Camille Grammer

Dorit Kemsley

Now that Dorit Kemsley has one season of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills under her belt, she might as well capitalize on the show’s exposure by launching her own products during her second season. PK Kemsley’s management fees from Boy George can’t solely fund that glam squad.

Before Dorit became a Housewife she was a swimwear designer and now she’s back at it with a new line. We all saw that business meeting (before she was late for drinks with Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave)  where she proclaimed that “red is having a moment” right now. Apparently it wasn’t that big of a moment since the line is lacking some bright, red swimwear at the moment. Nevertheless, she does have some pieces inspired by her time on the show.

Kyle Richards

Sigh. Does no one understand Kyle Richards? It is so hard to be Kyle Richards. She is the most loyalist, kindest, most sincerest, genuinest, funnest, friendest friend on Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills but no one appreciates her. Especially not Lisa Vanderpump, who quite literally could hand Kyle her heart on a silver platter and Kyle would insist Lisa was lying while actually giving her a dog turd. OK maaaaaaybe that’s a bit dramatic, because LVP can also be frigid and oblique, but last night she really did, in her own way, hand Kyle her heart. Let’s see what Kyle does with it!

The ladies are still in NYC and Kyle continues to terrorize with her meltdowns. These people already have Kanye West and his fashions – don’t do this to him! On the way to the Malaaaaan Bretaaaawn show where Camille Grammer‘s daughter Mason is playing model for the day, no one spoke in the car. NO ONE. Even Lisa Rinna‘s mindless chatter couldn’t open the floodgates of argument.

Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave: Dorit Kemsley “Can’t Keep Saying Things About Everybody” & “Twisting The Situation To Be About Herself”

Even though this is only Dorit Kemsley’s second season on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, the show has turned into The Dorit Show. Almost every story line this season starts with Dorit stirring the pot and twisting up information. As frustrating as she’s been, she has been the driving force behind this season. Let’s be honest: if it wasn’t for Dorit, there would be nothing to talk about.

One person who is so not here for Dorit’s nonsense is Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave. I completely understand, but if I was Teddi, I would be grateful to have Dorit as an enemy because it means I would win every single poll on Watch What Happens Live and almost every viewer would be on my side.

Dorit apologizes to Camille

The best part about the return of Dorit Kemsley for a second season on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is the return of Season 1 Camille Grammer. Yes, Camille appeared on the show plenty of times since Season 2 – her last season as a full-time cast member – but it just wasn’t the same.

Now, Camille is done holding back and she is here to shade Dorit and put her in check, unlike Lisa Vanderpump who is under Dorit’s faux British spell. Even Kyle Richards was on board with Dorit at first, until she got caught in the cross hairs herself. Just like Erika Girardi, Camille has seen through all the bull shit that Dorit brings to the table and she’s not afraid to call her out.

Kyle Richards shocked

Alright so this is a cold day in hell because last night’s Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills had me feeling sorry for Kyle Richards. I was also Lisa Rinna bellowing across a bar “What happened?!” cause seriously I’d like to know how we got to the hot mess express and threw Kyle under?! Also, I am warning you: I have nothing nice to say about Dorit Kemsley.

The ladies are in NYC for Fashion Week and because Dorit has achieved the meteoric accomplishment of landing the cover of a magazine no one would’ve heard about were it not for Lisa Vanderpump previously landing a cover there. If you recall when LVP had her Bella Magazine party it ignited apology-gate with Eileen Davidson, and after Kyle and Dorit’s disastrous issues last night, it appears to me that Bella Magazine is bad luck for Real Housewives. It is better to be cover-less than covered in bad friendships!

Camille Grammer and Teddi Mellencamp

The Camille Grammer that we “met” during Season 1 of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is back on our television screens. Well, at least the aspects that made for amazing TV.  She’s left the negative attributes in the past. This time around, Camille is on the right side of history (i.e. putting Dorit Kemsley in check) and it is everything.

Camille is back on her game and new cast member Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave is adjusting to the Housewife life. They both joined Andy Cohen in the clubhouse to discuss all of the latest Beverly Hills drama during their joint appearance on Watch What Happens Live.

Dorit TattleTales To Erika

‘Money Can’t Buy You Class’ – that’s certainly the case with Erika Girardi and Dorit Kemsley. There are some Real Housewives friendships I relish and delight in, and there are others, like these two, that fill you with a certain disingenuous dread (think Gretchen and Tamra). On last night’s Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills, Dorit crossed one friend to try and secure another. And the worst part – despite copious warnings, she seemed oblivious! Like when the signs read: “Don’t swim! Shark invested waters” yet you you dive right in.

Actually the worst part is that after all the bickering between herself, Lisa Vanderpump, and Kyle Richards they all managed to have a rip-roaring, super wedgie-tastic, twerking good time getting drunk and silly at Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave‘s beach house. It was the perfect way to bond these girls and put all the bad blood behind them, then DORIT ruined it all! Dorit and her mouth. Can someone stuff a designer sock in it? PeeeeeeeKaaaaaay?

Lisa Vanderpump

Last night’s Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills led to yet another issue between Kyle Richards and Lisa Vanderpump about defining the boundaries of their friendship. I see both sides of this argument. I’d also like to remind them that in the middle of their bickering is a little follicle-ly unstable blonde woman named Dorit Kemsley, who cannot and will not stop talking shit about everyone she calls a friend.

Actually last night everyone (*except Dorit*) was more human. I credit Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave‘s influence. She’s chill, relaxed, absent of pretense, and despite being publicly scolded and denigrated over inappropriate stemware application, she STILL invited everyone to her ‘beach cottage’ for a potluck. Something about casseroles and dips puts everyone in a ‘let’s get real’ mood. Huddled around Teddi’s kitchen island, surrounded by pita chips served from Pottery Barn dishes, the women all showed their vulnerable and softer roots as opposed to their usual Febreezed exterior.