Camille Grammer is officially quitting Bravo's "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." The ex-wife of actor Kelsey Grammer actually decided to leave the show full time after the second season but she had agreed to make appearances on season three, mainly because she was attending a lot of the events that her friends (who are still on the show) were hosting anyway. Well, on March 1, Gossip Cop confirmed that Camille will not be appearing in season four at all -- and she won't be doing the reunion show. She is done.
"The reality star has reportedly quit the series and will not participate in future seasons or an upcoming reunion special, according to multiple outlets," Gossip Cop reported on Friday.
Camille Grammer has become a "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" favorite over the past three seasons. While fans were totally bummed to hear that she wouldn't be on the show as much this season, it now seems that no one will be able to get their Camille-TV-fix.
The cast in general seems to be falling apart. Other "housewives" may not return -- including Adrienne Maloof and Taylor Armstrong. For some of these women, their lives need to go back to normal and they don't want cameras following them around any more. For others, negative backlash has them wanting out. As for Camille, she has been craving for some privacy following her divorce and cutting back on the show wasn't enough apparently.
Camille Grammer and the other "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" have definitely grown on fans. She will be missed -- and love or hate the others, the dynamic of the show will undoubtedly change without them. Will it be for the better? That remains to be seen.
© Effie Orfanides 2013