'Always with the fridge, WHY?' Internet slams Lisa Rinna for kitchen photoshoot in Michael Kors jumpsuit
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' alum Lisa Rinna has been involved in various charitable causes throughout her career. One of the causes that she has been particularly passionate about is women's health, and in particular, the fight against cancer. Rinna has been involved with the Women’s Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) for many years and has worked tirelessly to raise awareness and funds for cancer research. Rinna has also been open about her own personal experiences with cancer and has shared her story in the hopes of inspiring others to get involved and make a difference.
Rinna recently shared with her followers on Instagram, a picture of herself all set to make an entrance at the WCRF Benefit Gala in Los Angeles. She stunned onlookers with a striking gold jumpsuit from the Michael Kors Collection. With its bold design and eye-catching hue, Rinna's outfit made a powerful statement, showcasing her impeccable fashion sense.
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Lisa Rinna at WCRF
All eyes were on Lisa Rinna as she prepared to grace the Women's Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) Benefit Gala in Los Angeles. The actress and television personality stunned in a show-stopping gold jumpsuit from the Michael Kors Collection. The plunging neckline and sheer detailing on her chest added an alluring touch, while the boot-cut flare gave the ensemble a distinctly '70s vibe. To complete the look, Rinna slipped into platform gold heels, adding some extra height and glamor to her already striking outfit. Accompanied by her husband Harry Hamlin, Rinna radiated elegance and sophistication as they made their way to the event. Hamlin, best known for his roles in 'Clash of the Titans' and 'LA Law,' kept it classic in a black suit and white button-up shirt, perfectly complementing Rinna's golden attire. Together, the couple exuded confidence and style, demonstrating their unwavering support for the WCRF and the fight against cancer.
But the situation in her comment section on Instagram was very different. Fans called her out for posing in the kitchen, among other things. One user said, "Get a hobby!!! Selfies in kitchen is juvenile", while another wrote, "Queen of posing with a refrigerator". One-worded comments like "CRINGE!!" and "Scary" were also seen. Another Instagram commented, "Posing in front of the fridge in that outfit is just wrong." One user wrote, "I don’t get how posing to emphasize your collar bone and ribs is fashion" while another remarked, "Kitchen is so ugly." A user went sarcastic with, "How funny...that's the same exact outfit I wear in the kitchen!" while another funny comment read, "Come on, fridge… let’s get fridgening!" One user was left asking, "Omg always with the fridge WHY ??"
Lisa Rinna was called out by AICR last year
Rinna found herself in hot water with the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) in 2022, after making flippant comments about cancer. Unfortunately, this was not the first time Rinna's words had caused controversy. In the sixth season of 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,' she accused Yolanda Hadid of having Munchausen syndrome and even questioned her and her daughter's Lyme disease diagnosis. During an episode of the show, Rinna made remarks about cancer that left the AICR deeply concerned. Following a supposed "meltdown" by Kathy Hilton in Aspen, Rinna told the other Housewives that if she doesn't talk about her issues, she'll get cancer and "get sick and die."
The AICR spoke out not only about the ethical implications of Rinna's statements but also about the scientific side. They stressed that there is no strong evidence supporting the claim that stress by itself causes cancer. Moreover, a representative from the institute accused Rinna of using the specter of cancer as emotional blackmail to justify stirring up drama and continuing her tirade against Hilton. Rinna's comments were both irresponsible and insensitive, as they trivialized a disease that affects millions of people around the world. The AICR's response was a necessary reminder that cancer is a serious issue that should not be taken lightly. Rinna may have a history of stirring up drama and cancer awareness, but this antic crossed a line and served as a stark reminder of the importance of compassion and responsibility in our words and actions.
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