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Is Adrienne Maloof headed back to ‘RHOBH’ and is Lisa Vanderpump leaving?

Adrienne Maloof left “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” last season after a falling out with former friend Lisa Vanderpump and a revelation by Brandi Glanville that she and then-husband Dr. Paul Nassif used a surrogate. But is Adrienne Maloof ready to return to “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”?

Is Adrienne Maloof headed back to ‘RHOBH’ and is Lisa Vanderpump leaving?
Is Adrienne Maloof headed back to ‘RHOBH’ and is Lisa Vanderpump leaving?
Photo by David Buchan/Getty Images
Is Adrienne Maloof headed back to ‘RHOBH’ and is Lisa Vanderpump leaving?
Is Adrienne Maloof headed back to ‘RHOBH’ and is Lisa Vanderpump leaving?
Photo by David Buchan/Getty Images

According to a Feb. 28 report by TooFab, when asked Maloof laughed and said, “You’d have to pay me a lot, a lot of money to go back, really, seriously.” Maloof said that if Andy Cohen offered her “all the tea in China” and serious, strong rules were put into place, anything is possible.

What those rules might be is unknown. With new cast members Joyce Giraud and Carlton Gebbia rumored to be out for the next “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” season and Lisa Vanderpump rumored to be feeling pushed out, would Adrienne Maloof consider coming back? After her battle with Brandi Glanville that involved some sort of legal action, fans wonder what the “serious strong rules” would need to be put in place. Would producers have to guarantee that Maloof and Glanville would not film together? Would Brandi Glanville be issued a gag order stating she could not speak about Maloof’s children or divorce from Dr. Paul Nassif? It remains to be seen if Adrienne Maloof will return to “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”.

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