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‘RHOBH’ stars fight for spot on the show and larger paychecks

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Lisa Vanderpump may have had a rough year, but it sounds like Bravo producers want to keep these fights going. It is no secret that Lisa and Brandi's fighting is what viewers are tuning in to see these days. And one can imagine many fans will tune in to see how the reunion will resolve things. According to a new Radar Online report published on Mach 10, “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Brandi Glanville is hoping to get a raise, while other housewives are fighting to stay on the show.

“Bravo loves the nucleus of these four women, even when they’re fighting with each other! They always bring drama and glamor to the show. The network has resolved that it wants to bring them back,” a source has revealed about the dynamic of Lisa Vanderpump, Kyle Richards, Brandi Glanville and Kim Richards. After Kim got sober, she has found her voice and she isn’t afraid to speak out now.

However, the show has been so painful to film that the cast is asking for more money for the upcoming season. “Just like the New York ladies, the Beverly Hills cast want more money and they’re hoping that because their ratings were so high this season, the network will buckle and pay them more,” said a source. “Lisa, Brandi and Kyle are all smart business women and they’re going to play hardball with the network,” dished an insider. “Brandi has said that she wants to make the $250,000 that the other women make, but they want even more this season. One problem with them banding together is that they all genuinely hate each other right now!”

Of course, Brandi is now a bestselling author twice, so she should be given just as much in money as the other women, especially since she is the focus of the show. The two new co-stars, Joyce Giraud and Carlton Gebbia, have not been asked back and they could be replaced unless Bravo decides to extend their contracts.

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