Last week, fans of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills learned that Camille Grammer won't be returning to the show. When Bravo announced the news, producers said they were saddened they wouldn't be welcoming her back to the show, but it appears that she couldn't reach an agreement with them about showing her children and her new boyfriend on the show. Well, Camille was quick to do several interviews, essentially spreading the news that she wouldn't be on the show and slamming her ex-husband Kelsey Grammer for giving her a spot on the show, as he ran away with a younger woman.
However, Dana Wilkey is now speaking out on Camille's departure from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and she thinks that Camille has overreacted when she was let go from the show. "I think Camille overreacted," she explains of her former co-star. "Like Jesus, let's not get dramatic." But why is Dana speaking out on Camille?
Dana herself was fired from the show, because she wasn't adding anything valuable to the show. It seems that fans are more disappointed that Camille won't be on the show, than Dana Wilkey. Her department hasn't really rattled fans, so perhaps she is speaking out to get more attention to her, now that she is single and unemployed by Bravo.
Do you think Dana is speaking out to get attention?