Camille Grammer is finally confirming she won’t be returning to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills next season as she reveals in a stunning post that the decision about her future on the Bravo series was left up to Kyle Richards.
Just moments ago, Camille, who was a friend on the RHOBH last season, confirmed her exit from the series after a fan asked her if she would be coming back.
“I wasn’t asked back. It’s fine. I did my time on the show. And it’s Kyles show,” tweeted Camille on August 29.
Later, she implied that the RHOBH producers left the decision about her future on the show in Kyle’s hands.
“It was up to Kyle. I’m really fine,” added Camille. “After the reunion I didn’t want to come back. It was an awful experience.”
And when it comes to her biggest regret from season nine, it’s no surprise that it has to do with the controversial reunion taping in June. She agreed with a fan who felt the producers of the show used her for drama and ratings, and Camille also shared an update about her friendship with Lisa Vanderpump, making it clear they still keep in touch.
“Agreed,” said Camille to a fan who felt she should have skipped the reunion. “My biggest regret was showing up for the reunion. I talked to LVP about this yesterday.”
This series of tweets from Camille comes just hours after the Bravo network confirmed the addition of two new cast members to the RHOBH: actress Garcelle Beauvais and Lisa Rinna’s friend Sutton Stracke.
“What made the show work was the main cast being Lisa and Kyle. [Kyle] needed Lisa to balance her anxiety and keep it classy. Now [with] Teddi involved [Kyle] acts immature. It’s not good for the show,” she explained.
I’m happy not to be the sacrificial lamb.. it’s a relief. What made the show work was the main cast being Lisa and Kyle. KR needed Lisa to balance her anxiety and keep it classy. Now w/Teddi involved KR acts immature. It’s not good for the show. JMO
— Camille Meyer (@TheRealCamilleG) August 26, 2019
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 10 has officially begun filming and is expected to air early next year.
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