Lisa Rinna- Here’s Why I Did The Depends Commercial

Posted: November 26, 2014 by RealMrHousewife in Housewives
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Last night on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, we see new housewife Lisa Rinna meet with her agent. While there, Lisa’s infamous Depends commercial comes up. Lisa has taken to her blog to express why she did this. What did she say?

Lisa writes, “During my incredibly fun lunch meeting with my agent, we talked a lot about sponsorships and endorsements. Of course, as a part of this conversation, my Depends commercial came up as we discussed my career and any future endorsements. I’ve had many people ask me why I would do the Depends commercial, and the answer is really quite simple.”

She continued explaining it, writing that, “By doing this commercial, the contract stated that $250,000 would go to a charity that is very special to me: Dress For Success. Dress For Success empowers disadvantaged women to reach their professional potential by providing them with both the attire and tools they need for success in the workplace and in life. I mean, how could I say no to the opportunity to provide some much needed funds to such an amazing and woman-centric charity?! Besides, the fact that 50 million people deal with incontinence, and I am honored to represent those that still want to look and feel glamorous. And c’mon ladies, don’t tell me you can’t relate… We’ve all peed a little at some point in our lives after sneezing, am I right?”

We adore Lisa’s confidence, sense of humor, and absolutely adore her on the show.

What do you think? Let us know!

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