Lisa Rinna shared an eye-popping video for her 2M Instagram followers on Thursday evening.
The 56-year-old TV star was showing off her incredibly toned and slender body in a skimpy bikini as she danced in a living room. The caption read, ‘Bad guy,’ which is the name of the Billie Eilish song she was grooving out to.
This comes after the siren admitted during the reunion for the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills, that she ‘probably’ has issues with food.
Lisa was flashing impressive abs and very sculpted arms and legs as she wore a red, blue and green striped two piece that had thin straps on the top and wide briefs.
The brunette beauty also wore a straw cowboy hat.
Rinna appeared to be in a cabin as it had a rustic feel with wicker chairs and a tribal pattern rug with earth toned drapes and what appears to be a wood canoe hanging from the ceiling.
The song she was dancing to is Billie Eilish’s Bad Guy.
The lyrics read, ‘So you’re a tough guy, Like it really rough guy, Just can’t get enough guy, Chest always so puffed guy, I’m that bad type, Make your mama sad type.’
The song has shot to the top of the charts making Billie an overnight star.
Billie – whose full name is Billie Eilish Pirate Baird O’Connell- is a 17-year-old American singer and songwriter.
She gained a following in 2016 when she released her debut single Ocean Eyes on audio distribution platform SoundCloud, subsequently released on the record labels Darkroom and Interscope Records.
This comes after Lisa said she ‘probably’ has issues with food after living in the spotlight for so many years.
The actress also revealed to Andy Cohen that she had no idea that her daughter Amelia would go public with her battle with anorexia after viewers caught a glimpse of the disorder during a difficult scene on the Housewives.
Rinna said that her 18-year-old daughter’s decision to reveal her anorexia on Instagram was entirely her decision and she ‘did it without asking’ first.
‘It’d probably been going on for longer than we know, but when you physically see it, it’s undeniable,’ she said. ‘You can’t ignore it.
‘When we had that barbecue, I think that that was a really pivotal point,’ she added.
Viewers watched as the Hamlin-Rinna family dined al fresco in their backyard one night and Amelia got into quite the battle with her father Harry.
At the time, no one knew the inner turmoil Amelia was going through with her eating disorder, but the conversation was certainly heated.
Andy asked how Harry should have responded to his daughter during the debate, and Rinna replied: ‘Well, from what the therapist told him when he went to see the therapist, she said, “You have to shut the f*** up.” And those were the exact words that she said to him.’
‘Amelia’s gone through a lot in her anorexia,’ Rinna said. ‘She’s quite healthy right now. Right in this moment. And recently, people have said, ‘Well, you don’t look anorexic. You’re not that thin.’ Which is a really big trigger. It’s f***ing difficult.’
Andy noted that viewers have seen Rinna ‘become defensive’ when the discussion turns to her eating habits or weight.
He asked if Amelia may have ever ‘picked up’ from watching her mom’s relationship with food.
‘Probably, yeah,’ Rinna said. ‘Do I have any food issues? I probably do ’cause I’m in this business.’
And while people may comment on her figure, she was adamant against having a negative relationship with working out.
‘No, I don’t. Like, I probably work out three, four, five times a week, depending on my schedule,’ she said. ‘I’m just consistent. But I’ve been the same weight ever since I was 20? But I’m not bulimic, I don’t believe I’m anorexic. I mean, we’ve talked about it. I’ve gone to therapy. I can’t blame myself, but again, I blame myself.’
Lisa first starred on reality TV with the short-lived program Harry Loves Lisa, and joined the RHOBH cast as a main character on season five in November 2014.
Her oldest daughter Delilah, 21, recently detailed multiple rehab stints to battle anxiety and depression in a series shared on Instagram.
‘In regards to Delilah’s recent post, I think it’s time to discuss the condition that started it all — PANDAS (Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptococcal Infections),’ Lisa wrote to her followers.
PANDAS occurs when strep triggers a ‘misdirected immune response and results in inflammation on a child’s brain’ and can cause mood swings, anxiety and joint pain.