Following Camille’s Twitter confirmation on Wednesday, a new report has revealed how the cast has responded to the news and explained why producers of the series chose to bring Camille back, despite having reportedly decided to leave her out of the upcoming episodes when production began months ago.
“It’s fair to say that the remaining ladies from last season are not looking forward to having to film with Camille,” a production insider explained to Hollywood Life on November 7. “None of them have spoken to her since the reunion filmed. Things got really bad after that between the cast and Camille.”
During the RHOBH season nine reunion, Camille butted heads with nearly all of her co-stars, including Dorit Kemsley, who she had previously called out for having money issues, and Teddi Mellencamp, who she accused of being “up [Kyle Richards]’s a*s.”
“Nobody is friends with her, so they feel she doesn’t really fit in naturally,” the source continued.
While Bravo TV added Garcelle Beauvais and Sutton Stracke to the cast in August in hopes of revamping the show after Lisa Vanderpump‘s exit, the footage captured thus far for season 10 has allegedly been lackluster.
“All of the ladies are getting along, and they knew Camille would spice things up a bit which the show desperately needs right now. It’s been really, really boring as everyone is getting along,” the insider explained. “There was not a plan to bring back Camille Grammer to RHOBH until recently because things have been slow.”
“The producers thought Garcelle would have trouble getting along with certain cast members because she’s got such a strong personality, but that’s not the case,” the source continued. “The ladies are all getting along great and there hasn’t been a single fight yet. They know that’ll change with Camille coming back. Camille is great for TV and drama.”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 10 will air sometime next year on Bravo TV.
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