sister Kyle Richards, but they appear to be getting along during the occasion.

In a game of Celebrity Family Feud, the host Kenan Thompson asked the contestants what they shouldn’t do at parties. Hilton responded right away, saying, “Do not show up early and do not drink my Casa Del Sol tequila.”

Rinna laughed at her response, and the mother of socialite Paris Hilton even gave Richards the notorious “tequila-gate” nod. This response referred to the incident where cast members of the “RHOBH” show “mocked” Hilton’s tequila business after she requested them to test it.

If you recall, when the group traveled to Aspen, Colorado, Hilton urged the women to “bottoms up” the tequila shot but was rebuffed. Her daughter Paris Hilton slammed them for their “rude” behavior and called the situation “sad.”

In addition, the sisters got into a heated argument when Rinna claimed that she had threatened to ruin her Richards while having a “psychotic” breakdown and even compared her to “the devil.”

Since then, the two have had a difficult time getting along, and new information on the Aspen drama keeps coming to light. At the same time, Hilton made the warning that if Rinna and Jayne returned to the renowned reality series, she wouldn’t.

Moreover, Bravo executive Andy Cohen recently announced and confirmed the news that production on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” will be put on hold until next year.

Fans thought that this was a result of the tension in the program, particularly the animosity around the Aspen incident, which has been a hot topic in recent weeks.

What do you think?