‘RHOBH’ Star Lisa Vanderpump’s Infamous Mansion Consumed by Flames

Lisa VanderpumpIt might have looked like a scene out of the male stripper film, Magic Mike, but unfortunately the 100 firefighters who showed up at the former home of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ Lisa Vanderpump were actual firefighters.

The 17,000-square-foot pink palace — which was featured on the Bravo show and sold in September of last year for a mere $19 million — was seen on Friday with smoke billowing from the roof. Firefighters battled for an hour and a half in the exclusive Mulholland Estates neighborhood in the hopes of extinguishing the flames that ultimately sent one firefighter to the hospital with injuries.

Neighbor and Housewives costar, Adrienne Maloof — who lives across the street — confirmed there were no casualties, tweeting, “Thank you all for your concern! It has been a crazy couple of hours. Luckily everyone is safe!” Vanderpump also took to her Twitter page, saying, “Yes sadly I heard…a lot of wonderful memories, including my daughters wedding…I am glad to have shared it with you.”

Someone else who is probably sad to hear the news is Vanderpump’s ex-houseguest Cedric Martinez, who spent many years living in the palatial estate rent-free.

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Before joining the Hollywood.com team, Lisa spent one year traveling the world in search of culture, and a country that wasn't Kardashian obsessed. FYI: none exist. But since she wasn't born a Hilton — and therefore needed multiple jobs to pay for the many airline miles — she wrote about her trip experiences and other celebrities for 'TV Guide,' 'InTouch,' 'OK!,' 'Redbook,' 'Marie Claire' and many others. Her last job was as a senior associate editor at EW.com, and she blames her love for reality TV and teen dramas on the little amount of sleep she gets thanks to her newest title, Mom.

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