Camille Grammer Returns To ‘RHOBH’ For Season 6, Appears On ‘WWHL’ With Kyle Richards

Camille Grammer will be appearing on the January 19 episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 6, and later tonight, she’ll be featured as a guest on Watch What Happens Live, the late night talk show of Real Housewives creator Andy Cohen.

As viewers of the show will recall, Camille Grammer was one of the six housewives included in the first season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and remained on the show in a full-time role up until Season 3 when she appeared only as friend of the housewives. Then, after sitting out completely during production on Season 4, Camille Grammer returned for Season 5, appearing in a guest role, and has also been featured as a guest during Season 6.

Earlier this year, after watching as Taylor Armstrong, who has also been a frequent guest star of the series, question the severity of Yolanda Foster’s Lyme disease struggles, Camille Grammer took to her Bravo TV blog for the first time in years, and shared her thoughts on the controversial topic, which continues to be discussed on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

“Having been through my battle with cancer, I feel uncomfortable for Yolanda. Listening to the chatter questioning the validity of Yolanda’s illness is troubling to me,” Camille Grammer wrote. “Lyme disease is very debilitating. Being from the East Coast I know Lyme disease is quite common and may lay dormant and may produce flu-like symptoms, as well as neurological issues. It’s in poor taste to question anyone’s illness diagnosed through specific testing by their doctor. I pray that she finds a cure for her Lyme disease and starts feeling much better.”

Following Armstrong’s questions in regard to Foster, Lisa Rinna and Kyle Richards were seen discussing the idea of Muchausen Syndrome, which was brought up by Rinna, who explained that those with the disorder faked illnesses for sympathy and attention. While Rinna immediately felt bad for even suggesting the idea, she claimed that many had approached her and questioned Foster’s diagnosis in recent months.

Camille Grammer is no secret to health troubles. As she explained in her blog, she recently dealt with a cancer battle. Luckily, however, she’s been cancer-free for about two years following an endometrial cancer diagnosis in 2013.

“Every day a little better, a little stronger,” Camille Grammer told People Magazine of her health progress last year. “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,” she continued, citing her two children with ex-husband Kelsey Grammer, Mason and Jude.

Now that she’s cancer-free, Camille Grammer has been enjoying life, and recently spent time with her co-star and friend, Kyle Richards, in New York City.

For more of Camille Grammer, be sure to watch tonight’s new episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 6 at 9 p.m. on Bravo, and stay tuned for Watch What Happens Live, which will air at 11 p.m. on the same network.

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