LISA Vanderpump is set to host a new reality show on E! where she hosts wild soirées for celebrity guests who she says must be "naughty."
The Vanderpump Rules star is making her mark on a new network where she will host her show Overserved.
E! released a teaser for the reality star's new endeavor, which is set to premiere on March 18th at 9 pm.
Lisa, 60, sat poised on a silver Queen's chair in a purple room as she spoke to the camera: "Well, hello. I'm inviting you to an intimate dinner party."
"And for it to be perfect, I have a few rules. You gotta bust your butt for the decor to be absolutely fabulous.
"The guests should be naughty. But the hostess should always be naughtier. This dinner party rules."
Overserved will be an inside look at Lisa's celebrity parties, including guests like Mario Lopez, Vivica A. Fox, Gabriel Iglesias, Lance Bass, Joel McHale, Cheryl Hines, Margaret Cho, and Steve-O.
In the trailer, the esteemed restauranteur and her friends wildly drank and got lively as the mother of two flashed the camera and spanked others with a whip.
Joel threatened to steal from Lisa's fine wine collection and Gabriel admitted he was "so wasted."
Overserved will fill the void that was left when Vanderpump Rules paused their filming indefinitely due to the pandemic.
Though the beloved restaurant reality show has no set date of return, Lisa's new program will serve a fresh look into her life.
Viewers will get an inside look at Lisa's 8,000 square foot Villa Rosa estate in Beverly Hills, and will get the chance to delve into the TV star's signature games.
Called "Rosé Pong," "Diva Croquet" and "Get Pumped," they serve the purpose of putting the Housewives alum and her friends into fun and ludicrous situations.
Though Vanderpump rules has been on a hiatus since June 2020, the cast has been stirring some controversy of late.
Lisa recently spoke out to defend two of her staff members, Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute, who were fired from Bravo.
The network cut ties from the girls after they bragged about falsely calling the police on Faith Stowers, the show’s only black cast member.
The SVP owner denies her employees are racist, though, and simply explained that they are just "stupid and ignorant."
While appearing on The Skinny Confidential’s Him & Her podcast, the Bravolebrity further added: “It wasn’t right what they did at all, but do I think they’re racist? 1,000 percent not.
“Because I have a lot of diverse people working for me that they’ve all been working very close to for many years. Do I think it was a racist action? Not at all. I just think it was awful timing, and stupid and ignorant.”
Bravo executive Andy Cohen also shared his opinion, saying their release was a "decision for that moment."
"It’s more interesting to sit in the moment with people that you have a rooting interest in and watch them find their way than it is just turning out the lights and forgetting it existed," he admitted.
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