RHOBH's Kyle Richards reveals her Bravo co-stars are SCARIER than Halloween Kills murderer Michael Myers

RHOBH star Kyle Richards said she's more afraid of her Bravo co-stars than she was of Michael Myers when she starred in Halloween Kills as a child.

The RHOBH star, 52, added that it's much easier to escape an on-screen killer's clutches than it is to avoid drama while filming the reality show, especially at reunions.

Speaking with The New York Post, Kyle said: "I can tell [you] that I can be chased by Michael Myers into a swamp where there are legitimately alligators and snakes and feel less tired and drained than when I do a reunion with the 'Housewives.'"

Kyle also opened up about the reunion in an interview with Us Weekly, admitting that it was "relentless."

Luckily for Kyle, it wasn't her that was in the hot seat — it was co-star Erika Jayne, who's currently involved in some serious legal drama thanks to estranged husband Tom Girardi.

Kyle teased: "We couldn't get out of bed for a day or two. [Erika] probably couldn't for two weeks.

"It was very, very difficult for her.

"It's never easy for anybody, but she was, for sure, the person that had the hardest time in this reunion.



A source previously told The Sun that things between Kyle and Erika got tense during the reunion and continued behind the scenes.

The insider said: "Erika addressed her feelings towards Kyle at the reunion but left unhappy because she didn't like the line of questioning."

In clips from the intense sit-down, Kyle said in a confessional interview: "I understand you're going through a lot, Erika. But you still have to apologize to people."


Bravo released a preview for the season 11 reunion, which will take place over four parts.

In the trailer, Erika can be seen breaking down into tears as she pleads with her co-stars to stand by her side through the drama.

The clip makes clear that host Andy Cohen didn't go easy on Erika, despite their longstanding working relationship.

The Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen host says at one point: "We're gonna put you on a skewer, and I'm gonna fire up the barbecue."

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