Camille Grammer and Adrienne Maloof were two of the original wives of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." However, their stints on the show haven't lasted as long as that of the other women, which include Lisa Vanderpump, Kim Richards, and Kyle Richards.
Following season two, Camille was unsure of returning to the series and after announcing her exit, she opted to instead return, but in a lesser role as a "friend of the Housewives." During season three, Camille continued on with her "friend" role, but left the series completely prior to the filming of season four.
Adrienne Maloof was an official wife all the way up until she refused to show up to the season three reunion show and was allegedly fired. During her last season with the show, Adrienne was targeted by her former friend, Brandi Glanville, who exposed her surrogate use with her boys. According to reports, only her close friends and family were aware of the surrogate use, and her boys hadn't yet been told.
Now, after one season without them, producers are considering having them back.
“Camille has always stayed friends with the ladies, and she was always popular on the show, she just didn’t want to do it anymore,” a show insider told Radar Online on March 12. “Adrienne is a completely different story. She had a really bad ending, especially with Andy [Cohen], BUT people have been reaching out to her to tell her that it would be great to have her back, especially after all of the drama with Lisa [Vanderpump] and Brandi [Glanville].”
Recently, both Camille and Adrienne have spoken out about the possibility of a return.
In Jan. 2013, Camille told a fan, "You never know," when asked about returning, and earlier this month, Adrienne said she would return to the show, but that there would have to be "a lot of money" involved and rules in place.