Lisa Rinna announced her exit from “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” after eight seasons on the Bravo reality series.
“This is the longest job I have held in my 35 year career and I am grateful to everyone at Bravo and all those involved in the series,” Rinna, 59, told People in a statement Thursday.
“It has been a fun eight-year run and I am excited for what is to come!”
According to the outlet, Rinna and Bravo’s parting of ways was mutually agreed upon.
The decision came after Rinna’s “RHOBH” 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.
Rinna — who originally joined the show in 2014’s Season 5 — notably accused Hilton, 63, of having a “psychotic break” in Aspen, Colo., where the socialite allegedly made disparaging remarks about her younger half-sister, Kyle Richards, and more co-stars.
Hilton denied Rinna’s claims and shot back at her during last year’s “Beverly Hills” reunion, saying, “You’re the biggest bully in Hollywood, and everyone knows it.”
At the time, Rinna embraced the label — and even seemed to revel in being booed by fans at BravoCon 2022 in October.
The former soap actress shocked fans when she made her way onto the stage during the “RHOBH” panel — after not originally being slated to attend the three-day event at New York City’s Javits Center.
In response to a roaring chorus of boos, she flashed a wide grin as she flipped off the crowd.
“I’m af—king rock star,” Rinna told Page Six and other outlets when asked about the booing incident after the panel.
In November, Rinna’s now-ex-co-star and noted frenemy Sutton Stracke told Page Six that she believes her opponent’s behavior made the entire “Beverly Hills” cast look bad.
“I just wish that it would stop. I don’t think it’s doing anybody any justice,” Stracke, 51, said of Rinna’s polarizing antics.
“I think it’s only hurting everybody, and I think it makes us all look bad,” she added, reiterating her plea: “Just make it stop.”
The Sutton boutique owner noted that she was particularly upset by Rinna’s decision to repost an offensive meme about Paris Hilton’s experience at the Provo Canyon School, seeming to place blame on her mother, Kathy.
The “Stars Are Blind” singer, 41 — who attended the Utah boarding school for troubled teens in the ’90s — has claimed she was given cervical exams in the middle of the night and was “verbally, mentally, and physically abused on a daily basis basis” at the institution.
The meme Rinna shared suggested that Kathy was responsible for Paris’ trauma.
“What happened to Paris was disgusting,” Stracke asserted. “And to repost that was wrong.”
Last season, fans largely took Hilton’s side over Rinna’s.
Hilton told us in October that it’s “nice” to have most of the Bravo audience on her side and “appreciates” the support, but admits she never knew how she’d be received on the show.
“I have to say these fans are very passionate and they see every little thing,” she noted before joking, “They know when I wore something three times.”
When asked if there was a chance for her to mend things with Rinna, Hilton responded at the time, “I don’t know. I don’t like having bad energy with people.”
Just days later, though, Hilton — who joined “RHOBH” in 2021’s Season 11 — asserted that she wouldn’t come back if Rinna or her other onscreen nemesis, Erika Jayne, held on to their diamonds.
“I had said that I would only be willing to come back if the cast [changed],” Hilton told TMZ.
“If it was completely the same, absolutely not,” she continued. “Because I feel they are two bullies that intimidate a lot of the other girls.”
Hilton pointed out that “a couple” of the women on the show — likely referring to fan-favorites Garcelle Beauvais and Stracke — “speak up” against Rinna and Jayne, 51.
“But most of them, they’re not being their authentic self when they’re pushed up to the wall and they’re afraid of what those two bullies [will do],” Hilton said. “Because they’re capable of anything.”
Further casting for the next installment of “RHOBH” has yet to be announced.