Lisa Rinna clarifies whether family is getting reality show after ‘RHOBH’ exit

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Lisa Rinna is finally clearing the air after speculation that her family is getting their own reality show.

“That’s not true. None of that’s true,” the former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star says on Page Six’s “Virtual Reali-Tea” podcast while promoting her partnership with Don Julio Rosado.

“I don’t know where somebody got that,” she elaborates, adding that she may revisit the idea in the future, however.

“Listen, I never say no to anything, so I would never say, ‘I will never do something.’ But that is not true.”

Buzz about a new unscripted series began after Rinna, 59, herself teased the possibility in an interview with CR Fashion Book last month. 

“Never say never,” she told the magazine, playing coy about her and her famous brood — including actor husband Harry Hamlin and their model daughters, Delilah Belle Hamlin and Amelia Gray Hamlin — potentially stepping back in front of the camera.

But on “Virtual Reali-Tea,” Rinna — who departed “RHOBH” in January after eight consecutive seasons — says that she and her loved ones simply do not have the time for a new TV project.

“My family’s really busy right now. I’m not sure I could even get anybody to do a show with me,” she notes.

“They’re all working so much and so busy that I’m not sure we could even be in the same place to do a show, which is great.”

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The actress says she is particularly proud of her eldest child, Delilah, 24, for her recent foray into music.

“She’s always had a great voice. It’s not something that anybody has really known, and we’ve always known it,” she says of the “Nothing Lasts Forever” singer.

“I’m so happy that she’s doing something with it and finally releasing a song, and she did her own video. She did all of it on her own with her own people.”

Rinna — who, like her spouse, has been working in Hollywood for decades — points out that Delilah is no nepo baby when it comes to her singing aspirations.

“Harry and I know nothing about the music industry, so this has been really fun to watch, and we’re so proud. And I think the song is amazing,” she says. “I think it gets in your head instantly. I love the video; I think it’s really vulnerable.”

Delilah’s debut single explores her physical and mental health struggles over the past few years. In November 2021, she went live on Instagram to detail her journey with obsessive-compulsive disorder and anxiety, as well as a bad experience with a Xanax prescription.

These days, Rinna says Delilah is “great” and “doing so well” — even after suffering seizures while filming the video for “Nothing Lasts Forever.”

The aspiring pop star was among the many notable names who came out to support the Rinna Beauty founder at a March 31 event in Los Angeles celebrating her collab with Don Julio Rosado and its PTO “P(arty) Time Off!” campaign.

“Tequila is so fun to drink all the time. It’s about day-drinking and having a good time all the time, and you know how I love my tequila, so this just felt like a perfect marriage so to speak,” she says.

Rinna — who enjoys Don Julio Rosado on the rocks or with a splash of sparkling water and lemon garnish — adds, “And I love to have a good time.”

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