Kim Richards' Appearance On The 'Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills' Reunion Means She Has Unfinished Business

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Guess who's back? After leaving her role as full-time Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member in Season 5 to deal with some personal issues, Kim Richards will appear on the RHOBH reunion. Based on a recent interview with E! News, the reality star may have some unfinished business with Lisa Rinna.

The drama's definitely going to heat up during the RHOBH Season 7 reunion special, which is set to air on April 11. If you're a fan of the show, it's no secret that the tension between Richards and her castmate, Rinna, has been brewing for several years. This time around, the newly sober Richards is reportedly determined to set the record straight and defend herself against Rinna's accusations.

Over the last two seasons, Richards has periodically appeared on the series as a guest. During that time, she and Rinna have continued to harp over the longstanding drama surrounding Richards' highly publicized battle with substance abuse. This season, the bad blood between the two finally came to a head when Rinna finally decided to 'fess-up to spreading the nasty rumor that the actor-turned-reality star had allegedly fallen victim to a relapse and was "close to dying" during an episode that aired earlier this year. Although Richards and her sister, Kyle Richards, were both initially livid with Rinna at the time, it appeared that they had finally decided to bury the hatchet. Rinna and Richards apologized to one another in a February 2017 episode.

However, it now seems that Richards may have a bit more to get of her chest during Bravo's upcoming sofa sit-down. She recently detailed the drama to E! News. Richards claimed,

"I feel like Lisa Rinna has made a mission out of talking so badly about me over these last few years. I've worked very hard to make positive changes in my life, and now I'm a grandmother. For her to say and do the things that she's done is just so inappropriate and wrong and mean."

It's unclear what exactly will come of this reality beef during the the two-part reunion special, but if there is any underlying issue that needs to hashed out, you can rest assured that reunion host and RHOBH executive producer, Andy Cohen, will certainly get it out in the open while cameras are rolling.

I can't wait to watch this reunion unfold. I don't think anyone could even script this much drama if they tried.