Sadly, it appears the hostess still harbors ill feelings toward the movie star.
On Tuesday, the reality TV personality appeared on Heather McDonald‘s Juicy Scoop podcast where she rehashed the feud, and even threw in some new insults!
The 27-year-old told the host:
“She’s gross… Not only did she call me the c-word… she went on and on making fun of me and my relationship with my mom… I’m watching this like ‘Is this A-list celebrity, who has Oscars, for real?’ And then when she dropped the c-word I was like ‘Ok, honey, let’s leave the trash to us reality TV personalities, don’t be trying to take my job.”‘
The Bravolebrity — who is currently dating movie producer Randall Emmett — even gives her take on Lawrence’s bankability as an actress.
“Well you know, I just let her know she’s a gross human being and congratulations on two failed films in a row… My man is in the movie business, it is now said that she is not as valuable and she has to have another actor or actress to like, get the numbers up.”
Although Lisa Vanderpump‘s employee tried to forgive and forget the A-lister, she was unable to let the c-word incident go.
“You’re an A-list celebrity who makes more money than God and you’re like saying you support women and you’re calling another women the c-word that you’ve never laid eyes on in person, never had a conversation with me… I tried to not let it bug me, but it never feels good to be called that, on top of someone who is that big and grand and A-list and glamorous. It was kind of like, ‘That kind of hurt my feelings a little bit.”‘
When asked if she thinks the Hunger Games alum did anything sexual with disgraced exec Harvey Weinstein, Lala replied, “Yeah, I think she’s that type of chick,” adding:
“Well, here’s the thing, now anytime you bring her up, like, I’m going to have nothing nice to say about her… I’m going say that she sucked everyone’s dicks to get to where she is, I’m going to say that her hair sucks, her face is a little too pudgy, like she needs to stop the drinking, you know? I said it, you don’t have to worry.”
But um, excuse us Lala, your comments don’t exactly embody female empowerment, either!