Been there, owned that.
Lisa Rinna is “happy” to leave “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” behind, according to her good pal Brad Goreski.
“I’ve definitely talked to her about it and she feels it was the right decision,” the “Real Friends of WeHo” star, 45, says on Page Six’s “Virtual Reali-Tea” podcast.
The celeb stylist continues, “And she’s happy to go on and live her life this season without the ‘Housewives.’”
Goreski, an avid Bravo fan who often impersonates “Real Housewives” on his Instagram page — including a hilarious Rinna bit — jokes that he tried convincing the actress to hang on to her diamond solely for the sake of his social media content.
“I was like, ‘You sent me the wig and now you’re not going to turn up and do another season?’” he says with a laugh. “Like, what am I gonna do?’”
Earlier this month, Rinna, 59, announced her departure from “Beverly Hills” after eight consecutive seasons on the reality show.
“This is the longest job I have held in my 35 year career,” she told People in a statement on Jan. 5. “And I am grateful to everyone at Bravo and all those involved in the series.”
The decision came after Rinna’s contract expired at the end of Season 12, a very contentious one that saw her repeatedly face off with “friend of” the cast Kathy Hilton.
Just last week, “RHOBH” executive producer Alex Baskin told Page Six that he isn’t looking to replace the Rinna Beauty founder as he gears up for Season 13 of the Bravo hit.
“I think you never look to replace someone who just departed — because there is only one Lisa Rinna,” Baskin said during a Jan. 23 panel at the 2023 Realscreen Summit in Austin, Tx.
However, there are spots — or maybe even a few, given Diana Jenkins’ additional exit — to fill.
“I think you look for someone who is going to both fit in and stand out,” Baskin continued, describing the ideal “Beverly Hills” cast member.
“You want someone who has relationships with the rest of the group, someone who will be a real girlfriend to them,” he elaborated, “and, at the same time, someone who will make a distinct impression.”
“The Real Friends of WeHo” airs Fridays at 9 p.m. ET on MTV.