Lisa doesn’t deny that she’s had work done and adds that it’s easy to tell whose lips are real and whose are fake. She also wants you to know that because she’s had work done that it doesn’t make her a bad person.
Chaunce Hayden: Why are we so obsessed with your damn lips?
Lisa Rinna: I don’t know! I don’t get it. I like them, and they work. I think it’s because I’m the kid at school who’s different. My lips are big. They’re bigger than most, and if they’re not real, then I’m a very bad person. If you add anything to yourself, you’re just bad, and you should be killed.
Chaunce Hayden: What percentage of Hollywood actresses gets lip jobs?
Lisa Rinna: Ninety percent. But mine are too big! They do it much more subtly now. It’s harder to tell. We’re all searching for the fountain of youth.
Chaunce Hayden: Do you think Angelina Jolie’s lips are real?
Lisa Rinna: One hundred percent real. Look at her baby pictures. I think she’s had other things done, but those lips are hers. Jennifer Gardner’s lips are hers and Evangeline Lilly’s lips are hers. My lips look fake. You can tell when they’re real. That’s the truth.
What she left out of her new book, “Rinnovation”.
Lisa Rinna: My book started out to be a diet and fitness book only. I was only going to talk about superficial things, but it morphed into what it became. The only thing I took out of the book that I could have talked more about is sex and things that my husband wasn’t comfortable with me putting in. He didn’t want the door to our bedroom open, which I was very respectful of. I think he’s right. So, I held out a lot. I didn’t give a play-by-play. I could have been more descriptive about it, but it didn’t seem appropriate. I gave enough.
Chaunce Hayden: Did the sex life ever make it on to paper?
Lisa Rinna: Yeah! It made it onto paper, but the hubby saw it and screamed!
Chaunce Hayden: I smell a second book.
Lisa Rinna: There will definitely be a second book. It’s already in the works!
On the media’s obsession with her lips:
Lisa Rinna: All people want to talk about is my lips and sex. What does that tell you about our society and what we’re all about? If you went online, all you would read about is my lips and the scarring from the silicone. The day after the book came out, there wasn’t anything else discussed. To me, what that says about our society is that it’s got to be ugly and scandalous to be important. I talk about my mom being attacked before I was born. Hardly anybody has asked about that.