An insider is revealing the drama status of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 7. According to Radaronline, the source is described as being close to the Bravo network.
For starters, Lisa Vanderpump can never be sure who’s her real friends and enemies are. The source says people have “really have shown her their true colors.”
Does this mean Lisa will have more problems next season?
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Season 7 cast newcomer Dorit Kemsley is a friend of Lisa’s, which makes it safe to assume that there’s at least one person she considers an ally — in the beginning at least. Us Weekly reported that Dorit is a fashion designer who’s married to British property developer, Paul Kemsley.
Kathryn Edwards — who’s reportedly not coming back — didn’t bring much to Season 6 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. The source says Edwards “is going to have to start a lot more drama next season to stay on beyond this.”
A source confirmed to Us Weekly that Kathryn wouldn’t be back for Season 7, but RadarOnline’s source implies that she could be seen.
Yolanda Hadid won’t be on the next season of RHOBH, but all of the residual negativity from the storyline involving the Richards sisters will be tossed. The insider says “they have all decided to just let it go. They do not want any of the drama from last season to carry over into this season.”
Lisa Rinna was a big part of questioning Yolanda’s illness, suggesting that she didn’t have Lyme Disease, but a made-up illness some people concoct for attention called Munchhausen’s Disease. Now that Lisa won’t be on Yolanda’ list, who will she feud with next?
RadarOnline’s source continues that the previous seasons of RHOBH has been “very dramatic” for all of the cast members. The one thing they have in common is “in the new season between all of them is that they really do want to become better women.”
Kyle and Lisa V. spoke with E! News about Season 7, sharing that dynamics will be switched up a bit.
“Each season, someone new seems to come in and shake things up a bit, so we do have a little shift this season and it’s interesting,” Kyle said. “Well, it’s new. You never know. In the beginning, it’s always great, and then later, you’re like, ‘Oh my god, this is a nightmare!'”
It wasn’t revealed by Richards if the shift is a good or bad thing. No other details were divulged.
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Kyle’s sister, Kim, might return to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast in Season 7. Kyle won’t confirm this, but is confident she’ll be back. Kyle adds that she thinks it’s a good thing for Kim to be on the show because it gives her “purpose and accountability.”
Lisa V. said there are “wounds to heal” next season, but “it’s okay.” She wants to bring awareness to the charitable causes she supports. One of those causes is animal rights, primarily the inhumane slaughter of dogs in China for meat consumption.
Bravo is searching for new ladies to bring on the show. There have been reports that recurring RHOBH veteran, Camille Grammer, might make a return, but she doesn’t want anyone calling it a “comeback.”
Erika Girardi also won’t return after appearing just one season. More additions to the show are expected.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 7 will premiere in late 2016. No air date has been released, but last season’s premiere date was December 1, 2015, and Season 5 premiered on November 18, 2014.
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