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Camille Grammer, Adrienne Maloof return to ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’

Camille Grammer
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Camille Grammer and Adrienne Maloof may be coming back to the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” next season. TMZ reports on Monday that the two reality stars have decided to return and help improve the ratings for the show. Bravo has allegedly tried to convince Grammer and Maloof to come back for months because of concerns about the upcoming season not attracting enough viewers.

Both Grammer and Maloof left the reality program under negative circumstances, so there are doubts about them coming back. Grammer was actually fired by Bravo while Maloof allegedly left on her own amid rumors that she was also fired. However, the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” will need to improve to attract viewers next season, so they may be the answer to the problem.

Carlton Gebbia will not be returning next season, so her absence creates room for new cast members to appear. Bravo is allegedly interested in using Grammer and Maloof on a part-time basis instead of giving them the same amount of screen time as Kyle Richards or Brandi Glanville. The former housewives may appear in a limited number of episodes to add drama as it is needed for ratings.

Although Grammer and Maloof have not confirmed their return, it is clear that at least one of them is still paying attention to Bravo and the reality shows. Grammer admitted on Twitter that she was watching the “Real Housewives of Orange County” and felt bad for one of the cast members. This has led some fans to believe that she has an interest in appearing on Bravo again despite her past problems. Meanwhile, both Grammer and Maloof attended Richards’ white party which the network filmed for the upcoming season. It seems that the former housewives are not letting go of their past relationships on the show.

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