Dream Come True! Adrienne Maloof and Camille Grammer Returning to RHOBH?


Jun. 30 2014, Published 4:55 p.m. ET

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What did you think of the last season of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills? It introduced two new ladies, but rumor has it that the rookies are out and two veterans are coming back in. Is this the change the show needs to surge in ratings again? Find out!

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Reports say that Adrienne Maloof and Camille Grammer, two of the original stars of the franchise, are considering coming back! Both left the show after the third season. New Beverly Hills housewives Carlton Gebbia and Joyce Giraud brought witchcraft and a ton of hair, respectively, to the hallowed franchise, but they still weren't super stars the likes of which RHOBH really needs. Out with the new, in with the old... as the saying goes.

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Adrienne and Camille have experienced loads of drama since leaving the show. Adrienne went through a truly nasty divorce from co-star (and now star of Botched) Dr. Paul Nassif that involved various restraining orders. Camille is being treated for endometrial cancer and was allegedly beaten by her boyfriend Dimitri Charalambopoulos while recovering.

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Do you hope Adrienne and Camille come back to RHOBH? Who is your favorite cast member? Did you like Joyce and Carlton? Tell us in the comments below or tweet us @OKMagazine.


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