Camille Lamb reacted to Ben Willoughby’s flame with new stew Leigh-Ann Smith, which occurred while he was still communicating with Camille. She also revealed if she and Ben are still together, and she confirmed there will be no reunion for Below Deck season 10.
The stew, who was fired by Captain Sandy Yawn amid her feud with co-star Alissa Humber, reacted to Leigh-Ann calling her a “dumb blond American.” Camille then explained that she recently “exchanged some words” with Alissa after filming.
Following the latest episode, Camille shared a video on Instagram to address the Below Deck drama.
“They’re still talking about me [on the show]!” exclaimed Camille, who claimed it’s “flattering” that her name is still in castmates’ mouths.
Regarding Ben’s new fling, Camille shared her belief that “young men” do similar things in his situation.
“What? Are they gonna tell a girl no? … I’m not mad at the boy,” said Camille, who emphasized that Ben is a “boy.”
She suggested Leigh-Ann “tempted” Ben because she was “super into” him. “What’s a young man gonna do? Turn her down? No. So, I mean, it is what it is.”
Camille shared that she and Ben spoke “recently,” but she gave a firm “no” when asked by a fan if she and Ben were still together.
The stew also clapped back at Leigh-Ann for calling her a “dumb blond American.”
“I didn’t appreciate what she said about being a dumb blond American,” said Camille. “I’ve done a lot in life that a dumb person probably couldn’t do … but I do have a poor vocabulary. Like I’m that person that’s gonna make up a word and convince you that it’s a real word.”
She claimed she still works in yachting, and she did indeed go “on the vacation with Ben,” which was a lot of “fun” and lasted 10 days.
The star confirmed there will be no reunion, and she’s “so upset” about it as she was planning to “pop off.” According to the stew, she won’t appear next season.
“If I got asked back on the show, I would a hundred percent do it,” she clarified, and she suggested she wouldn’t have been fired if Alissa wasn’t on the show.
Camille also said she and Alissa had a recent “conversation” and “exchanged some words,” but they ultimately came to an “agreement” as they both shared the “trauma bond” of being fired.
She called Alissa “beautiful and delusional.”
Below Deck airs Monday nights at 8 p.m. EST on Bravo.
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