Back in March we learned that original castmember Camille Grammer would NOT be returning for the forthcoming third season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Depending on the spin you believe, Camille either decided not to return or Bravo decided not to invite her back. Today we learn that Camille may not be done with The Real Housewives after all. Apparently, Camille will appear on a few episodes thruout the season … only she won’t be a series regular. Still, Camille fans can look forward to her return to the show … as limited as it may be.
Guess Camille Grammer couldn’t say farewell to the drama forever! A source confirms to E! News that Grammer, who left her role as a series regular on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills earlier this year, is heading back to the reality show … Our source tells us Grammer is doing cameos for next season, including an appearance at Kyle Richards’ birthday party, which she attended this past weekend. Over the coming weeks, Kelsey Grammer’s ex-wife is expected to continue to shoot scenes for next season. Last month, Grammer refuted claims that she’d been fired as a Real Housewives regular. “I didn’t want to expose my personal life so much anymore,” she explained. “I had done that and was over that. I care very much for my family and children, and that show tends to take me away from them. I really want to focus on them right now.” Looks like this way, she gets the best of both worlds.
HMMM … yes, this sounds like the perfect solution. I’m hearing that Brandi Glanville, who appeared on the last season of RHOBH as a supporting castmember, has been elevated to series regular (ie. she’s a bonafide Real Housewife now). With Camille as a supporting castmember their roles have reversed. In the end, tho, it really doesn’t matter. If Camille is featured on the show next season as Brandi was featured last season, it’ll be like she never left. I have to say, I’m glad Camille will be coming back to the show … in any capacity. She totally grew on me last season, I can’t wait to see her on the show again.