"Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Kim Richards is "feeling phenomenal" since her release from rehab last week.
The reality television star was spotted out with her sister Kathy Hilton on Sunday while they attended the Weinstein Company Golden Globes after-party.
"I'm feeling phenomenal," Richards told a reporter from Life & Style who asked about her rehab experience.
Richards entered an undisclosed rehab facility in early December to treat substance abuse problems where she stayed through the holidays.
Hilton also commented on her sister's current status, telling US Weekly, "Kim is on her way. She is having a good time."
Her ex-husband, Monty Brinson, told the media that Richards entered rehab "so she could get better for herself, her children and her family."
The 47-year-old Bravo star apparently tried to leave rehab before her treatment had ended, according to an insider speaking to US Weekly in December.
"Kim's alcohol addiction along with other substance abuse problems has been obvious for quite some time," said the course close to Richards. Calling her "defiant," the insider continued, "It's really good that she's finally getting help."
Richards' other sister Kyle Richards who also stars on "Real Housewives," told The Huffington Post that she is "Really proud of her."
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Bravo's reality series are looking for new cast members to appear on "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."
Camille Grammar, a star on "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," told the news source that the network had not asked her to return to the show for the upcoming third season.
"Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" season two finale will air on Bravo Monday, Jan. 23.