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The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills - Season 7

Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills is returning, and they’re ready to turn the page to a new chapter! A chapter that reads as everything is bigger and better in the BH: the boob jobs, the bickering, the houses, and the vacations! But best of all – the drama!

After last season’s downer of a Housen-Mousen mess, season 7 welcomes back Lisa Vanderpump, Lisa Rinna, Kyle Richards, Erika Girardi, and yes – Eileen Davidson. This season the chaos seems light-hearted and fun, with plenty of sparkles and rose, and arguing over social slights and improper etiquette. No panties at a party?! Quelle horreur!

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Yolanda Foster decided not to return in order to focus on Lyme, and for that we applaud her. After all, her health is most important. Plus, I need my Housewives with daily glam squads!

Kim Richards will be back in a limited role to defend her drink-addled honor, but the cast also welcomes two brand new fabulous ladies: Dorit Kemsley and Eden Sassoon. Luckily there’s nary a Brandi Glanville in sight! Whew!

The ladies will travel to Mykonos and Mexico (are they’re also going to Hong Kong), there will be plenty of lavish parties with fabulous costumes and a heaping dose of shade. Things are also back in their rightly place with LVP controlling the board, smoothly and unflappably, as she seems to be getting along with everyone. Yes, even Lipsa! Meanwhile Kyle and Lipsa are back to arguing over Kim.

However, the major drama seems to be between Erika and Dorit, who do not get along at’tall. It seems not everyone feels the love for patting the puss. There’s also Lipsa meltdown (or three), and a Camille Grammer sighting.

We’re ready – are you!?

Photos are below. You can watch the ultra-fabulous trailer here.

Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills returns Dec 6 at 9/8c

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[Photo Credit: Richie Knapp/Bravo]

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