We didn’t get to see a lot of Camille Grammer this season on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Under the neon pink glow of bitchiness, Kyle Richards welcomed Camille to her home for a fundraiser, but she was largely absent from communicating with the group. Probably because the majority of cast members know ‘ol Cammy has no shits to give and will poke the bear just for kicks.
This is why many viewers appreciated Camille’s time on RHOBH. She was the only one to try and get dirt on Dorit Kemsley’s sketchy wallet. She called Lisa Rinna a hypocrite for fueling the Brandi Glanville and Denise Richards
farce drama. And Camille never took any of Kyle’s crap. Now Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave is on deck. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the return of Camille 007.
This week, a Twitter feud was lit on fire by Camille. All In By Teddi, was grilled on the health benefits and if it’s a medically safe weight-loss practice. Us Weekly has the details. The tweet that started it said, “@BravoTV @Andy your girl Teddi is getting exposed on Instagram for her scam starvation company. Having women starve themselves by eating 500 calories a day is unethical. If she needs a storyline next season, holding her accountable for this is a good option.” Camille saw this with her shit-stirring eye and responded, “It’s suspect.” Shots. Fired. But don’t worry, Kyle was right there to defend her package deal.
Kyle wrote, “Camille, you really need to move on and get a life.” Oh, should Camille spend her days accusing people of things with no proof and doing Priscilla Presley cosplay on her off hours? Kyle also added, “Teddi has helped so many people and changed their lives. What are you doing every day? Tweeting about RHOBH?”
A follower questioned Kyle’s sanity. “That’s your response Kyle!?! 500 calories a day, 1 hour of cardio and shaming text messages. Are you out of your mind woman?!? That is a recipe for an eating disorder. You stand behind your friend promoting an eating disorder?!?” Didn’t Kyle suffer from an eating disorder? Only eating six almonds a day because she was advised to lose weight for a show? Shouldn’t she at least be concerned that people are questioning Teddi’s
When Teddi’s qualifications were challenged, Camille wrote, “I don’t know? Is she certified?” Well Kyle, IS SHE CERTIFIED??? Teddi says she’s certified, but someone provided a screenshot from her website. It states, “Our coaches do not carry any fitness, medical, or health certifications…” Kyle? Are you still here? Fun fact, if you perform a quick Google search on the benefits of a 500-calorie-a-day diet, it says, “You should only conduct a 500-calorie diet under a doctor’s close supervision. Though you may lose weight, you are at risk of malnutrition, which can cause many health problems.”
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Kyle lobbed another ball at Camille by saying, “You befriend whoever you think will get you a [diamond]. Talk about a mean girl.” Did Kyle just call someone a mean girl? Kyle who definitely never stole her sister’s goddamned house? Kyle who, without proof or confirmation, accused her BFF Lisa Vanderpump of leaking a story to Radar that ultimately lead to her quitting the show? The same Kyle that participated in the relentless damning of Denise because the ALWAYS RELIABLE Brandi claimed they had sex? Sure, Jan.
Teddi then hopped on Instagram to defend herself and her
pyramid scheme business. “I am so incredibly proud of the over 15,000 lives we have helped changed,” she said. “I 100 percent feel confident in the fact that we let you know before signing up, exactly what the program entails. If it’s something that you want to do and you want us to hold you accountable to your goals, we are there to do that for you. If it’s not something you want to sign up for, you don’t. That’s why I love that we are very transparent from the beginning. We believe in you. We will fight for you and we know that the best is yet to come.” Cool, but why do people have to sign an NDA to join?
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While Teddi has testimonials of success on her website, a two-week “jumpstart” program will cost $599. Then you advance to the more reasonable (?) monthly program of $399 for four weeks. Basic math tells me 15,000 (clients) paying one fee of $399 alone is about $5,985,000. That’s a lot of loot to have people send photos and tell them to eat a leaf of lettuce with a red onion in it. We’ll see if further investigation will go into All In By Teddi and if she will be held accountable for it next season.
TELL US- WHAT DO YOU THINK OF TEDDI’S BUSINESS? DO YOU MISS CAMILLE? SHOULD TEDDI BE CALLED OUT BY HEALTH PROFESSIONALS?
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