The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast has reportedly come together in the name of more money. According to a June 18 report by Radar Online, the ladies of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, who are often seen feuding on the show, have put their differences aside in an effort to get raises ahead of Season 6.
Radar Online‘s network insider claimed “everyone is frantic” behind the scenes at Bravo — because the reality show’s stars are demanding higher paychecks.
“The higher-ups are just trying to get contracts signed right now, but several of the veteran housewives are requesting significant pay raises.”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills‘ Season 5 cast included Lisa Vanderpump, Kyle and Kim Richards, Lisa Rinna, Eileen Davidson, Yolanda Foster, and Brandi Glanville. However, as the Inquisitr previously reported, Kim has allegedly been fired from the series after suffering an alcohol relapse earlier this year. This month, a source confirmed the news to Us Weekly, claiming Bravo didn’t feel it was in Kim’s best interest to return to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Instead, they hope she will address her ongoing sobriety issues in rehab.
“The [Real Housewives of Beverly Hills] producers really have no interest in bringing her back to the show. Kim needs to get help and it needs to happen outside of the show. There’s no interest in putting her back on television unless she’s addressed her issues. The show didn’t trigger her addiction — and her recovery also needs to happen outside of it.”
Also included in Us Weekly‘s report was news of Kyle’s return. Although the Bravo Network has yet to confirm she will be back, the insider claimed the network wants her. According to Radar Online, however, Kyle’s future with The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills has yet to be made official, and if she doesn’t return, the show itself may be in jeopardy, as well.
“Bravo is not 100 percent sure if Kyle is going to return right now and with the loss of Kim and potentially another housewife, it could mean the end of the show. No one knows how well [The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills]’s audience will take to two or more housewives leaving and they think it could spell disaster.”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 6 has yet to be confirmed by the Bravo Network.
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