Will Camille Grammer Return To ‘RHOBH’ For Season 6?

Camille Grammer was one of the original stars of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills when the show premiered in 2010. Although her persona on Season 1 led to backlash from fans who believed she was often abrasive and rude, Season 2 saw a much different Camille Grammer and garnered her millions of fans.

Following Season 2, despite how fan reaction changed, Camille Grammer left her full-time role on the Bravo reality series, opting to instead appear on the show in guest appearances. Since then, she has been seen each season as a “friend” of the cast. However, now that Brandi Glanville has been demoted from her full-time role, Bravo is in need of a housewife, and Camille Grammer may be their girl.

While Camille Grammer has stayed mum on a return to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills in the press, she has tweeted back to fans who want to see her come back to the show on more than one occasion.

On July 3, Camille Grammer responded to the possibility on Twitter.

Camille Grammer also responded to a fan’s tweet about her return last week.

As the Inquisitr previously reported, Camille Grammer was diagnosed with cancer during her time on the show, which she recently beat. In an interview with People Magazine in April of this year, Grammer opened up about her ongoing recovery — and the fight to stay cancer-free.

“Every day a little better, a little stronger. The cancer I had is called clear cell carcinoma, and it can show up anywhere at any time. There’s always that little fear in the back of my head, it could show up in my colon, my stomach, my brain. I do worry about that. But now, I’m not going to focus on that. I’m just going to think positive and really [about] my kids, so I focus on my children and I love being around them, and I do it all for them.”

As for her dating life, Camille Grammer said that while she does date, she isn’t in a serious relationship as she simply doesn’t have time for it.

Camille Grammer remains in contact with a number of her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-stars, including Eileen Davidson, who joined the show last year, and Kyle Richards, who has been an official housewife since Season 1.

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