Kyle Richards, Brandi Glanville Cheer on Lisa Vanderpump on Dancing with the Stars

Entertainment Apr. 2, 2013 AT 6:30PM
The cast of 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' supported Lisa Vanderpump on 'Dancing with the Stars.' The cast of 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' supported Lisa Vanderpump on 'Dancing with the Stars.'

Housewives stick together! Well, at least for one night, anyway. Lisa Vanderpump had her very own cheering section on Monday's performance episode of Dancing with the Stars: Real Housewives of Beverly Hills costars Brandi Glanville, Taylor Armstrong, plus Kyle and Kim Richards, and Kyle's husband Mauricio Umansky, who all sat together in the front row as Vanderpump, 52, strutted her stuff with pro partner Gleb Savchenko.

Kyle's presence at the taping was surprising -- given her falling-out with Vanderpump on RHOBH and heated discussions with both Vanderpump and Glanville, 40, on part two of the season-three reunion. (Glanville and Kim, 48, aren't exactly on the best of terms either.)

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"The Housewives are here filming and it's an incredible experience," Vanderpump told Us Weekly after the show. "I'm glad that they put all their differences aside - if you've seen the reunion - and that's what life should be about, supporting each other "

Are Vanderpump and Kyle, 44, in a better place? "Well, I don't know! I'll let you know! The fact that they're here... You know I'm not a perpetrator or an aggressor, I call it like it is," said Vanderpump, who questioned Kyle's loyalty throughout the season.

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"She's the one who changed the parameters. We'll see where we go moving forward. The viewers and fans have been very open with their support... there's probably still something there," she said, adding that all the women were going out to dinner after the show.

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"I've always been known as an honest Housewife, so I'm not going to compromise my integrity, going forward I'm going to tell them exactly what I think with as much kindness as I can, but being as direct as it needs to be sometimes. That's what this show is," the restauranteur told Us. "I'm happy they're here. I'm happy they're here to support me."

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