While Camille was featured in the just-released RHOBH trailer for the new episodes, she was not included in a full-time or part-time role and addressed the issue with a curious fan on Twitter after the preview’s release, admitting that she’s “disappointed” about not receiving a position on season 10 and revealing that a promise made to her has yet to be kept by production.
“How much are [you] gonna be on season 10 of [RHOBH]? I’m very sad [you’re] not a full time housewife this season 🙁 C’mon [Andy]!!!!” the fan wrote.
“Being that I showed up for the reunion and brought the drama I was disappointed that I wasn’t asked back until a couple of months into filming,” Camille replied. “I was [supposed] to do confessionals (interviews) but that has not happened. So, I don’t believe you will see much of me this season.”
Camille was first seen filming scenes with her RHOBH co-stars, including her fellow ex-housewives, Brandi Glanville, Kim Richards, Eileen Davidson, and Adrienne Maloof, in November of last year. Days later, she was involved in a Twitter feud with Brandi.
Camille was also involved in a social media dispute with Lisa Rinna after calling her out for publicly blasting Denise Richards for skipping the RHOBH season 10 reunion taping, but that wasn’t enough to secure her a full-time or part-time position on season 10.
“If the [RHOBH] filming was going so ‘great’ why did you have to bring back Camille, Brandi, Eileen AND Kim last minute? It couldn’t have been going that great?” the fan wondered.
“Because we try to bring them back pretty much every single year at some point,” Andy explained.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 10 premieres on April 15 at 8 p.m. on Bravo.
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