‘RHOBH’: Jamie Lee Curtis Reveals Why She Was Upset After Seeing Reunion Trailer

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Jamie Lee Curtis has revealed why the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills trailer made her so upset for Kyle Richards.

The trailer for the upcoming Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion has been released. However, Jamie Lee Curtis told ET’s Will Marfuggi that she isn’t happy after seeing the trailer.

“I was very upset when I saw the trailer for it, because Kyle was genuinely upset and I really like Kyle Richards,” Curtis said at the premiere for Halloween Ends Tuesday night. 

Richards told ET ahead of the premiere that Curtis showed up at the reunion taping to shed some light on her season 12 appearance. Also, she wanted to support her co-star.

It was “really grateful” to have her there, Richards said. Curtis admitted she does not watch the show. However, she called Richards after watching the reality TV star getting emotional in the trailer.

Jamie Lee Curtis Says RHOBH Trailer Made Her Upset

“I don’t know who made her upset, but I called her out of real concern. That was a level of stress and upset that you wanna see in a horror movie out of her, not in a reality TV show, and so, that was important to me,” she said.

Curtis also said she is proud of where the real horror film franchise has come since its start 44 years ago. “I feel like I’ve done what I really needed to do with this. I never thought any of it would happen, and here I am 44 years later,” she added.

“I’m proud of it, proud of these three movies that we made. I’m proud of the 1978 — I’m proud of Laurie Strode as this ultimate girl who doesn’t give up, and I think her message that you don’t give up no matter what, is crucial and I think more than ever today we need to hear that message of hope and possibility.”

“Laurie Strode simply represents an innocent girl who had her life brutalized by a monster, who didn’t ever give up, and the final girl was really born from that — off her, and I’m very proud that my legacy, as a human being, as an actor when I die, which I will, you know is, that I was Laurie Strode, the girl who never gave up.”

“And I think that’s a legacy of perseverance and courage and intelligence that is a beautiful thing to wrap myself in,” she added.

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