Lisa Vanderpump Says Goodbye to 'RHOBH' for Good After 'Nastiness' of Season Finale
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Here's how the OG "RHOBH" star bid adieu to the reality show one last time.

Lisa Vanderpump's final episode of "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" aired last night -- and she didn't even watch it.

The "RHOBH" OG officially quit the show after an extreme falling out with her costars following Puppygate. While she appeared in the first half of the season -- which ended on Tuesday -- she was MIA for most of the back half. She also will not appear on the reunion.

After the finale aired, LVP said her goodbyes to her fans on social media, with posts on both Twitter and Instagram.

"I didn't watch obviously, but the army at my house looking after my furry people did, and I heard from all of you about the nastiness once again," she tweeted.

"I am in London for my mother's funeral, I hope that after this awful year I can start life again," she added, along with the hashtags #RHOBH and #9yrs. Vanderpump lost both her mom and brother over the last year, with her brother's death taking a toll on Lisa during filming for "Housewives."

She also shared a short video on Instagram stating, "The Pump has left the building. Thank you all for your support for 9 years."

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In Tuesday's finale, Lisa Rinna and Kyle Richards detailed their unexpected run-ins with LVP in the six months since filming initially wrapped.

"I was waiting for my car [in a garage], and I heard this, 'Ohhh, God!'" Rinna explained, breaking out her best English accent. "I just didn't say anything! Like, I just sat there and looked at her. So she goes to her her car, and she's fumbling in her purse for money. Her nails are wet, and so she's fumbling, and all of a sudden, I turn around and I go, 'Do you need some money?'"

"She goes, 'No! And if I did, I wouldn't take yours!'" Rinna said. "Swear to God. And that was it."

As for Kyle, the two crossed paths at the Chanel counter in Neiman Marcus. Kyle said she said hello first and that Lisa was "really shocked" to look up and see who it was.

"I said, I want you to know that I'm very sorry about how everything has turned out and everything that's happened between us," she continued. "I really don't think it needed to be this way at all.' And she said, 'Well, you called me a liar.' And I said, 'No, I didn't call you a liar. Those are your words.'"

Kyle told the women she felt "sad" because she's come to realize that nothing will ever change. "While I have great empathy for what she's gone through, I do, but it also doesn't excuse behavior," Kyle explained, "And also, this is not behavior because she was going through a hard time. It's stuff that she's already been doing since I've known her."

The only time we saw LVP during the finale was at the very end of the episode, as cameras captured her sipping tea at home with her dogs.

"Opening a new restaurant and dealing with personal feelings and then this complete f--k up with all my friends, it's been a lot to actually deal with," she told the camera. "But I feel I'm in a different place now. Things are turning around. Out with the old, and in with the new."

The three-night "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" reunion kicks off next Tuesday on Bravo.