The series OG revealed she would not be returning to the Bravo series and that she had "no inclination" to attend the upcoming reunion during a recent conversation with DailyMailTV.
"I think they've made it pretty impossible for me to go back, frankly. So, no," Lisa said when she was asked if she'd be returning for Season 10.
When asked if she would be attending the Season 9 reunion, she replied, "The objective of the reunion is to reunite, right? I have no inclination to reunite with any of the women that have been harassing me for 10 months now, so in all probability, no."
The bombshell news comes just days after the 58-year-old restaurant mogul told fans they'd likely seen the last of her on the current season.
Replying to an inquiring fan on Twitter who wondered if viewers would get to see her again before Season 9 concludes, Lisa said, "No, maybe Caesars on the last one," referring to the grand opening of her Vanderpump Cocktail Garden at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
"They cut out all my scenes," she added, noting that a lot of what she filmed was "philanthropic." This season, we got to witness Lisa, Ken Todd, John Sessa and the rest of the Vanderpump Dogs team help pass House Resolution 401, which calls for an end to the dog and cat meat industry.
But the reality star and animal rights activist says cameras also captured her involvement with Route91Strong (an organization that provides financial assistance and resources for those who have been impacted by mass gun violence), The Trevor Project (a non-profit focused on suicide prevention among the LGBTQ youth) and something she referred to as an "Indian party" (which we assume was the event she hosted at one of her restaurants in honor of India decriminalizing homosexuality). According to Lisa, though, those scenes won't air.
The last time viewers saw Lisa on the show was when she was strapped up to a polygraph machine, answering questions about her alleged involvement in leaking a story to Radar Online about a dog co-star Dorit Kemsley had adopted from her.
Although Lisa passed the test with flying colors, her castmates were not impressed. As it stands today, her relationship with once-bestie Kyle Richards is cordial at best; her relationships with PuppyGate participants Dorit and Teddi Mellencamp are seemingly beyond repair; her relationships with Lisa Rinna and Erika Jayne are nonexistent; and she's uncertain about where she stands with Camille Grammer, who was caught this season saying some not-so-nice things behind Lisa's back.
Love her or hate her, Lisa Vanderpump was a staple of the franchise.
"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on Bravo.