If you hear the sound of shrieking and the corks from rosé champagne bottles popping, you aren’t having a one-percenter heart attack. It just means filming is taking place for the next season of Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills. That show has been going on for years, but one thing that has been missing is the shit-stirring Camille Grammer in a full-time role. In her first year, Camille alternated between having her medium come to dinner just to tear Kyle Richards to shreds with her ghostly connections and fake dry-humping on the married Tennis Nick– all while patting her hair as lady of the Frasier manner. Unfortunately for Camille, husband Kelsey Grammer was away actually humping on the flight attendant who later became his wife and made him get her name tatted above his wiener. The Grammers were fun, y’all, and it looks like Camille is back! She got remarried over the weekend, and of course the cameras were there.
People says Camille put those Club MTV moves to good use when she shimmied down the aisle into the arms of her new husband, attorney David Meyer. I tease, as she was walked down the aisle by her son Jude while daughter Mason served as a bridesmaid. Camille could have just strutted down a staircase from the #getmoneybitch heavens considering how much Frasier and real estate cash she made from her divorce with Kelsey, but I guess she took the more mortal option. Things have certainly changed, as Kyle ended up being a bridesmaid while Dorit Kemsley (who Camille gave a ball gag to last year as a way to say, “Plz STFU”), Teddi Mellencamp, and Lisa Rinna were in attendance.
One person who wasn’t there was fellow OG housewife Lisa Vanderpump. LVP has been rumored to be on the outs with the other ladies since picking a fight with her is how most of the rest buoy themselves into a contract renewal. Lisa also tweeted this out which some took as a dig to Camille’s big day:
— Lisa Vanderpump (@LisaVanderpump) October 21, 2018
People, however, says Lisa is still getting over the untimely death of her brother, and getting on a long-ass flight to Hawaii with a bunch of middle-aged drunks with a penchant for drama isn’t exactly known as a productive grieving process. Even Camille chimed in and said there’s no beef. Lisa even gave her advice and was apologetic about being a no-show:
“She encouraged me to take a leap of faith on this journey.She really did. She told me, ‘You’ve got to take a leap!’”
That’s Camille talk for, “I saw what Andy Cohen did to me for picking fights in the first season, and I’m not about to go through that shit again!”