The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 6 cast won’t be all that different from that of Season 5. Although there have been reports, claiming Kim Richards, Brandi Glanville, and Yolanda Foster had all be booted from the show, none of those reports have been confirmed by the network. In a series of tweets on June 29, the Real Housewives’ Glanville shared two tweets, both of which confirmed she would, in fact, be seen on Season 6.
@sbzannezanne thanks mum! It just started shooting yesterday I’m not gone but I’m glad you miss me is that weird to say…?
— Brandi Glanville (@BrandiGlanville) June 29, 2015
Glanville has starred on the Real Housewives for years, but after feuding with nearly all over her co-stars, she was not asked to return in a full-time role for Season 6. Still, fans will see more of her, as she has seemingly signed onto a part-time role with Bravo.
As the Inquisitr previously reported, news of Glanville’s possible return to the Real Housewives was first reported earlier this morning. According to a report by the New York Daily News’ Confidenti@l, Glanville was expected to return to the show to “wrap up her story.” The site also reported Glanville was in talks with three networks for a series of her own, although that has yet to be confirmed.
In response to the story, Glanville told the New York Daily News, “RHOBH will always be home to me, but I’m excited to share what’s coming up next for me. Who knows, this may not be the last time you see me on Bravo!”
At this point, it is unclear how much fans will see of Glanville on the upcoming season of the Real Housewives, but with her closest co-star, Kim Richards, leaving the show, and her other friend, Yolanda Foster, likely appearing in a reduced role, as well, her part on the show is less than crucial.
As for which wives will return to their full-time roles on the Real Housewives, Lisa Vanderpump and Kyle Richards are the only confirmed members. However, Lisa Rinna has hinted she will be back, and Eileen Davidson’s husband claimed she would also return.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 6 will likely premiere sometime later this year on Bravo.
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