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Camille Grammer is ‘Getting Back in the Game’ with Real Housewives Return

Camille Grammer from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

Camille Grammer is "getting back in the game" with The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills return. The controversial housewife who made her debut whilst married to comedian Kelsey Grammer is poised for her turn in the spotlight, letting fans know that there is a new housewife in town.

Camille starred on the hit show for the first two seasons of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and made quite an impression on fans. The former dancer and actress was apart of the first batch of main housewives. While the 51-year-old has made sporadic appearances in other seasons as "friend of the housewives" and as a guest, she will always be remembered for her air on entitlement.

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In a very ambiguous tweet on Wednesday, November 6th the California blonde revealed that she might be returning to the Bravo show. People reported that in her tweet she said that she will be getting “back in the game” and teased her followers with a winking and smiley face emoji, promising "diamond and drama" with her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills hashtag. Essentially the viewers gave her a standing ovation when they read the news as many fans believed that she should have never been let go from the show. Bravo nation tweeted in anticipation and support for Camille, with many of them saying that the show had been boring without her and Lisa Vanderpump. See Camille's tweet below:

During the summer on August 29th, the reality star revealed that she was not asked back for season 10. During multiple tweets that have since been deleted from her profile, Camille accused fellow co-star, Kyle Richards of hindering her return. Camille went on to tweet that she had done her time on the show and evidently it was Richards show now. Camille had a bad reunion experience, with all the women attacking her for her lackadaisical comments about having to stay in a hotel during the Malibu fires. The reality star stormed off set after she accused Bravo and the other housewives, Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave, Dorit Kemsley, Denise Richards, Lisa Rinna, and Erika Girardi of setting her up.  The women all thought that Camille had been erratic in her attitude when it came to interacting with them because she steadfastly defended Vanderpump.

While Camille did express that she felt that she was being forced to jump on the bandwagon went it came to not liking Vanderpump, she also did not help herself by delivering a hollow apology. The news that the Bravo personality may be returning to the show brings fans hope of an interesting 10th season that does not just center around Richards and her issues. The new season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is set to premiere in 2020.

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Source: People, Camille Meyer

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