The 'Real Housewives' star says she's witnessed supernatural happenings in her California home
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards undoubtedly lives a life of luxury — but it turns out her Encino, Calif., home is haunted. And now, Kelly Clarkson is dying to experience the hauntings for herself.
Richards, 54, visited The Kelly Clarkson Show on Oct. 31 with some unsettling news: She believes her California estate has a supernatural presence. And while most would probably run the other way upon hearing this, Clarkson's face immediately lit up.
"I haven't [seen ghosts], I want to," Clarkson tells Richards in the clip. "I would want to see it... I 100% think it would be cool."
"Oh, come over to my house," Richards responds, before delving into what she attributes the hauntings to.
The ghosts' presence became most pronounced, Richards explains, after her mom, Kathleen Richards, died in 2002.
"I've lost both my parents and I've had some things happen," she explains. "Like a lot of things happen — especially after my mom passed away."
And even though Richards says doesn't feel that the ghosts are malevolent, she still notices strange things, which she attributes to her old home.
"Things happen like lights going on where they weren't even plugged in," she adds. "My house that I live in now was built in 1882 and moved by trolley in 1912. And I hear footsteps a lot. Every one of my family has heard the footsteps."
She notes that Smokey Robinson had previously owned the home, and he even confronted her regarding the hauntings at an Oscars party this past year.
"He said, 'Oh, have you heard the footsteps yet?'" she recalled. "I did not need to hear that. I was like, 'I wanted to believe that I was imagining it.' But the funny thing is like, it feels safe. It's, like, a good experience."
Clarkson looked scary good during her Halloween episode, dressed as a vampire with pale makeup, "fangs," smoky eye makeup, and red "blood" dripping down her cheeks. She also wore a tight long-sleeved black dress and a matching choker, with long crimped hair.
"I love Halloween so much," Clarkson said at the beginning of the episode, after covering Olivia Rodrigo's "Vampire." "We are all different versions of vampires... I am Rock and Roll Vampire. That's what I'm claiming, 'cause we just went with it!"
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