When "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Kyle Richards began her interview with "Good Day LA" (weekdays, 7 a.m. EST on Fox) by whining about some negative tweets she received after a recent episode, host Steve Edwards couldn't help himself. "If you have the ... narcissistic gall to put yourself on a reality show and you don't expect to get killed on the Internet, you're in the wrong business," he told her.
"Well, I guess I do expect, but sometimes it's very hurtful. I think that sometimes people see me as someone that I'm not, and that's what hurts me," Richards responded.
When Edwards followed up and asked if she ever regrets putting her entire life on TV for public consumption Richards just sold, she said that she did. "Absolutely," she said. "Just with a reality show there's a lot of negativity sometimes ... people dissecting my relationship with my sister Kim when in reality its decades in the making."
Still, despite that regret, Richards is moving to put more, not less, of her life on TV. She recently sold an autobiographical sitcom pilot to an as-yet-unnamed network.
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