"A decision has not been made" regarding a second season, Camille's rep Howard Bragman told the L.A. Times.
Bragman went on to say, "Every show needs its Simon [Cowell, from American Idol]. I believe she doesn't feel like the Camille Grammer she's portrayed as on the show is the real Camille."
"She has not made any decision yet about whether she’s returning to the show or not," Bragman told People magazine. "She taped a very explosive reunion episode yesterday, where people are going to see a different side of her than they’ve seen before. Camille’s situation has changed since the show began. She did the show because Kelsey wanted her to do it and now she’s a single mother raising two kids. Her life has changed and she has a lot of new responsibilities. She’s also in the middle of negotiating a divorce settlement, so this is not the time for her to make a decision about the show."
"If she does not come back, I'll tell you its by her own decision," Bragman quipped.
We're not sure what to make of this latest turn of events. Is it just a ploy for Camille to get more publicity or is she really trying to get out of her obligations on the show? What do you think? Will you still watch The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills if Camille's not on the show to stir things up?