Camille Grammer: 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' is filled with 'even more drama and fighting'
Camille Grammer may have a smaller role this upcoming season of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” but she knows all about the drama that goes down.
“I am not sure how much I am in it,” she admitted to The Clicker of season three. “I definitely filmed a lot though, during the various events. You just never know how they are going to edit it.”
Even though Camille may not be featured as much as her co-stars new and old, she teased that season three is filled with “even more drama and fighting.”
With two new "Housewives" in the mix, the increased level of bickering may not be a huge surprise. Joining regulars Lisa Vanderpump, Adrienne Maloof, Taylor Armstrong, Brandi Glanville, and sisters Kim and Kyle Richards this season will be Yolanda H. Foster, a former model and wife of Grammy-winning songwriter David Foster; and real-estate agent Marisa Zanuck, wife of movie producer Dean Zanuck. (That’s right, no Dana Wilkey or her $25,000 shades this season.)
“With the (other women), it’s interesting to see how different alliances form. Friendships change and morph,” Camille told us. “Certain friendships really dissipate while others start. All of that really surprised me. It always does ... truly. But this time, it’s really shocking. Personally, I have no trouble with anyone. I love all the girls, I really do.”
Since the show launched, each season has been immersed in divorce – both on-screen and off. Camille and ex-hubby Kelsey Grammer’s marriage fell apart in season one. And in season two, viewers watched Taylor’s union disintegrate further while knowing that even before the season aired, her husband, Russell, committed suicide.
But don’t expect "RHOBH" stars Adrienne and Paul Nassif, who recently separated, to also reveal the drama of their split in season three.
“You are not going to see anything about their divorce,” Camille said. “Adrienne is private. I really feel for her. I went through this during the whole first season. I just want her to stay strong. She is a great mom and is really there for her children.”
As far as love lives go, viewers will likely get to meet Camille's boyfriend. "I think you will see me with my boyfriend," she told us. "He's a really great guy.
Camille also teased that she may return to the show full time next season.
“The producers and I kicked the idea around. Maybe ... it all depends. We will see how this season gets unveiled," she said. "It’s always a mutual agreement between myself, the producers and other cast members.”
She also has aspirations to host a reality TV series. “I have shot a couple of pilot presentations for different production companies," Camille said. "I would love to get into hosting! And I love to do something with my kids. But we will see what happens!”
Season three of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" premieres Monday, Nov. 5 at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
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