Erika Girardi and the rest of the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” cast wants you to keep your plastic surgery questions to yourself.
Andy Cohen learned this the hard way during the franchise’s reunion when he read a fan’s question for cast member Dorit Kemsley, but it didn’t take long for the rest of the ladies to interject.
“Dorit, according to Lisa Vanderpump you’ve had a head transplant,” Cohen, 51, began as he read a viewer question that referred to a scene in the show’s most recent season. “What work have you had done since last season?”
“By the way, that was not very nice,” Lisa Rinna chimed in.
“I hate it when people say ‘What work have you had done?’ What work have had done?” Girardi, 48, griped. “I think she should answer it, but at the same time it’s kind of rude.”
“I think since the ‘Housewives’ has begun, one of the tropes I think that is common among every city and every franchise is women chasing the fountain of youth and trying to look better and look great,” Cohen explained.
“What’s wrong with that?” Rinna, 56, interrupted.
Cohen insisted that nothing was wrong with that, but Girardi disagreed.
“No. There is something wrong with it when you are judged for it,” she argued as Kemsley, 43, smiled on. “This is how I choose to live my life. However I chose to alter my body or present myself — ”
“But where’s the judgment?” Cohen said, cutting her off.
“From others!” Girardi answered.
Finally, Kemsley copped to having Botox and fillers injected.
Meanwhile, Girardi confessed that it costs about “$40,000 a month to do Erika Jayne … that’s hair, makeup, makeup, wardrobe, the whole production itself.”