‘Heartbroken’ Yolanda Foster Says She’s Leaning on Gigi, Bella and Anwar After …

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Kyle Richards Says Yolanda Foster ‘100 Percent Has Lyme Disease’ After Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Trailer Shows Housewives in Doubt.

Despite her health crisis and newly announced divorce, Yolanda Foster rallied for the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ season 6 premiere, looking radiant on the red carpet. “She’s had a really tough time and I think that she needs everyone’s support,” Edwards told PEOPLE at the premiere party. “She’s doing everything she possibly can to get better, which is amazing.” Foster was diagnosed with the disease in 2012 and a source recently told PEOPLE that her ongoing battle with the illness took a toll on her marriage to David Foster – the couple recently announced that they are divorcing in an exclusive statement to PEOPLE. “I’m even wearing a little makeup,” she said. “Got my hair done today just to make the girls happy and I’m grateful to have a job and you know I hope to be moving forward to a bright future and just trying to get through it one day at a time.” “The last time I saw [Foster] was a few weeks ago. Wearing a skintight white dress, the former model was all smiles as she posted with cast members Eileen Davidson, Kathryn Edwards, Erika Girardi, Kyle Richards, Lisa Rinna and Lisa Vanderpump. Out this season: Brandi Glanville and Kim Richards, the only interesting cast members not named “Vanderpump.” However, when everyone else on the show flatly refused to work with Brandi after she pretty much assaulted everyone last season and Kim fell off the wagon (although to call it a “fall” is really underselling it; more like “a fiery crash off the wagon, burning everything in its path”), their removal from the cast isn’t surprising. Just days after announcing her split from husband David Foster, the reality star and former supermodel, 51, worked her incredible figure from every angle in a body-conscious white dress with sheer panels.

As previously reported, Foster (mom to Gigi, Bella, and Anwar Hadid) announced news of her divorce via a joint statement with her ex David three days ago. “We are grateful for the years we’ve spent together and believe wholeheartedly that we did our best,” the couple told Us. “I hope that we can pave the road ahead of us with all we’ve learned and with the love and respect we will always have for one another.” As for the new cast members, we don’t get to meet them in this premiere episode, because these shows like to pretend that these women just hang out in real life and they want to introduce them more naturally, or something. No matter what the other women say, she has three “extraordinary” children—Gigi Hadid, Bella Hadid and Anwar Hadid— to lean on for support. “They’re handling it like champs,” she told E! Ellis, catcher for the Dodgers — and not the As, as my baseball-obsessed husband suggested when I asked (SHOWS WHAT YOU KNOW, CHRIS.) — come to her backyard to play a game of catch with her while dodging Vanderdog and Vanderswan poop. It was still Vanderbetter than 50 Cent’s opening pitch, darlings: Elsewhere, Lisa Rinna does an interview for Oprah Winfrey’s Where Are They Now? series on OWN, which is hilarious-sad for a few reasons: 1. she’s not actually interviewed by Oprah, but by some random producer, 2. she seems to have spent at least half of her segment yammering about her more-famous husband, Harry Hamlin, and 3. asking where someone is now suggests that there was some question as to where they had gone.

Later, Lisa takes her teenage daughter shopping for bathing suits, because what 15-year-old doesn’t want to try on bathing suits on national television? While her daughters preen for the cameras, Lisa tries to make amends for the moment last season when her daughters drove around Oregon and were like, “EW, LOOK AT ALL THE FAT PIGS EATING MCDONALD’S EW,” by claiming that her older daughter works at a deli toasting bread. As for Eileen, after Brandi called her interior design style “American Psycho“-ish (when I think she meant “Psycho“-ish: meaning filled with antiques and taxidermy, not an 80s-minimal design featuring lots of clear plastic tarps and Phil Collins), Eileen decided to redecorate, which, let’s be honest, is for the best. Also, Eileen’s father-in-law, Dick Van Patten, died over the summer. (And who, tragically for a man who had a decent career, passed away being described as Eileen Davidson’s father-in-law.

Kyle then meets Lisa Vanderpump for some Vanderlunch, where, over glasses of wine and food they don’t actually eat, they discuss Yoyawnda’s ongoing Lyme Disease situation. Lisa complains that she tried to invite herself over the other day, and Yoyawnda was like, “NOPE.” Lisa just doesn’t Vanderstand what is wrong with Yoyawnda. Lisa and Kyle also discuss a deal Kyle made with Warner Brothers to turn her childhood into a sitcom, a deal that she has neglected to discuss with the other members of said childhood, and Lisa is like, “Vandergurrrrrl….” And then Kyle, in an interview, is all, “AcoupleofmonthsagoKimwasarrestedandIdon’twanttotalkaboutitletusjustmoveon.” As for Yoyawnda, she explains that she has moved out of the Lemon Palace and into Musical Genius David Foster’s condo in the city so as to be closer to medical care, which appears to involve more than just gallons of lemon juice and cayenne pepper. While being stuck with needles and filled with gallons of mysterious IV fluids and who even knows what else, Yoyawnda fills us in on her children: Gigi dropped out of college to be a full-time Vogue cover model, Maybelline spokesperson and Victoria’s Secret angel, who cares about the other two, she can barely remember their names. And even if she didn’t have the DNA of a Norse goddess, she, like every woman, HAS NO OBLIGATION TO YOU, GRANDPA KEN, TO PUT ON MAKEUP IF SHE DOESN’T FEEL LIKE IT.

But this doesn’t stop Lisa and Grandpa Ken and Kyle from clutching their pearls at the fact that Yoyawnda didn’t spend two hours in the makeup chair just so that she could swing by for a 15-minute visit at a birthday party she didn’t want to attend in the first place. And then Harry Hamlin arrives and gives Lisa Rinna some expensive spangly earrings and we learn that Harry Hamlin is #16 on the list of favorites on Lisa Rinna’s phone and literally nothing else happens.

Oh, and we end with Kyle crying about what a messy, difficult drunk Kim is, so the more things don’t change the more they STAY EXACTLY THE SAME FOR 6 SEASONS.

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