Camille Grammer has done her best to make amends with Lisa Vanderpump. Her contrition comes after poking fun at Vanderpump’s teeth while tipsy during an episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills earlier this month.
According to a series of new posts shared on Twitter, Grammer recently said that while she believes fans should share their thoughts on each episode, they shouldn’t wish that cast members lose their jobs — or that Grammer’s marriage should fail.
Although Grammer’s comments seemed reasonable to some, one particular fan said that she doesn’t believe anyone should have their teeth — or indeed any of their physical attributes — made fun of.
“And yet, some people do. Sad,” the person said.
In response, Grammer said that in addition to sharing a series of apology posts to Vanderpump on her Twitter page — apologies focused on the comments Grammer had made on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills — she also sent private text messages to Vanderpump in the hopes of making amends.
“I have apologized several times. Several personal texts I sent to Lisa V and here on Twitter,” she explained.
Grammer first apologized to Vanderpump on Twitter earlier this month, immediately after the episode in question had aired. In her messages, Grammer said she was sorry for her distasteful comments about Vanderpump.
Grammer and Vanderpump appeared to be on very good terms just weeks ago. Grammer traveled to Las Vegas with Vanderpump for the highly-anticipated opening of the latter’s new restaurant, the Vanderpump Cocktail Garden, which is located at Caesar’s Palace. However, after Vanderpump watched the episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills play out, things appear to have become strained between them.
Sadly, Grammer appeared to be the only member of the cast that Vanderpump was still speaking to after filming Season 9.
Although Vanderpump appeared to accept Grammer’s apology at the time, Vanderpump has since shared a blog post on her personal website in which she appeared to change her tune about Grammer’s statements against her.
“I was totally unaware that Camille had spewed such garbage and salivated over my absence from the group until I was enlightened, courtesy of Andy on WWHL… She apparently had confided in one of my close friends, prior to this being aired, as we celebrated in Vegas, that she had regret in manufacturing BS at my expense,” Vanderpump explained.
Vanderpump then said that while Grammer suggested her statements were a “joke,” “the hurt still lingers.”
To see more of Grammer, Vanderpump, and their co-stars, tune into new episodes of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 9. The show airs on Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. on Bravo TV.