Kyle Richards of RHOBH talks about her connection with her sisters and her separation in an interview with Bravo’s Hot Mic podcast. Yes, all the tea is being spilled in Bravo’s Hot Mic podcast premiere episode. And thanks to Kyle Richards, you can bet that every drop is scorching hot.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member Kyle sits down with presenter Alex Baskin (more on Alex below) in the first episode of Bravo’s Hit Mic podcast. Kyle reflects on her 13(!) seasons as a Real Housewife and shares personal details about her life that she has never revealed before. Indeed, the original 90210 star isn’t holding back on anything.
What Kyle Richards Reveals on Bravo’s Hot Mic Podcast
As everyone is aware, Kyle became a part of RHOBH during its first season in 2010 and is still the only original cast member left.
Kyle has revealed all of her life’s details, both good and bad, during her time as a diamond bearer on the show. In addition to career achievements, proud mother moments, and highly publicized family ups and downs (including delving into her relationship with her sisters, Kim Richards and Kathy Hilton), her journey has also included navigating a range of emotions in her nearly three-decade marriage to Mauricio Umansky, as fans are currently witnessing in Season 13.
Now she’s looking back on it all as well as sharing more about her life today on Bravo’s Hot Mic podcast.
Kyle Richards Discusses Separation from Mauricio and Drama with Sisters
You could, however, be left completely shocked by what she revealed to Alex regarding her marital difficulties (as well as the one “claim” circulating about their breakup) and her intense family conflict with her siblings, as well as her current feelings about it all.
She’s even responding to more in-depth queries from admirers regarding her union with Mauricio. View the episode preview above to get a behind-the-scenes peek at Kyle and Alex’s frank conversation. And listen to another teaser from Kyle below for more.
When does Bravo’s Hot Mic podcast get premiere?
It’s out now! Bravo’s Hot Mic was announced on November 4, 2023 at BravoCon 2023. Bravo’s Hot Mic premiered on Tuesday, November 14. Only available with a paid subscription ($3.99/month), new episodes will be released bi-weekly.
How can I listen to Bravo’s Hot Mic podcast?
Bravo’s Hot Mic premieres on Tuesday, November 14. To access to the show, sign up now at BravoTV.com/Podcast. Starting November 14, you’ll be able to listen to Bravo’s Hot Mic on your preferred podcast service with a paid subscription ($3.99/month). Episodes will drop every other week.
Who are the guests on Bravo’s Hot Mic podcast?
You may now(!!) watch Kyle’s episode. Tamra Judge of The Real Housewives of Orange County is the next guest on Bravo’s Hot Mic. Longtime cast member Kyle of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills talks about what it’s like to live on Bravo in Episode 1. Alex and Kyle talk about the consequences of disclosing your marriage to the public and the unspoken guidelines for being a Real Housewife.Aimee
Tamra from The Real Housewives of Orange County appears in Episode 2, where she talks about her return to the program in Season 17 and her earlier hiatus following Season 14.
What is Bravo’s official podcast Bravo’s Hot Mic about?
Bravo’s Hot Mic offers a behind-the-scenes look at some of Bravo’s biggest moments from the people who know the real story. Host Alex Baskin is a longtime Executive Producer across multiple Bravo series and sits down with the stars of Bravo shows to discuss memorable moments and the things you didn’t see.
Who is Alex Baskin?
Alex Baskin is the man behind the curtain of so much iconic reality TV action. Having produced more than 50 shows for nearly every network around, he currently serves as Executive Producer of multiple series including Bravo’s RHOBH, RHOC, Vanderpump Rules, and E!’s Botched. The former president of Evolution Media, Alex and his business partner sold the company to MGM. Now, Alex runs 32 Flavors, an entertainment company that will soon launch a number of series, features, and projects across multiple platforms.