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Bravo officially announces 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' lineup and premiere date

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Lest you think there’d ever be a “Real Housewives” hiatus in your life, think again! Bravo is taking viewers into the zany, palm tree-lined world of rich women ( or “woman,” if you’re Danielle Staub) in Beverly Hills. Vivian Ward, your strut down Rodeo Drive will now be considered child’s play. The network officially announced Wednesday the bevy of ladies of the newest edition to the franchise (but if you're a ShowTracker reader, you're already familiar with the names).

Meet “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”:

Taylor Armstrong: The Oklahoma native who now runs a consulting firm is having marriage troubles. But nonmarital bliss isn’t keeping her from throwing  extravagant $50,000 birthday parties for her 4-year-old daughter.

Camille Grammer: Yep, she’s the soon to be ex-wife of actor Kelsey and she promises to not speak of her divorce. (Right!) Her hobbies, according to the news release, include “dancing, skiing, paddle boarding, tennis, hiking, and collecting rare first edition books, such as Pride and Prejudice, Works of Byron 1833, The Sound and the Fury, and the works of William Faulker and Roald Dahl.” (Oh, that Faulker, he's a rare treasure!) I guess having four nannies allows for a lot of reading time?

Lisa Vanderpump:  D.C.’s Kat isn’t the only one with a British accent anymore! Vanderpump is a British designer and restaurant owner who moved to Beverly Hills five years ago. More important, she wears a lot of pink (a lot) and is slightly obsessed with her dog Giggy.

Kim Richards: This former “Disney Girl” appeared in films like “Escape to Witch Mountain” and "No Deposit, No Return.” We hear crickets. She’s also a mother of four … and an aunt to Paris Hilton. Enough said. Wait. We spoke too soon. She’s also the older sister to fellow housewife Kyle Richards.

Kyle Richards: She's also an aunt to Paris and Nicky Hilton — she must be if she believes “If you obey all the rules, you'll miss all the fun." And she’s also an “actress,” with credits that include “The Watcher in the Woods” and “Down to Earth.” Again with the crickets.

Adrienne Maloof: A resident of Beverly Hills for 15 years, she’s one of those Maloofs — the dynasty with an enterprise that includes the Sacramento Kings and the Palms Resort in Las Vegas. And it looks like the Albuquerque-raised housewife  doesn’t have to go far to keep up her appearance; she’s married to prominent Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Paul Nassif. Oh, and she has three sons ages 7 and younger.

Check out a preview of the season, which is slated to premiere Oct. 14 at 9 p.m.:

ShowTrackers, are you excited for this latest installment in the “Houswives” franchise? What do you think of the new crop of women? The ladies of Atlanta had peaches. New York had apples. Orange County had, uh, oranges. What should the ladies of Beverly Hills be holding in the opener?

--Yvonne Villarreal

twitter.com/villarrealy

Photo:  Taylor Armstrong, left, Camille Grammer, Lisa Vanderpump, Kyle Richards, Kim Richards, Adrienne Maloof. Credit: Bravo

Video credit: Bravo

 
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Please remove Camille for this show, When I first start to watch it how great it felt to see this all beautiful house wife, I was so tired of all the other house wife fight.
But now it is truing to be the worst with Camille. worst of all the house wife put together, how disappointing is this, people out there is watch there is a person out there like her, when she has all this house and money, but most of all two beautiful children, when she look at her children it would have remind her to be kind and to other people special other mothers with children. then I don't know how this women can be a normal human-being. This is relay terrible to sit down in my home and see this women (Camille) is part of this show. She really need help, the money she has, she did not grow up with it and not earn it, so she is really using this to turn the other women life miserable. She should really go.

Did you mean William Faulkner ? Who writes this crap?

I am so sick of Camille, shes such a WHINNER, SHUT UP CAMILLE, AGREE TO DISAGREE WITH KYLE AND LET IT GO, YOU AREN'T ANYONE WITH OUT KELSEY SORRY FOR YOUR LUCK!!!THINK ABOUT IT YOU WOULDN'T HAVE EVEN BEEN ABLE TO BE ON THE SHOW WITH KELSEY JUST FACE IT. I think all you women could take some pointers from Lisa and Adrienne, they seem to keep their cool more than anyone. But I think that if you piss either one of them off, they would cut ya!! Ladies take some lessons from Lisa & Adrienne, they are real classy acts.

1st Love the show. 2nd, if you don't have anything nice to say, say nothing, it's a t.v. show, not The State of the Union, go read The Wall Street Journal or something.

This show is my guilty pleasure. I'm not interested in the other cities' Housewives, but I like the Beverly Hills edition. It's kind of addicting. And the views they show of L.A. are just gorgeous.

 
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