The Season 8 RHOBH Taglines Are Here, & They’re Extra Decadent

It’s a special time of year, one that only comes around once in a blue moon, and I think it’s high time we celebrate appropriately.

Forget the holidays. Forget any kind of Christmas cheer. Forget feeling rosy and warm with the wintry spirit. Things are about to get frosty and spicy, but not in the way you were expecting. No, what I’m talking about is the special time of year when we not only get to herald the impending return of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, but we also get to bask in the glory of the RHOBH Season 8 taglines. It’s a Housewives miracle, I tell you!

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It’s been a long, long time since we’ve had any kind of RHOBH goodness in our lives. With Season 7 ending earlier in 2017, it’s been a drag all this time as we wait for Season 8 — well, for die-hard fans of the show like yours truly, it has.

But now, Entertainment Tonight is finally able to dish up a smashing sneak preview of the new and improved taglines for each of the housewives, including recent addition Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave, who is sending a soft but strong message with her tagline: “Having the best isn’t important to me, but being my best is.” It sounds like we might have a new RHOBH good girl on our hands, but we shouldn’t hold our breath that she won’t get sucked into the drama.

Some of the other taglines feel extra decadent and very, very Beverly Hills. Take Lisa Vanderpump’s new tagline, “The queen of diamonds always has an ace up her sleeve,” or even Erika Girardi’s, which also goes ultra-decadent with the diamonds imagery: “Some people call me cold, but that’s not ice. It’s diamonds.”

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Lisa Rinna’s new one-liner, “I don’t have to buy it ‘cause I already own it,” is not only a hint at her lifestyle but also a recall to her infamous confrontation with Kyle Richards. She’s clearly owning her drama-inciting tendencies.

Oh, and speaking of Richards, her new tagline fits her like a glove and hits on her quality as a consistently loyal friend: “In this town, fame and money come and go, but friends should not.”

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Finally, Dorit Kemsley’s new tagline is perhaps the most decadent and extra of them all — buckle up. “I believe in an excess of everything… except moderation,” she says in the promo (which you can view within Entertainment Tonight‘s report).

Oh, boy. The RHOBH Season 8 premiere is this evening, Dec. 19, and yet it still feels like such a long wait!