The wait is finally over. One of the most popular and controversial reality TV shows is returning for another season of drama, unrestrained spending, and fun. Given that it's a ratings bonanza, it's no surprise that The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills has been picked up for another season. Taping for season three will reportedly start mid April.
While fans of the show are surely excited about seeing their favorite housewives on the screen again very soon, the news of Camille Grammer's departure puts a damper on things. Widely hated during season one for being egotistical and downright catty, she turned herself around during season two to become of the show's most favorite housewives.
Hopefully, two new housewives will placate fans' disappointment. RumorFix is reporting that Yolanda Hadid and Marisa Zanuck will be joining the show. Socialite Yolanda Hadid is music producer David Foster's wife. She last told Access Hollywood that she's in negotiations to become one of the newest housewives. Marisa Zanuck is a high-powered realtor who has already signed on the dotted line.
Although there's still no confirmation on which ones of the housewives will be returning, it will come as an even bigger shock if producers pass on popular housewives Lisa Vanderpump, Kyle Richards and Brandi Glanville. Unlike Camille Grammer, those three women have been more willing to put their personal problems on the screen. If Yolanda Hadid and Marisa Zanuck are as witty and drama-filled as those three women, then the next season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills will be even more explosive than seasons past.