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Garcelle Beauvais Reveals Where She Currently Stands With Kyle Richards!

Garcelle Beauvais is sharing an update on her current relationship with Kyle Richards after they faced off at the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season ten virtual reunion. 

Beauvais, who joined the series last season, revealed that she didn't hit it off with Richards, however, their issues took a turn for worst during the reunion when Kyle dropped a bomshell. 

However, at the reunion, the mom-of-four claimed that Garcelle paid the $5,000 bid that she had made during her charity event, which was featured last season on RHOBH.

Garcelle, who was shocked by Richards' revelation, later explained that the payment simply fell through the cracks but insisted that the bid was paid. It appears that will also be discussed in the upcoming eleventh season.

Beauvais revealed during a recent interview where she currently stands with Kyle following their reunion face off. The actress shared that the two are in a better place but teases that it took some time to get there. 

"I think what changed is sometimes you have to have the conversations that are tough. If you turn on any news, any talk show, anything right now, all of them have talked about race issues," she told Variety. "I think whenever you have those difficult conversations, it can either go one of two ways: It can either go that relationship is severed and you both don’t get each other, or you were able to get past it and actually have a deeper conversation and maybe something important came out of it."

Garcelle notes that she and Kyle discussed race and racism while filming Season 11 of the Bravo hit reality series. 

"Oh, yeah. I don’t know how much I can say, but I think her calling me out for not paying for the charity [on the season ten reunion] was definitely something that she weaponized," she continued. "We can watch it on the show — I’m not allowed to really talk about it. But it was along the lines of certain things you say to people, and that was just a low blow."

As for how much her life has changed since joining RHOBH, she said, "No! You know what’s so funny? I say no, because I did Housewives and it came out, and then we were in quarantine where we’re wearing masks. So it’s really funny, every now and then if I go — like my son, I had to drop off my son to play basketball just to get him out of the house. We got him a coach, one-on-one coaching with him. So I dropped him off, and it was an hour and 15 minutes, and I was like, Where can I go? What time can I kill? And I knew there was a Marshalls/HomeGoods, and I go, Oh, I’m gonna go there. I have my mask on, so no one will know it’s me in there. So I go in there, and I think I say something to the salesperson like, “Oh, do you have any more of these candles?” And these two women whipped around. They’re like, “Oh my God, you’re our favorite.” I’m like, “I gotta get out of here. I cannot be at HomeGoods/Marshalls right now.”"

She added, "I said to friends, “Obviously, I’ve been in the industry a long time. I’ve done some incredible things here and there and worked with incredible people, and I’ve never gotten more attention than the announcement that I was joining Beverly Hills.” Like by far, nothing I’ve done has surpassed that. It’s amazing."


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