What is a cast without LVP?
A jam-packed schedule and her disdain for the venom spewed last season on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills has left Lisa Vanderpump wondering if it's worth it to continue filming the franchise.
Production sources tell TMZ that Vanderpump met with Bravo executives at one of her West Hollywood restaurants, PUMP last week to discuss her future, and whether or not it includes the Housewives.
The issue, according to sources, isn't money.
On top of running three restaurants and serving as an executive producer of Vanderpump Rules, LVP isn't in love with the show's "negative vibes," nor is she pleased with the way certain cast members "ganged up on her."
Vanderpump, an animal rights activist, is also working to put an end to the dog meat market in China, which also takes up a significant amount of her time.
So far, Vanderpump is the only Housewife not to have signed on for season 7.
Vanderpump and co-star Lisa Rinna famously went from close friends to sworn enemies last season, when Rinna accused her of manipulation.
Back in May, Rinna told Andy Cohen that she and Vanderpump had not been in touch since taping the reunion special.
"My current relationship with Vanderpump, I haven't spoken with her, actually, so I don't know what it would be, to be honest," Rinna said on Watch What Happens Live.
"I saw her at the reunion. That was the last time."
As for Vanderpump, her last blog post for season six left her drained, but able to see things in a different light.
"Clarity has descended, maybe I should've retaliated aggressively at the reunion, but I refuse to wallow in the murky quagmire in which they swim," she wrote.
"It was an arduous few weeks that I emerged from bruised, but emotionally intact as I focus on all the positivities that life has to offer..."
There has been no word from the network on the status of Vanderpump's contract.
The reality star herself has not made a statement either.
Do you think it's a wise move for Vanderpump to leave The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills?