Reality TV royalty has just recreated one of the year’s biggest reality TV events. Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner recreated the controversial Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 12 moment when Lisa Rinna ordered Kendall’s 818 Tequila over Kathy Hilton’s brand Casa Del Sol, which led to their continuing feud, in a Dec. 11 TikTok video.

The Kardashians traveled to the same Kemo Sabe hat store in Aspen, Colorado, where the Bravo drama did take place. Following Lisa’s lead, the sisters order some 818 Tequila, which is hilariously put next to a bottle labeled “Kathy’s tequila” in the video.

Not to mention, the audio used in Kendall’s TikTok is from the now-iconic RHOBH scene. “I just wanna try it because it’s my friend Kendall Jenner’s tequila, so I just haven’t tried it,” Lisa says, to which Kathy annoyingly responds, “C’mon. I cannot f–king believe what she just said.”

Kendall captioned the post, “all love for Kathy and Lisa.”

Lisa and Kathy’s Aspen vacation drama ended with Lisa accusing her co-star of having a meltdown after leaving a nightclub during which Kathy reportedly attacked her half-sister Kyle Richards, as well as cast members Crystal Kung Minkoff, Sutton Stracke, and Dorit Kemsley.

When it comes to Lisa referring to Kendall as a “friend” during her drink order, she revealed to E! News Erin Lim Rhodes at BravoCon 2022 that they aren’t as close as she may have led people to believe.

“I know Kris Jenner very well and the family,” the 59-year-old said at the fan convention on Oct. 14. “I don’t know Kendall much at all—but at the moment, I said my friend at the moment because we’re friends of the family.”

Lisa later apologized for unintentionally hurting Kathy’s feelings with her drink order during the show’s season 12 reunion, saying, “The way that it played out, I’m sorry if it hurt Kathy’s feelings. It was never my intention to do that.”



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