Delilah Hamlin teased that her parents, Lisa Rinna and Harry Hamlin, are cooking up a new reality series.
“There’s a show,” she told Page Six exclusively on the red carpet of “The Crowded Room” Thursday night. “It involves cooking. I don’t know if I’m allowed to say that but there you go.”
Delilah, 24, clarified that she’s not “included in the show,” implying that the chopping and braising will be her mom and dad’s purview.
In April, Rinna strenuously denied that the family would be starring in a reality series following her departure from “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”
“That’s not true. None of that’s true,” the “Days of our Lives” alum told Page Six.
“I don’t know where somebody got that,” she elaborated, adding that she may revisit the idea in the future, however.
“Listen, I never say no to anything, so I would never say, ‘I will never do something.’ But that is not true.”
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Rinna, 59, announced her departure from “RHOBH” in January after eight seasons.
In a recent interview, the “Melrose Place” star shared that she had grown tired of the fans’ increasing vitriolic outbursts.
“I think the world itself has gotten so volatile that the response doesn’t match what we’re doing,” she told ES magazine last month.
“I didn’t want to live like that. I don’t think that’s healthy. The way the fan base reacts to the show now is not how it was when I first started.
“I mean, we were getting death threats,” she exclaimed. “Some of the most horrible things I’ve ever seen in print in my life, and it’s a reality show! It’s a stupid show! I thought: ‘It’s time to go.’ I’m not sure how much longer that can exist in the zeitgeist, to be honest with you.”
Delilah told Page Six that “it was hard watching my mom deal with that” level of abuse.
“But you know she’s strong and I’m proud of her,” she added.
The singer, who performs under the moniker Delilah Belle, released her first single, “Nothing Lasts Forever,” in March. The social media star said she’s also working on new music, describing her style as “Indie, R&B, pop.”
The model was at the Apple+ premiere walking the carpet with boyfriend Henry Eikenberry, who stars in the new psychological thriller, alongside Tom Holland, Emmy Rossum and Amanda Seyfried.
A rep for Rinna did not reply for comment.
“The Crowded Room” premieres on Apple+ on June 9.
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