Could “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” original cast members Adrienne Maloof and Camille Grammer be planning a return to the show? It seems farfetched, especially given Maloof’s headline-making exit from the Bravo reality series, but producers reportedly want the dramatic duo back in attempt to keep the hit show's ratings up, Radar Online revealed on March 12.
A show insider told the celeb gossip site that Grammer left the show on her own, but has remained pals with the cast members. Maloof, however, had a falling out with several of the ladies and Bravo host Andy Cohen, who slammed her after she skipped the Season 3 reunion taping last March.
During the reunion show, Cohen expressed frustration at Maloof’s no-show status and refusal to clear the air regarding a controversial leaked family secret that became part of the show’s storyline. He announced, “Adrienne won’t be here to tell her side of the story. Not only is she absent tonight, but she won’t be on the show next season. Adrienne Maloof’s final act as a Housewife was NOT showing up tonight.”
“RHOB” veteran Lisa Vanderpump told E Online she had no idea why Maloof missed the reunion. "You'll have to ask her,” she said. “I know she says a lot about me in the press, and I try not to reciprocate and say anything about her. It's safer that way.”
In a blog post last year, Maloof made it seem like her exit from the show would be permanent: "The show served as a wonderful platform for all the amazing projects that I have in the works,” she wrote. “I am forever grateful to my fans, thank you for your support, and stay tuned!"
“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" airs on Mondays on Bravo.