It might be the end of Lisa Vanderpump's "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" reign.
The 53-year-old restaurant mogul, who has appeared on "RHOBH" since its premiere in 2010, may not sign on for another season of the hit Bravo series, which she says has turned into a "bitch fest."
“I don’t know, right now I have to be honest. It is a tough season for me," Vanderpump told RadarOnline.com. "I have got a lot going on. If it becomes about a bitch fest then it is not something I signed up for; but if it becomes about documenting my life, which is the show I signed up for and having fun and supporting women that is something I want to do. But the way the show was in the end, the last episodes, that is not something I would care to repeat.”
Apparently, nothing has been decided for next season yet.
“I am not signed on and I don’t know whether I am staying and don’t think any of us do right now," she added. “Everyone wants to stay, but I don’t know. I have a lot to consider I am opening a new business, I have 'Vanderpump Rules' and let’s see if they both get picked up and let Bravo make the decision and offer and see where we go from there.”
The news comes on the heels of a drama-filled Season 4. While she started out the season surrounded by friends, Vanderpump was singled-out by the other women who accused her of playing games and lying come the finale.
The drama continued on Monday with Part 1 of the "RHOBH" reunion special. Yolanda Foster accused Vanderpump of being an absent friend while she was battling Lyme disease and Brandi Glanville claimed she's a different person when the cameras are on.
If Vanderpump does decide to leave, that could mean some major changes for the "RHOBH" cast. Last month, it was reported that Mohamed Hadid's fiancee, Shiva Safai, is being recruited as an official cast member because newbies Joyce Giraud and Carlton Gebbia are on the chopping block.
CORRECTION: A previous version of this article stated Shiva Safai is Mohamed Hadid's wife. She is his fiancee.