RHOBH's Kathy Hilton tells fans she DID know the show was on Bravo after being roasted for forgetting

RHOBH's Kathy Hilton has today told fans she DID know the show was on Bravo, after getting a roasting for appearing to forget.

The new housewife on the hit reality show has quickly become a fan favorite with her hilarious gaffes.

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This week she had fans crying with laughter in a video with her sister and show OG, Kyle Richards where she seemed to forget that Bravo aired RHOBH.

In the Instagram clip, Kyle told her older sister, Kathy: "Everyone has got to tune in for the West Coast feed at 8 o'clock."

Kathy replied: "And which is it on, cause a lot of people ask me."

Kyle answered: "What do you mean, what channel is it on, it's on Bravo, Kathy."

Fans loved this, with one commenting: "Kathy is truly the purest form of chaos I've ever seen, and I can literally not get enough."

But today the sisters took to Instagram to set the story straight.

Sitting in the back of a car, they filmed a chat for fans where Kathy addressed the issue.

With Kyle stifling a laugh next to her, Kathy said: "Hi everybody how are you? I just wanted to clarify something as I feel so silly.

"The other day when they said I didn't know what channel the show was on, I DID know the show was on Bravo.

"But friends of mine had not been able to see it on Bravo, and they were wondering what channel to watch it on, so I said it was Hulu and Apple TV 2, but that part got cut off.

"I just wanted you to know that I did know, and that I am quite aware that Bravo is the network and we love Bravo!"

Kathy joined RHOBH is season as a friend of the show and has quickly become the best thing about the show.

Kyle and Kathy's younger sister, Kim, also appeared on the show in past seasons.

A fan recently asked Kyle over Twitter: "Does it feel different having one sister on the show versus the other? Your whole family are riots in their own ways. Very entertaining lol."

Kyle said: "Very … we are all so different yet so much alike."

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