Camille Grammer and Kim Richards reportedly ditched their plan to quit the reality show after a long consideration and a new offer from Bravo.
There's a whisper on the street that all the first season cast of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" will be back for season two. This includes Camille Grammer who got into a bitter divorce with her ex-husband Kelsey Grammer and Kim Richards who claimed she did not like the kind of attention they got from the show.
However, it was not an easy ride for Bravo to convince Camille and Kim to return. "Camille was on the fence and really didn't know if she wanted all her business exposed for a second time especially after her painful divorce," sources told Radar Online. "She thought about it and re-thought about it before coming to the conclusion that she'd return for a second season."
Nevertheless, nothing is confirmed yet because Camille's representative refused to deny or confirm the report.
Season 2, which was supposed to air this Spring, has been delayed for a Fall premiere. Bravo had taken precautions for Camille and Kim's departure by talking to other Beverly Hills housewives such as Los Angeles Lakers exec Jeanie Buss and Robbie Williams' wife Ayda Field. The network is also yet to announce whether there will be new faces in the second season.