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Carlton Gebbia and Joyce Giraud react to 'RHOBH'; both working on other shows

Fans of Carlton Gebbia and Joyce Giraud don't have to be too disappointed about their firings from "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" because both women may be returning to the small screen on their own shows. On Wednesday, May 28, Us Weekly reported that both women have been dropped from the hit show, after only having starred in it for one season. After the news broke, both women provided public reactions.

TV personality Carlton Gebbia attends Hollywood in Bright Pink presented by Life & Style, hosted by Giuliana Rancic at Bagatelle on October 9, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.
Photo by Ben Horton

Later on Wednesday night, Carlton attended the Hollywood premiere of "Maleficent" and spoke to E! News' Giuliana Rancic about the news. While Carlton said that she hasn't been officially notified by Bravo yet about the decision, if she has indeed been dropped, it's "a blessing in disguise" because it'll free her up to work with her husband. She revealed that her husband, David Gebbia, has "a project in the works, a reality show."

Carlton didn't provide more specific details on this reality show that her husband is working on, so it's not clear whether it's something that still has to be picked up by a TV network or is a done deal. It's also unclear whether this reality show will star her and her family.

Joyce Giraud also seems to be taking the news well. On Thursday, May 29, she sent a message to her fans via Twitter, thanking them for all of their support, which means the world to her, and assuring them that she's definitely reading all of their supportive tweets. While Carlton is just now contemplating working on another show, Joyce is already filming hers.

About a week ago, Joyce posted a photo of her on set. She wrote that she loves being on the set of her new show, making sure to include the hashtags "#real," "#fun" and "#happy," perhaps to show people what a contrast it is to filming "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." When a fan asked her when people will get to see her new show, Joyce replied, "very soon."

Now with Carlton Gebbia and Joyce Giraud gone, the two big questions viewers likely have arewho exactly will replace them and whether Lisa Vanderpump, whose only two allies last season were Carlton and Joyce, will return.

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