Last year on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills we had the Munchausen debacle. This year we’re dealing with Erika Girardi’s lack of a thong. Look, you announce to your friends over drinks that you aren’t wearing underwear and then don’t expect anyone to comment? I’m not buying it.
Erika may say she’s an introvert, but I call bullshit! Her alter ego is Erika Jayne, a scantily dressed aging pop singer who pats her crotch every chance she gets. And let’s be clear, Erika didn’t have that napkin on her lap (shout out to Phaedra’s prayer cloth!) for the entire get together. That skirt was short, and I’m sure Dorit and PK Kemsley got an eyeful.
But none of that will stop Erika from playing the victim in her blog. So, let’s jump into the fray and pick sides, shall we?
First, Erika got upset when PK mentioned LVP used to be an actress, and he made a comment about black and white movies. LVP laughed. Erika became offended.
“Lisa Vanderpump…defends her snarky remarks as being “British humor,” but she also describes this humor as being “way more aggressive.” So, are you trying to be funny or aggressive?”
Considering the joke was at Lisa’s expense, Erika seemed to be overreacting.
“I love a good joke just as much as the next person, but this “humor” often feels like thinly veiled insults… I’m not really sure what motivated LVP to stick her hand up my dress. I found it invasive, and I did not appreciate it.”
LVP did what she always does—she pushed buttons and made a joke of it. She would have pulled that same move on Kyle Richards. Is any of this new?
But Erika isn’t only pissed at LVP. She has a lot of things to say about Dorit, too. And none of them are nice. I’m still trying to figure out what Dorit did that had Erika in such a snit. I think Erika came to that party with a bad attitude and no matter what happened, she was determined to get angry.
“Watching Dorit and PK talk about my “hoo-ha” like they were devastated is strange to me. What, suddenly you’re conservative now? PK represents one of the most forward-thinking, gender-bending artists in music…”
Dorit states in her blog that everyone has gone without panties at one time or another. These things happen. Erika pounces on that phrase like a hungry cat.
“On one hand you’re offended, and on the other hand you understand “these things happen”? Which is it? I can’t help but wonder what the motive behind this drama-driven topic is really about.”
I think it’s about Erika flashing her cooch at PK. It’s not that complicated, Erika.
“The facts are these: My knees were closed together from the moment I sat down, and my legs were covered with either my purse or a black napkin. I did not sit there on display, and I do not appreciate what was said about me.”
This from the woman who wears sheer costumes and writhes around half naked, right? Yet suddenly she’s Amish?
“It’s interesting to me that a woman who’s so busy “doing it all,” has two beautiful babies, a gorgeous home, and an obviously adoring husband is finding the time to dissect me and call me names. She doesn’t even know me. In my opinion, this says more about Dorit than it does about me.”
Did Dorit call Erika names? She accused her of being “guarded.” And she said it to Erika’s face, not behind her back. But is that really an insult?
So, did Erika intentionally flash PK? Was it wrong for Dorit and PK to discuss Erika’s flappy bits the next day? Or is Erika being dramatic?