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The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Reunion: Who Flipped the Eff Out?

You may not believe this, readers, but it's true:

Some serious drama reportedly went down on stage at The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 9 reunion taping.

Crazy, right?!? You probably thought the special would be calm and collected and that each woman on set would totally keep her cool, no?

According to Us Weekly, Camille Grammer was at the center of the main controversy at this taping, getting into it with a fellow star and even storming away from everyone when things got too testy.

“At one point, Camille ended up walking off the stage and had a full breakdown,” one insider told this tabloid, noting that Camille and Denise Richards “got into it.”

Per a second source, Camille was in a “hot seat" -- and did not react to it well.

Far from it, in fact.

“The women were taking her to task,” this same second source says.

For what reason?

Anyone who has been paying attention this season can likely take a few easy guesses.

Grammer returned to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills only as a friendduring season 8.

She then under fire during season 9 when she was caught talking about her costars - specifically Teddi Mellencamp and Dorit Kemsley - behind their backs.

After filming the aforementioned reunion, the 50-year-old reality star revealed she regretted attending the taping, which took place on Wednesday, June 5 and which will air later this summer.

“I showed up in good faith for #RHOBH reunion but I shouldn’t have gone,” wrote Grammer yesterday. "Hindsight is 20/20.”

Added Grammer of her castmates:

“They have been talking behind my back the whole time. The Hypocrisy of it all.”

While Grammer is clearly looking for some attention here, most of the attention this week was on Lisa Vanderpump, and for good reason:

"I think they've made it pretty impossible for me to go back frankly," Vanderpump told The Daily Mail on Tuesday, June 4 when asked about her return on next season.

"So... no."

Pretty straightforward, huh?

“I have a great relationship with [Bravo]; I just don’t have a great relationship with the women,” she added to Us Weekly on Thursday. “After 17 episodes of them bashing me, I think I’ve had enough of all of them.”

On Tuesday night's The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills after-show, Vanderpump continued to not beat around the bush.

"I've always said I'm not just a Housewife," Lisa said.

"I didn't make a career out of being a Housewife... I don't have time for bullsh-t negative minutiae. I don't."

So there you have it.

Will you miss Vanderpump on the show?

Fans are still recovering from the polarizing revelation that Lisa Vanderpump is not returning to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

But even before she shared that news, Lisa was so over the show.

On this week's aftershow, Lisa had so much more to say ... including an invitation for her erstwhile castmates to go eff themselves.

On Tuesday night's The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Aftershow, Lisa Vanderpump was not mincing words.

"Did I tell them all to go f--k themselves yet, or not?" she asked a producer. "Or did we leave that bit out?"

"Uh," the producer responded delicately. "Did you tell them all to go f--k themselves?"

That's an important point to clarify.

"Okay, I'm joking," Lisa said. "But carry on."

Lisa explained that she felt like public enemy number one on the show.

"To have five against one is just not a good place to be," she expressed.

"I just think it's something I would never encourage or ever condone." Lisa opined.

She added: "I don't like to see it in my businesses when it's all against one."

"I certainly have never ever supported my children if they were ever guilty of that choice," Lisa noted. "So for me, I just would never be part of that."

There's more to it than Lisa not enjoying being ganged up upon.

She says that she also doesn't like being reduced to a single role in the eyes of so many.

"I've always said I'm not just a Housewife," Lisa recalled.

"I didn't make a career out of being a Housewife," she clarified. "'Housewives' has documented my life."

"I don't have time for bulls--t negative minutiae," Lisa expressed. "I don't."

"I will continue to run my businesses: five restaurants, the dog center, dog center in China," Lisa Vanderpump vowed.

She promised to also continue "my political activity fighting for many things."

Those causes include "LGBTQ, humane treatment for dogs, working with Trevor Project, the suicide prevention, Vegas."

"There's only one of me," she expressed.

Lisa predicts: "My Housewives will probably say, 'Thank God.'"

Kyle Richards begs to differ.

While she admits that if Lisa were to suddenly show up again at social gatherings, they'd be surprised, Kyle predicts that her friendship would be welcome.

"Everybody wants to move forward so much," Kyle said. "That we'll work through this!"

"I think it'd be actually better if [she] were here and joined us and worked through it together," she opined.

Kylie suggested that it was a preferable alternative "instead of via Twitter and stories and this sort of backdoor situation happening."

It was a delight to see Brandi Glanville on camera, discussing her unlikely friendship with Denise Richards.

She also threw shade on Lisa Vanderpump (but these days, who isn't?).

Lisa may have a point about feeling ganged up upon and not needing her Housewife status to be happy.

But we have to agree with Kyle Richards -- if Lisa made an effort to mend fences, things would improve.

If she doesn't want to, however, no one can make her.

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