Camille Grammer may be leaving 'Housewives': Can the show survive without her -- and her drama?
How long do you think it will take Camille Grammer to blame everything on the editing?
It has to be coming, as Camille is reportedly -- and desperately -- seeking an out from the cast of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” our sister blog Ministry of Gossip reported today.
It would make perfect sense that Camille would want to leave a show where she quickly became the villain of the cast.
She has bragged endlessly about the spoils of her wealth. She whines about how hard it is to be a mother (who has four nannies on staff), how stressful it can be to design her estates (the half-dozen of them) and how she can't move to New York because the tiny apartment is so constraining (we saw it -- it’s huge). She introduced us to her good friend, the “Medium” Allison Dubois, who made quite an impression on Show Trackers (scroll down and read comments here).
Camille said she went on the show as a way to venture out of the spotlight of her now-ex-husband Kelsey Grammer, only to invoke his name and the clout it carries at any opportunity.
Camille’s rep has confirmed to Ministry of Gossip that she’s weighing whether or not to do a second season. The only peep out of Bravo is that they are concentrating on wrapping up this current season, which will be capped off with an “explosive” reunion special.
So for now, all we can do is chatter about Camille’s fate on the show, and the show’s fate if she leaves.
What was your favorite Camille Grammer moment this season? And do you think the show can survive without her and all her drama?
— Rick Rojas
Photo: Camille Grammer at a Bravo "Real Housewives" party poses with "Flipping Out's" Jeff Lewis. Photo credit: Isabella Vosmikova/Bravo.