The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills will be without stars Camille Grammer and Adrienne Maloof for its fourth season. It’s also been reported that neither of them will be seen in the reunion special that was taped on Friday.
Maybe the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills ought to stop having dinner parties, because that seems to be where all the drama takes place. Once again, this week's episode of the Bravo hit managed to revolve around the blowout that recently rocked the lives of Housewives Brandi Glanville and Adrienne Maloof — even though they did not even see each other! Drama surrounded sisters Kyle and Kim Richards, too, the latter of whom blamed her dear sis for adding fuel to the fire that is the hatred between Brandi and Adrienne and not letting sleeping dogs lie.
Just because last week's episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills played out without incident, that doesn't mean that the drama is over — especially not between quickly devolving archenemies Brandi Glanville and Adrienne Maloof (pictured), whose rivalry has been slowly heating up to the boiling point, with Brandi recently predicting that things are going to get ugly between her and Adrienne if they aren't resolved soon.
Monday night's season three, episode five installment of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills took cast members Taylor Armstrong, Yolanda Foster, Kyle Richards, Kim Richards, Adrienne Maloof (pictured), Lisa Vanderpump and Brandi Glanville to Ojai, Calif.
Bravo's The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is back with a characteristic vengeance, this time between just about everyone who was lucky enough to be at the swank dinner party hosted by new housewife Yolanda Foster, and that includes Foster's hubby, singer / songwriter David Foster, Lisa Vanderpump, Adrienne Maloof and Taylor Armstrong.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Adrienne Maloof has been granted temporary custody of her three children, 9-year-old Gavin and 6-year-old twins Christian and Collin, as well as a restraining order against her soon-to-be ex-husband Paul Nassif, under grounds that he used unduly force while chastising one of their sons.
Though the Real Housewives franchise has never been famous for its sensitivity, the Season 2 premiere of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Bravo addressed the very "real" issue of Russell Armstrong's suicide less than a month ago.