The second season of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” has been eventful, controversial, depressing and tumultuous, all at the same time. And while Bravo seems to be enjoying the super-drama of the season, it looks like they’ll be casting their net wide for cast members for its third season, at least according to Camille Grammer.
Grammer talked to The Huffington Post and told them that she’d like to return to the show but hasn’t been asked back for a third season as yet. “I guess they decided who they want and I guess they are going to start casting, looking for new housewives,” she told HuffPost. “They told me they were going to start looking so it wasn’t behind my back. They were like, ‘Sorry we are doing a big casting call.’ I was like, ‘Thanks.'” Kyle Richards also expressed an interest in returning.
She did acknowledge how uncomfortable the scenes depicting the unraveling of Russell and Taylor Armstrong‘s marriage were to watch, but was happy to see the audience stick with the show.
What’s puzzling about this story is why Grammer wouldn’t be asked back. Is it because she’s actually in a relatively peaceful place — at least in front of the cameras — after her contentious divorce from Kelsey Grammer? She seems to be the calming force and voice of reason in the group this season, and has kept herself away from most of the chaos. Maybe that’s why the phone has been silent; she provided plenty of drama in season one, but not enough in season two to have the Bravo folks want her back. Maybe she needs to get married and divorced again…
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