When Faye Resnick appeared last season on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, she and Camille Grammer got into it over the former's decision to write a book about the death of Nicole Brown Simpson.
It was a totally natural, unscripted argument.
Now, Bravo is reportedly hoping for more of the contentious same, as sources tell Hollywood Life that Resnick is being "seriously considered" for a permanent role on season two.
“Faye has met with producers and there is a lot of interest from the show’s fans to have her on,” says an insider. “I don’t have word yet on whether she has officially signed on, but I do know that she was being seriously considered.”
Resnick actually testified against O.J. Simpson during his 1994 murder trial. She then went on to pen "Nicole Brown Simpson: The Private Diary of a Life Interrupted."
Good friends with cast members Taylor Armstrong and Kyle Richards, Faye had dinner with them this week at BOA steakhouse in West Hollywood. Might they have been toasting to her upcoming inclusion on the show?