What is it with former housewives not being able to leave the show in the past once they leave? Many housewives try to move on to different business ventures or try for their own spinoff. But a lot of them hang on to their housewives status with everything they have. Camille Grammer is no exception. She vowed she wouldn’t return for season 10, and to no surprise, she’s back! Even though she isn’t a full-time housewife anymore, Camille just can’t stay away from the drama.
Whether you like her or not, Camille has had so many iconic moments on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Now, she’s taking her pot-stirring ways to her social media. Camille spends a lot of time shading her former cast-mates on Twitter. So much so, that Teddi Mellancamp is apparently “frightened” by Camille’s excessive Twitter use. But now Camille is taking her shade to Instagram, and she didn’t disappoint.
We are three episodes into Season 10 of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Last week’s episode aptly titled “First Impressions, True Confessions” saw the women attending a dinner party at Kyle Richards’. Everyone went around to share their thoughts on one housewife in a very pageant-approved way. This was until we got to Sutton Stracke, who stopped the pleasantries in their tracks and told Teddi Mellencamp she thought she was going to be “boring.”
Sutton has been getting a lot of heat online. For praising manners and class while being rude herself (fair). For not being relatable or entertaining. The list goes on. Jackie Goldschneider, polarizing enough on her own, from Real Housewives of New Jersey even came out to share she is not a fan of Sutton. In the height of what feels like a smear campaign against Sutton, Lisa Rinna came forward recently to say that the show needed Sutton.
The Denise Richards drama continues to dominate Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. It seems like every day, another cast mate is coming out against her. I wonder if that has anything to do with Denise being a stand out fan favorite on her first season of the show. Either way, we are all well aware that Denise is going to be a key figure in this season’s story line. The women all seem fixated on whether or not she had an affair with Brandi Glanville. This is something Denise has denied over and over. Quite frankly, I don’t know why the women care so much. What goes on in Denise’s marriage and private life is her business. But I guess something had to happen this season so here we are.
Another major point of contention is that Denise refuses to talk about her issues on camera. We have seen the infamous trailer, where Denise shouts “Bravo” multiple times in an effort to stop filming. The other women of RHOBH, despite hiding their own skeletons, seem to take major issue with this one. But given how many lawsuits they’ve been hiding on their own, is it really fair?
From the moment he burst onto the screen back in 2016, Dorit Kemsley‘s husband PK Kemsley has been a polarizing figure on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. In fact, the term “polarizing” is undoubtedly a bit of an understatement.
Like the Simon Van Kempens, Slade Smileys and Jim Marcheses that came before him, the British talent manager quickly became infamous within the Housewives franchise for jumping into the fray with the women and, after seeing PK declare “I hope it’s not over, I love drama” in the Season 10 trailer, his fashionista wife is opening up in a new interview about just how in the mix her opinionated hubby gets this year.
Throw her to the wolves and the show will go on! Before Season 10 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills premiered, the big question on everyone’s mind was “How will the show survive without Lisa Vanderpump? (Well, the mind of every LVP fan, at least…) However, after three incredibly well-received episodes, the answer to that question seems to be “Quite well, thank you very much.”
In a new interview with Kyle Richards and Teddi Mellencamp, Andy Cohen opened up about why the show is working so well in its first LVP-free season.
Sutton Stracke has made quite the splash on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. We are only three episodes in and she has already proved to be someone worth talking about. Good or bad. So what have we learned about Sutton so far? As Lisa Rinna has told us (many times now), Sutton is rich rich. We get it, Rinna. Sutton likes couture clothing and will point that out to anyone. She is also big into manners, which became crystal clear in the last episode. Sutton practically threw a hissy fit over Kyle Richards not using place cards at her dinner party. Can you imagine!? But for someone so hellbent on proper manners, Sutton didn’t seem to mind telling Teddi Mellencamp to her face that she thought she would be boring. And then scoffed at Teddi being pregnant. As if someone who is pregnant could not be interesting. I know what you guys are going to say, Teddi is not, in fact, interesting. Ok, so Sutton might have a point, but it wasn’t a very polite one. Especially when it comes to trying to enjoy the company of new friends.
So it’s pretty obvious that Sutton is maybe not going to be a fan favorite. Is her bristling attitude why she was downgraded to a friend of instead of a full time cast member like we were all led to believe? Not sure. Sutton claims it’s because she didn’t show as much of her life as the producers would have liked but I’m not buying it. But with all the drama she’s bringing, it’s understandable that she’s ruffling a lot of feathers in Beverly Hills. Oh but not just Beverly Hills. Sutton has developed quite the reputation among housewives on the east coast too.
Looks like there is already big trouble brewing on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. We have all seen the trailer, full of shade and drama. There’s the whole Denise Richards and Brandi Glanville storyline that prompts Denise to stop filming. Kyle Richards and buddy Dorit Kemsley get into it next week. Before we even get to all that, the first three episodes of this season have really delivered.
New cast member Garcelle Beauvais made a recent appearance on Watch What Happens Live and had some comments of her own. She was asked by host Andy Cohen who has the largest ego and was the least welcoming of the cast. Garcelle immediately named Kyle. She didn’t even hesitate so we know how she really feels. Naturally, Kyle took issue with that and responded that she wished Garcelle would have confronted her directly instead. Because I’m sure Kyle would have taken it so well if Garcelle said it to her face. Kyle had plenty to say in response.
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is BACK. This week’s episode was so good for so many reasons. Everyone is talking about “friend of” (why is she not a full Housewife?) Sutton Stracke’s lack of manners and Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave’s inability to “be chill.” Don’t forget Denise Richard’s Big D*cked husband Aaron Phypers. Who’d have thought he would turn out to be a cancer-loving, self-healer? Or that he makes all his money by telling the Yolanda Hadid’s of the world that you can cure illness through sound amplification? This is the stuff we need!
This is the stuff you can’t write. It is the magic of having a cast free of Lisa Vanderpump’s Bobby Fischer-ing-manipulations. This is honest Beverly Hills-rich people-crazy talk and I’m here for it all! RHOBH doesn’t need LVP. They also don’t need to make up stories anymore. If this week’s episode proved anything, it’s that the truth is stranger than a fictional storyline. Andy Cohen even agrees!