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Denise Richards And Kyle Richards Explain Why RHOBH Is Currently On Hiatus! Plus Denise Admits Season 10 Was “A Different Experience” Compared To Her First Season!

Denise Richards explains why the current season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is on hiatus. During a recent appearance on SiriusXM’s The Jess Cagle Show this week, Denise explained why Bravo is temporarily not releasing new episodes.

"I think that we're on hiatus because we got so far behind with the confessionals with the COVID. We just recently started doing them where we're filming ourselves basically. We have someone come in and set everything up with a mask ... so we got behind for that. So I think that's part of the reason why we have to go on hiatus," she said, according to PEOPLE. "We gotta catch up with the episodes."

Kyle Richards echoed Denise's statement when the OG was asked why the series was on hiatus.

"I think catching up with editing. Covid set backs?" she wrote in the comment section via her recent Instagram post.

Meanwhile, Denise shared why her second season on the series is rougher than her first.

"I went in very naïve, I think, the very first season. I want to be myself, because some people do know of me and I didn't want to play a character, otherwise let's call it scripted. So I just wanted to be myself on the show, and you know, whatever happens happens, and just react how I really would," she said on SiriusXM’s The Jess Cagle Show.

"My first season I had a great time getting to know all the women, and it was fun to be able to — you know, we get to go to fabulous restaurants and trips, and I had fun with them, and I genuinely formed some great friendships," Denise continued.

Richards then admitted that the current season of the Bravo hit reality series has "been very different for me."

"It's been a different experience," she said, with a laugh. "But, you know, people are watching, so that's good."

explains season 10 has been a different experience.

Denise also clarified that she didn't "stop filming, "despite previous reports claiming that she quit the series due to her drama with Brandi Glanville.

"We wrapped in December. I missed two parties ... towards the end, so I didn't stop filming and I actually think I filmed something on FaceTime for one of the parties. The other party I did not go to, so I didn't stop filming. We wrapped for the season and then we do all our confessionals and everything," the actress said on The Jess Cagle Show.

She also confirmed that viewers will get the full story as the rest of the season unfolds. "If it airs the way it was shot, then people will see what happened," she said.

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