The air is thick with anticipation for the upcoming dinner party on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” (RHOBH) Season 13, promising a banquet of drama, revelations, and emotional fireworks. The recently leaked storylines have fans on the edge of their seats, particularly one surrounding a dinner party that is shaping up to be as iconic as the notorious “Dinner Party from Hell” in earlier seasons.
A Guest List Like No Other
The excitement is palpable, with a guest list featuring returning housewives Garcelle Beauvais, Erika Jayne, Kyle Richards, Dorit Kemsley, Sutton Stracke, and Crystal Kung Minkoff. Adding more flavor to the mix are newcomer Annemarie Wiley and former RHOBH stars Camille Grammer and Denise Richards. Not to mention, Kyle’s friend Faye Resnick and former “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Cynthia Bailey will be gracing the event, setting the stage for an unpredictable night.
Not Your Average Dinner Party
In a twist that’s quintessentially Beverly Hills, this won’t be just any dinner – it’s a “weed dinner.” With cannabis-infused cuisine becoming a trend in states where marijuana is legal, the RHOBH cast will partake in this unique experience. If the giggles and drama from similar meals on other reality shows are any indication, viewers are in for a treat.
Echoes of Past Drama
The dinner party’s tone is expected to be high-strung, reminiscent of past seasons’ explosive gatherings. From psychic Allison DuBois’s unsettling predictions in Season 1 to the intense confrontations in Kathy Hilton’s “Dinner Party from Hell: Part Two,” these events have never been short on drama. Andy Cohen himself has teased that the upcoming dinner party in Season 13 is just as heated, spanning over two episodes.
Sutton’s Teasers and Erika’s Drama
Sutton Stracke hinted at an “interesting ride” of a dinner, with not all cast members partaking in the cannabis, leading to a mix of heightened emotions and sober observations. Meanwhile, Erika Jayne teased drama with Denise Richards, adding an extra layer of tension to the event. With past grievances resurfacing and a THC-infused menu, the stage is set for a night of unfiltered confrontations.
Kyle’s Major Blow-Up
Host of the dinner, Kyle Richards, has hinted at significant upheaval during the event, with one guest needing to be sent home. This tease, coupled with the eclectic mix of guests, guarantees a night of Beverly Hills-sized chaos.
With all these elements at play, the RHOBH Season 13 dinner party is shaping up to be a pivotal event in the series, promising a blend of old conflicts, new dynamics, and plenty of the reality TV drama that fans love.
How to Watch RHOBH on Peacock?
Peacock, NBCUniversal’s streaming service, is where the RHOBH magic happens. New episodes from Season 13 will be available on the platform every Thursday morning, hot on the heels of their Wednesday night debut on Bravo. This quick turnaround means you’re never far behind the latest scandals, parties, and confrontations that make RHOBH a fan favorite.