The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 6 may be without three women. On April 1, a source spoke to Life & Style, claiming Lisa Rinna, Kim Richards, and Kyle Richards are in jeopardy of losing their roles with the Real Housewives franchise.
Although the sixth season of the show has yet to be confirmed by Real Housewives producers, the source said casting is already underway.
“Producers are looking to get rid of Lisa Rinna and siblings Kim and Kyle Richards. They thought Lisa would be the easygoing, level-headed one, but she’s been a lot of trouble.”
The source also claimed the feud between Real Housewives sisters Kim and Kyle Richards has grown tiresome for viewers. As fans of the show will recall, Kim and Kyle were close during the first couple of seasons, but after Kyle called out Kim for being an alcoholic, their relationship went downhill.
Although Kim and Kyle attempted to get their relationship back on track in recent years, the addition of Brandi Glanville proved to be too much of a strain for them to handle during the recently-aired fifth season. On the show, Glanville was often seen getting in the middle of the sisters, even suggesting that Kim stop talking to Kyle because Kyle manipulates her and has been for years.
As for who could possibly replace the three women, if they do, in fact, get fired, the source claimed it could be former Real Housewives stars Camille Grammer and Adrienne Maloof.
“They have plans to bring Camille Grammer back, and are considering having Adrienne Maloof return, too.”
Grammer and Maloof, who were part of the Season 1 cast of the Real Housewives, recently appeared on Watch What Happens Live, where, as the Inquisitr reported, they weighed in on the Season 5 drama.
“I do not think Brandi should be in the middle,” Grammer told host Andy Cohen in regard to Glanville’s interference in Kim and Kyle’s relationship.
Taylor Armstrong also appeared on the show and expressed her frustrations in Kim Richards’ behavior.
“There’s so much history between Kyle and Kim, and I know how Kyle has fought for her sister for so many years with her challenges, and I just feel like she never gets any respect for all that she’s been through on that side.”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 5 reunion part two airs on Tuesday at 8 p.m. on Bravo.
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