Lisa Vanderpump hosts Vanderpump Rules premiere party just 1 day after horrific car crash at restaurant Pump – The Sun

LISA Vanderpump threw a party for the season premiere of Vanderpump Rules yesterday, just one day after a Ferrari smashed into her West Hollywood restaurant Pump.

The VPR family from Katie Maloney-Schwartz and Tom Schwartz to Stassi Schroeder and Brittany Cartwright all turned out to celebrate the new season of the hit reality show, which begins tonight on Bravo.

Video from an Instagram story showed SUR owner Lisa's toast to the cast: "I'd like to say I don't know where that time has gone, but I actually do. Because we have 300 episodes to prove it that we look back on, and we will kind of really enjoy these incredible moments. And it has been difficult for some of us…

"I love each and every one of the cast. Sometimes it's very challenging being on a reality we have new people joining the cast, but it's also an incredible bonding experience."

VPR regular Lala Kent's movie producer fiancé Randall Emmett also spoke at the party.

He said: "You guys have had a hit show for eight years. You guys deserve everything, everything.

"It's magical. It's like lightening in a bottle. I cannot believe how gracious you were to me to let me into this tight-knit family."

Randall went on to show his support for Lisa saying: "Lisa thank you for being my friend. You are a f**king queen."

Rapper Too $hort performed for the cast.

Just a day earlier Lisa was dealing with the aftermath of the Ferrari crashing into the side of Pump.

The white sports car shattered the front windows of the restaurant during brunch service.

According to Page Six the driver told police “he swerved into Pump to avoid a head-on collision as he was turning with another car that was speeding through the yellow light on Santa Monica Blvd.”

Fire crews also responded, but no major injuries were reported.

Although according to the website a woman was taken to the hospital with cuts from the crash.

A rep for Lisa told Page Six yesterday that Pump is still open after the incident saying: “all clean like nothing ever happened. They continued business on the garden side of Pump and only the lounge is closed while they replace the outer glass wall.”

Lisa, 59, tweeted of the crash: "No. We are not a Drive-Thru. Thank God no one was hurt."

These kinds of emergencies are not new for restaurateur.

A blaze broke out out her other restaurant SUR in June 2017.

Earlier that year a fire also broke out at her Beverly Hills restaurant Villa Blanca.

No one was hurt in either of those incidents.

The former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star quit the show after the ninth season, following the 'puppygate' scandal, which saw co-star Kyle Richards accuse Lisa about a dog adoption gone wrong.

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