Camille Grammer Says Kyle Richards Is The Reason She’s Not Going To Be On “Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills” Anymore
There are two new Housewife regulars joining the cast of Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills, but neither of them is named Camille Meyer. The former Mrs. Grammer took to Twitter to lament not getting herself a new regular gig, especially after all that smoke she blew during the reunion episode where she lit every other woman up like a Christmas tree and may or may not have made an awkward racial remark. All that work for nothing?! And she’s saying that the reason she didn’t get the job is thanks to new head rich woman since Lisa Vanderpump is gone–Kyle Richards.
People says that 50-year-old Camille will not get to hold up that fake diamond in the intro package and talk shit about her friends for a paycheck–sorry girl, rough life. According to some now-deleted tweets, Camille is not going to be on the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills ever again and it’s all because of Kyle Richards.
“I wasn’t asked back. It’s fine. I did my time on the show. And it’s Kyles show.”
Apparently Kyle was given the choice to have Camille come back on the show or not by the producers, and Kyle was not having it:
“It was up to Kyle. I’m really fine. After the reunion, I didn’t want to come back. It was an awful experience.”
Reps for Bravo, Camille and Kyle all said nothing about this and Camille deleted the tweets, so she must have realized that if she wants to come back as a ‘friend of the housewives‘ and collect an easy check in the future she probably shouldn’t be burning those bridges.
Meanwhile two new rich women are showing up, including the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills first dose of black people through Garcelle Beauvais. Also joining the cast for the upcoming tenth season is Sutton Stracke who is your basic rich white woman with a twist: she’s a professional party planner who’s like really good at it, I guess?
Oh well, It’s too bad that Camille is off the show just when the first black girl has shown up. Now that we know Camille is fast-and-loose with the “mulatto” comments, that would have made for some provocative television.