According to a new report, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills will look a bit different on season three.
Despite an all-time ratings high for this franchise on Monday night, producers are said to be axing Camille Grammer from the roster and are already on the lookout for her replacement.
"Producers are asking Lisa Vanderpump, Adrienne Maloof and Kyle Richards if any of their wealthy female friends would be interested in appearing on the show," a Bravo insider tells Radar Online. "It's an open secret that Camille most likely won't be back for a third season. She came off as such a bitch during season one, whereas this season she has been very reserved, and she isn't exactly eager to return."
It's true that executives were concerned early on during filming that Camille was so worried over losing custody of her children that she refrained from the customary antics of the nut jobs who appear on the show.
And, yes, ratings are high (2.2 million viewers this week!), but let's be honest. That will continue to be the case as long as estranged spouses of of the stars continue to kill themselves in between seasons.