What the Phrase “Bravo Bravo Bravo” means on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (RHOBH)

What the Phrase "Bravo Bravo Bravo" means on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (RHOBH)

The sneak peek shows the drama with the RHOBH cast that leads up to Denise stopping “shooting with the group” this season, Hills.”The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills girls’ trip to Rome quickly turned tense when Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave brought up the rumor regarding Denise Richards and Brandi Glanville, On Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on July 29, Garcelle Beauvais said that she had “no idea” about the move to shout the phrase “Bravo Bravo Bravo” to make the moment harder to air. 

Kyle Richards had a theory during an Instagram Live chat with The Daily Dish podcast co-host Megan Segura following the RHOBH Season 10 premiere on April 15. Denise secondhand the expression in other areas that were cut from confident episodes but were shown in flashback videos as well.

What the Phrase "Bravo Bravo Bravo" means on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (RHOBH)
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After that knock-out fight between Teddi Mellencamp Denise, Dorit Kemsley, and the rest of the gang. Even the most die heart fans would be confused as Bravo die-hards know that stars frequently make an effort to maneuver their method out of sticky circumstances by calling concentration to their network. 

Dorit founder, 44, cleared in a statement, “When you mention the network’s name then, you know, the network cannot use that footage and I think that that is where what she was hoping to achieve by saying that.” Girardi, 49, also disclosed, “That’s why we always say roll with the punches because many times you get punched in the face.”

The Daily Dish is a scope for all things Bravo, from breaking news to exclusive interviews, behind-the-scenes to photos, original videos, and many more. Garcelle also commented about her and put many allegations to her, with Sutton Stracke. But this is not the very first time that Denise Richards has called upon “Bravo Bravo, Bravo” to put an end to gossip.