The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills stars have connections to celebrities. Famous A-listers give donations and private performances at their homes.
On The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, many of the cast members have connections to celebrities, and their appearances bring out a lighter side to the show. Some RHOBH stars have acting experience, and others have spouses who have jobs in the entertainment industry. The women on the Beverly Hills franchise enjoy throwing elaborate parties and charity events. They often invite well-known A-listers, who provide donations and private performances right inside their mansions.
When celebrities make cameos on RHOBH, the drama subsides and the ladies are finally able to let loose and have fun. Kyle Richards and Dorit Kemsley love inviting surprise guests to their parties to shock their friends and keep everyone on their toes. There are a lot of celebrities who have been featured on The Real Housewives franchise, but RHOBH is unique because they live in the same location as Hollywood’s biggest names.
Boy George And The Culture Club – RHOBH Season 7
On RHOBH season 7, Boy George and The Culture Club gave everyone a surprise performance at Dorit’s husband, Paul “PK” Kemsley’s 50th birthday party. PK works as a talent manager for Boy George, and the Culture Club band member even lived with the Kemsleys temporarily. Dorit kept Boy George’s appearance a secret from PK by telling him that the house was “under construction.” The stage was covered with a black curtain, and Dorit lifted it up when she was ready to reveal the surprise. During the performance, The Culture Club sang their famous ’80s song, “Karma Chameleon.” It brought back memories for RHOBH siblings Kyle and Kim Richards, who loved singing the song with their mom.
Pop Group Wilson Phillips – RHOBH Season 10
Kyle had a fundraiser at her house to support The Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles on RHOBH season 10. She took inspiration from her friend Dorit by making the hit pop group Wilson Phillips surprise guests of honor. Kyle is close with band member, Carnie Wilson, and she was featured in a previous RHOBH episode. As expected, Wilson Phillips performed the classic song, “Hold On,” which made everyone at the party get out of their seats and dance. Former RHOBH stars Brandi Glanville and Adrienne Maloof attended the party and joined in on the fun.
Jamie Lee Curtis From Halloween Ends – RHOBH Season 12
Dorit! 😭😭😭 #RHOBH pic.twitter.com/TRO260LbVY — jay (@JaysRealityBlog) July 23, 2022
Fans were excited when Jamie Lee Curtis appeared in an episode of RHOBH season 12. She is a long-time friend of Kyle, and co-starred with her in the newest film, Halloween Ends. On the show, the RHOBH ladies went to a luncheon at Kyle’s house to learn about Jamie’s charity, My Hand In Yours. Instead of focusing on the charity’s main purpose, viewers laughed at how excited Dorit was about the “chic” products Jamie showed everyone at the event, including a wind chime. Jamie’s RHOBH cameo created a lot of buzz with fans, and the Freaky Friday star even stopped by the reunion to talk about her brief stint on camera.
Musician Melissa Etheridge – RHOBH Season 12
Dorit threw a black-and-gold-themed party on RHOBH season 12 to benefit a charity called “Homeless Not Toothless.” The drama in the group was still brewing, and Dorit hoped everyone would get along at the event, but that didn’t happen. Frenemies Lisa Rinna and Sutton Stracke continued their heated argument, which was embarrassing to the other guests at the party. The fight got so bad, that Lisa broke down in tears, explaining that she missed her mom, Lois Rinna. To smooth things over, Dorit brought out Melissa Etheridge as a special musical guest. Melissa’s performance of “Come To My Window” somehow brought a calm energy among the women. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills fans joke that she saved the party, and might have mended Sutton and Lisa’s friendship.