Camille Grammer Says She Isn't Returning to 'RHOBH': 'I Wasn't Asked

By Scott Baumgartner‍
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Say it ain't so!

After eight seasons on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, it looks like Camille Grammer won't be returning.

The 50-year-old reality TV star broke the news on Twitter after a fan asked if she'd be returning on a thread stemming from a post sharing that actress Garcelle Beauvais and party planner Sutton Stracke are joining the upcoming season. Next, Grammer said that it was Kyle Richards' decision to cut her.

"I wasn't asked back," she responded. "It's fine. I did my time on the show. And it's Kyles show." 

When a fan offered an incredulous response, Grammer added: "It [was] up to Kyle. I'm really fine. After the reunion I didn't want to come back. It was an awful experience."

When the aforementioned fan wrote back that the show "should remember who the OGs are." Grammer, responded, "I agree, but they don't. It's a tough business. They eat you up and spit you out."

However, she later commented: "I'm fine," along with a heart and blushing-face emojis.

As for Bravo, the show's network doesn't comment on casting decisions outside of official announcements.

In July, on the RHOBH reunion, Grammer that lamented her friendship with Richards had deteriorated since the latter's bond with Teddi Mellencamp had grown over the years.

Host Andy Cohen asked Grammer why she'd previously tweeted that Mellencamp's friendship with Richards is "creepy."

"I just felt that Teddi was up Kyle's a**, I'm gonna be honest," she told the group. 

Later, Grammer stated: "Any time you want to have a conversation with Kyle, Teddi's there to cut you off. And that's annoying, because I've known her for 10 years."

Before the taping, Grammer told ET that she was not looking forward to sitting down with the women, many of whom she battled with throughout season nine.

"Yeah, I've said some things this year, but I think I've been very honest in what I've said and I've said it to people's faces," she said. "So, I know Teddi's on me for that but I'll tell it right to your face. I'm from the East Coast. I do not hold back, and that's who I am. Love it or hate it."

Grammer was a series regular for six seasons, missing season four entirely -- and then she took on a part-time role on the show the last two seasons. Besides Grammer, Lisa Vanderpump also isn't returning to the show. 

"It just became very difficult and I just said, 'Oh, OK. That's enough,'" Vanderpump told ET back in July. She added that she didn't "regret [leaving] at all."

However, Denise Richards confirmed to ET this week that she'll be back -- and that taping has already begun on season 10.

The new season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is expected to air in 2020 on Bravo.

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