‘Saturday Night Live’ alum and self-proclaimed Bravo “superfan” Cheri Oteri appeared recently on ‘Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen’ to discuss her feelings about one of her favorite television programs.
In the candid interview, the actress admitted that she had a particular hangup regarding one cast member on the show, explaining that she thinks Lisa Rinna has a serious problem with wealth obsession and that its virtually all she ever talks about outside of conflicts, referencing specific circumstances as well.
In one episode of ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,’ Oteri says Rinna proves her obsession with wealth, specifically the wealth of castmate Sutton Stracke.
When Stracke takes Rinna to a dress fitting at designer Domenico Dolce’s massive New York City apartment, the ‘RHOBH’ star couldn’t help but gush at the massive display of wealth.
“What does it say about Sutton that Dolce & Gabbana make a one of a kind piece for her? It says that she’s rich, honey! She’s-a-rich!” She commented.
“[Rinna’s] obsession with wealth was a little nauseating,” Oteri remarked after referencing that particular example of her behavior.
“Lisa Rinna, she couldn’t even lie, she goes, ‘Oh is that a Dolce & Gabbana bra you have on?’ As if, trying to deflect from the outfit. And it just made me laugh because it’s like, ‘No, no no, this is from JCPenney. The rest is all Dolce & Gabbana,” the former ‘Saturday Night Live’ star commented about Rinna and her tendencies.
“And then Lisa Rinna is saying, ‘Well if you’re that rich, you can pretty much wear anything you want,'” Oteri continued to say.
Since joining the show, Rinna has made it infinitely clear that she is a hustler, always working to push herself ahead both personally and financially. In a recent Variety piece, the reality star explained her business fears amidst COVID-19.
“Hopefully, [my businesses] will continue, and we’ll be able to make money and survive. I mean, that’s the scariest part is how do we keep it all going?” She said.
Beyond that, Rinna also joked about her past business ventures, including her collaborative effort with Depends adult diapers that she says definitely helped keep her afloat at the time.
“I’ll pretty much do anything,” she admitted to Radar Online, “That Depends job saved our bacon. I got paid more money to do that than I got paid to do anything ever in my life and I was just like winking all the way to the bank. I’ll do anything to make a buck.”