When does Real Housewives of Beverly Hills start? Seriously – where’s the trailer? Some of us are dying for it! Last season was such a snooze. The point of manufacturing drama is to get people to enjoy watching the show and not fall asleep, right? So, I can’t believe that I’m actually looking forward to this season of RHOBH. We have new cast members Sutton Stracke and Garcelle Beauvais. This is awesome because Bravo is finally desegregating this franchise by including women of color on shows with all rich white women. Now that Lisa Vanderpump is gone, we have Brandi Glanville fighting for her life to be on the show! Cannot. Wait.
In case you’ve been living under a rock in Bravo-land, there’s a major rumor going around that Brandi and Denise Richards had a several-months-long affair (GASP). Basically, Brandi perpetuated this storyline rumor herself. To that, I say “bravo” (see what I did there, I’ll show myself out), because this is a better-manufactured plot than anything LVP did last season. Denise has been on the defense since these rumors started and she’s using hashtags on Instagram to prove Brandi wrong.
The Ice Queen Cometh! Erika Jayne has been busy showcasing her talents of singing, dancing and acting on Broadway, where she is starring as Roxie Hart in Chicago. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star has been raking in the rave reviews for her performance and posing for pictures outside, where adoring fans are waiting after the show.
Erika isn’t just busy on Broadway, she’s also filming the latest season of RHOBH, along with fellow castmates Kyle Richards, Dorit Kemsley, Lisa Rinna, Denise Richards, Teddi Mellencamp, and newcomers Garcelle Beauvais and Sutton Stracke. Maybe to make up for the absence of the iconic Lisa Vanderpump, Erika Jayne and friends have been all of the media, hyping up this coming season and talking about how dramatic it’s going to be. Not sure if anyone actually believes that hype but that’s the story they are sticking to. But one big bone of contention that remains with fans is the lack of transparency on RHOBH. Mainly when it comes to all the lawsuits that the cast has been involved in.
Being a Real Housewife comes with tons of perks. First and foremost, there’s the exposure. So many Real Housewives have launched businesses and reinvigorated their existing careers thanks to the built-in fanbase with this franchise. Or at the very least, a lot of them share sponsored posts on Instagram to secure some extra cash.
Still, there are a lot of drawbacks to this life. Of course, there’s the drama of filming the show. And then reliving that drama by watching the episodes. That sure has to sting. But there’s also the haters in the audience. There are a lot of passionate Real Housewives fans, and they’re not always on your side. I am sure the Housewives’ social media mentions are blowing up all day every day. Sure, some people have kind, supportive remarks, but there are also a lot of haters out there. And this is something Garcelle Beauvais will have to get used to once Real Housewives of Beverly Hills returns for Season 10.
While some fans loathed last season of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, it was the most interesting season the show has had in years. Nevertheless, that really is not saying much. Most of the women on this show forget that the word “real” is in Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Instead, we see a superfluous amount of glam squad footage, shameless self-promotion, and rehearsed lines instead of their actual problems in life; i.e. the many lawsuits among the cast.
Even with all that, I’ll still be tuning into RHOBH Season 10. It might be a whole new show with Garcelle Beauvais and Sutton Stracke in the mix. Plus, we know that Brandi Glanville and Kim Richards have filmed some scenes. I’m just hoping this show will be good again.
Remember when everyone was concerned that Season 10 of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills would be boring without Lisa Vanderpump? The “OG” Housewife decided to put the show in her rear view after the tedious “puppy gate” scandal.
Viewers speculated that RHOBH was a snooze-fest because Camille Grammer, who was thought to be done with the show, was once again filming. Camille swooped in again to save the day! Give that woman her diamond! And Beverly Hills alums Kim Richards and Brandi Glanville also filmed for the upcoming season.
The drama never ends in the 90210! After news broke that Denise Richards skipped filming for the Season 10 finale of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills last week, rumors have been swirling that the actress is finding herself at the center of drama and on the outs with the rest of her cast mates.
In the wake of the rumors, Lisa Rinna took to the comments section of the second-season Housewife’s latest social media post to stir the pot about her longtime pal’s mysterious no-show.
Lisa Rinna was the first famous actress to join the Real Housewives universe. This changed the game for sure. She definitely paved the way for Denise Richards and Garcelle Beauvais. Sorry Kim and Kyle Richards, but you weren’t exactly household names from childhood acting roles and being Paris Hilton’s aunt. Then again, Rinna wasn’t necessarily an A-list star, but anyway, my point is that it was an unexpected move and a bit of a risk when she joined the cast of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
Her husband Harry Hamlin wasn’t down for her delving into reality TV, not that we necessarily see much of him outside the occasional pie baking and family barbeque. He was afraid of the reality TV divorce curse, which is a fair thing to fear when he had already been divorced twice.
There has been a great deal of speculation about what Season 10 of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills will be like without “OG” Lisa Vanderpump. And without “puppy gate” being pounded into viewer’s heads during every episode.
Two new Housewives are making their debut during Season 10. Sutton Stracke and Garcelle Beauvais are joining the cast, and hopefully shaking things up. Sutton is close friends with long-time RHOBH cast member Lisa Rinna. Rumor has it that filming for the upcoming season has been low on the drama meter.