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Lisa Vanderpump twerks in tight jeans with restaurant staffer after a 'bug was found in bottle at a liquor store'

REAL Housewives of Beverly Hills alum Lisa Vanderpump twerked in tight jeans with one of her restaurant staffers.

The Bravolebrity's new dance moves come after a bug was reportedly found in a bottle of her Rosé at a liquor store.


TomTom employee, Jojo Guadagno, shared a TikTok video twerking with Lisa.

He captioned the clip: “She really threw it back with me!! I love LVP!”

Vanderpump Rules costars Tom Schwartz and Tom Sandoval were spotted in the background of the video.

It's not yet known if production was filming for the show's upcoming ninth season.


Earlier this week, photos obtained by PageSix, saw several earwigs found in a batch of Lisa's 2018 Vanderpump Rosé.

The inventory was delivered to a Las Vegas liquor store, where the bugs were quickly discovered lying inside the bottom of the bottles.

“I recommend everyone thoroughly inspect any bottle of Vanderpump Rosé before purchasing and consuming them,” a source urged.

The insider believed that the bottling facility was to blame for the crisis, as the insects very doubtfully entered the bottles in Provence, France where the grapes are grown.



The distributor for the rosé, Palm Bay International, issued a statement on Wednesday claiming they have not had any such complaints in the past.

“This is the first we are learning of it. We stand behind the quality and integrity of the wines in our portfolio and require rigorous standards at the production and bottling facilities that we work with," a company representative assured.

“We’d welcome the chance to connect directly with the individual who encountered this issue, as in five years of selling this product we have never received any retailer or customer complaints of this nature. Thank you!”

Lisa is finding fur-ever homes for rescues in Peacock's new Vanderpump Dogs.

She shared in the trailer: "We created this rescue center and with our incredible team, we have found homes for more than 2,000 dogs."

She then explained how she matches people with rescue pups, saying: "It's like a dating process. You want to have a little foreplay before you go all the way."

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