Fans of Kelsey Grammer's estranged ex-wife will be happy to hear that Camille Grammer is officially back on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills for season three.
Camille told E! News the production crew of the reality television show had morphed into her extended "dysfunctional" family and she missed all the other women too much to end her contract.
"I will be a part of production again," she said coyly. "I guess it was something I couldn't let go of."
Couldn't let go of? Interesting considering Camille flat out rejected Bravo's initial offer due to family privacy issues, claiming she wanted to focus on her kids and didn't want to expose every aspect of her life to the world anymore.
Also, Camille claimed the decision to leave was partially due to the fact she had no desire to stir up drama, which is a job requirement when on the Real Housewives.
Well, Bravo must have offered Camille the right sum of money as she's shooting again and assures us the "women really bring it [the drama]" and she plans to meet her new boyfriend, Dimitri Charalambopoulos' parents in Greece.
One question: Doesn't there seem to be too many housewives? The original six, Brandi Glanville and newbie Yolanda Hadid? How will they manage?