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Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

Which Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Will Be Back for Season 3?

Fabulous news, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills fans: Rumor has it most of our favorite ladies are returning for Season 3! However, the news comes from Radar Online and not Bravo so nothing is official yet.

There’s been a lot of buzz in recent weeks about who is and who isn’t letting cameras back into their lives for a third season of RHoBH, and the latest report says all but two of the original cast will likely return. Huzzah!

So, who’s in and who’s out? A source close to production says five out of the current seven cast members “will all be asked to return.” That means Adrienne Maloof, Lisa Vanderpump, Kyle Richards, Taylor Armstrong, as well as ‘friend’ of the Housewives, Brandi Glanville.

So what about Original Housewives Camille Grammer and Kim Richards? While Bravo “would love” for everybody’s fave blonde divorcee to come back, the source says Cam Gram might choose to move on to other projects. There are also rumors that the demure diva didn’t stir up enough drama to secure herself a slot next season. As for Kim Richards, according to the insider, the blonde beauty has made it clear she doesn’t want to continue and is still “fragile” from her last stint in rehab in December. Sobriety first, Kim! That only leaves Dana Wilkey, the other friend of the Housewives, as a big ol’ question mark. But if we had to guess, we’d assume that ship has sailed.

At this point, none of the ladies from the famous zip code have been formally invited back, but sources expect Bravo to make offers within the next month.

If the rumors are true, that will leave some open slots and expensive shoes to fill.

Source: Radar Online

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02.23.2012 / 11:53 PM EDT by Erica Strauss
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