Lisa Rinna, 59, told E! News on February 28 that she may be a bit "boring" without her. "It's okay," she said. "If Lisa left, she'll just stay," she said. "I think change is good. Lisa came on the show, she made a decent contribution, and she left her mark."
After she joked that The Talk might be "a little boring" without her, Erika Jayne, Dorit Kemsley, and Kyle Richards, she said she will miss her previous co-hosts. "It doesn't last that long," she said.
"I'm so good," the Black Girl Missing actress said of Lisa's departure from the show after eight seasons of drama. "She certainly made an impact," she added.
Sherri, 55, informed Garcelle that she believes she will "must show up and work" now that she's gone. "I've been showing up," she said.
Garcelle appears to be enjoying the new direction The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills will go without Lisa. "It really feels fresh and fun," she told E!. "We'll always have drama because we're all independent, strong-minded women, but let's have fun. It got a little too dark last season."
Lisa surprised the Bravo world when she announced her retirement from the hit series on January 5 with a brief statement. "I am grateful to everyone at Bravo and all those involved in the series," she said in a statement obtained by HollywoodLife. "I'm looking forward to more of the same!"
Lisa's time on TRHOBH was a bit rocky, as her feud with Kathy Hilton, 63, reached a climax during the reunion. Kathy accused Rinna of bullying Vanderpump off the show and scolded her for treating her sister, Kyle Richards, poorly at her Aspen vacation home.
Kyle, 54, told HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY that she'd like to shoot Season 13 of Season 13 with a clean slate. "I'm just looking forward to just moving on," she said. "And get back to, you know, having a good time."