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'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills': Producers to replace cast to improve ratings

Will Bravo bring back some old favorite housewives to ramp up ratings?
Will Bravo bring back some old favorite housewives to ramp up ratings?
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"Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" just came off one of it's lowest rated seasons and it looks like producers want to shake things up. In a bid to improve viewership and bring back some old fans, it looks like "RHOBH" might be bringing back some old stars too. On April 8, Mstarz reported on who may be staying and who may be leaving the set of "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."

There has been a lot of speculation this season about whether Lisa Vanderpump with return. She has said in a few interviews that she doesn't like the cat-fighting on the show. Lisa is locked into a horrible feud with Brandi Glanville and may not want the drama. She also has her own show "Vanderpump Rules, so quitting the show wouldn't put her completely out of the limelight.

Cartlton Gebbia is another "RHOBH" alum rumored to be leaving this season. Gebbia is the first known Wiccan to be part of any "Real Housewives" show and she never quite fit in with the other women. Her story line has started getting dull and the other women tend not to invite her along on their outings. Rumors have been circulating that Carlton has already been fired.

Brandi Glanville is the villain that everyone loves to hate. A petition was started to have Glanville booted off the show and Lisa has said she doesn't want to film any show with Glanville. That said, every show needs a villain, even "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" It would be rather surprising if Brandi were to leave the show. It might get too dull without her drama.

It has also been rumored that some familiar faces might be returning to the show. Faye Resnick has been rumored to be making a come back for some time now. Also rumored as possible to return are Adrienne Maloof and Camille Grammar.

Though no one has ever left "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" and then returned to the cast, it looks like that might change this year. Producers are looking to improve ratings and if it takes bringing back the favorite housewives, then that is what they are going to do.

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