Lisa Vanderpump says she hasn't quit "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." The 58-year-old denied reports she left the show ahead of Season 9 while attending her Vanderpump Dog Foundation gala Thursday in Los Angeles. "I am in the show," she told Entertainment Tonight on the red carpet. "I have not quit, and if I did quit, it wouldn't just be a leaked story. I would be upfront, and I have a lot of loyalty to the production company and the network." Vanderpump shared similar sentiments with People at the event. "If I had quit, I would have said it," the star said. "I've never had a problem with kind of coming forward, speaking my mind." "I am in this season," she added. "Obviously there are some parts I missed and you'll see why. I think maybe we'll have a better understanding when you watch the show." "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" Season 9 will premiere in 2019. Vanderpump said her future with the series for Season 10 and beyond is unclear. "It's like saying am I going to a Christmas party next year. You don't know, do you?" she explained. "If the timing was right and I felt good about it, sure." E! News reported Wednesday Vanderpump will leave "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" after Season 9. The television personality has starred on the show since its premiere in October 2010.