oddly boisterous paparazzi video that went viral last month.
“Watch What Happens Live” host Andy Cohen asked the “Real Housewives of Orange County” star Tuesday whether she had been a “smidge overserved” at Craig’s in West Hollywood, Calif., before her impromptu chat with photographers.
“What are you talking about, Andy?” Armstrong asked while sporting a noticeably shorter hairdo.
“You know, I cut my hair so they won’t recognize me when I leave Craig’s,” she quipped.
“Apparently two olives and a martini is not dinner.”
The Bravolebrity, 52, made headlines after putting on a bizarre show for the cameras outside the celebrity hotspot on Aug. 23.
Armstrong was joined by her husband, John Bluher, while she made a variety of wacky facial expressions and flailed her arms.
“I dress in orange for a reason, baby,” she was heard saying during the now-viral interaction.
“It’s about to get hot.”
The reality star stunned in a bold blood orange pantsuit, which she paired with a sequin top.
She added towering nude pumps and carried a pair of sunglasses as she flashed a toothy, Joker-esque smile for the shutterbugs.
Elsewhere in the clip, she bended her body toward the camera with a startled expression on her face while linking arms with Bluher.
“Pay more f–king attention to the news,” she told photogs with slightly slurred speech.
During her sit-down with Cohen, Armstrong also weighed in on her longtime pal Kyle Richards’ shocking split from husband Mauricio Umansky.
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“You know how much I love Kyle, and I want Kyle to be happy,” she said of her former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” co-star.
“I love them both so much, and I know that they’re always going to love each other. I want everyone to be happy. I’m so neutral on that whole issue.”
The duo became fast friends while appearing on “RHOBH” before Armstrong moved to Orange County.
Richards and Umansky, who said “I do” in 1996, announced in July that they were separating after 27 years of marriage.
“We both love and respect each other tremendously. … There has been no wrongdoing on anyone’s part,” they wrote in a joint Instagram statement.