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Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

Will Real Housewives’ Yolanda Foster Sign on For Another Season?

Real Housewives of Beverly HillsSeason 3 is not even halfway done yet, but we’re already curious as to whether Yolanda Foster would return for future seasons. Here’s hoping!

The more we get to know Yolanda, the more we love the former model, who’s now a mother of three. She manages to stay so down-to-earth, despite the fact that she has a beautiful home and luxurious lifestyle. We also enjoy watching how much she adores her husband, musician David Foster. Those two are too cute!

But more than anything, it’s been great watching her relationships develop with the other Housewives on the show. In particular, she’s been a great friend to Kim Richards, as they both have remained sober together at various social functions. We’re also curious to see potential drama between Yolanda and the ladies, as Kyle Richards hasn’t appeared to be her biggest fan.

Unfortunately, it appears to be a bit too early to get a concrete word on which Housewives will return for Season 4, as we don’t even know if Bravo will be renewing the series as of yet. For Season 3, we didn’t hear about cast decisions until well into the spring.

However, Yolanda seems to be enjoying her time on the show, and given that she had previously appeared on the reality show, Dutch Hollywood Women, she clearly enjoys the limelight. Plus, in her recent Bravo blog entry, she wrote that she hoped the Housewives could learn to “cherish our friendships,” suggesting that she enjoys the company of the ladies.

We’re keeping our fingers crossed that Yolanda and all the current Housewives will decide to return for future seasons. After all, what would the show be like without a glimpse at Yolanda’s enormous, see-through fridge every now and then.

01.1.2013 / 10:30 PM EDT by Ryan Gajewski
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