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Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 4: Is There a Casting Boycott?

With Adrienne Maloof and Camille Grammer almost certainly out of the picture for Season 4 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, producers are likely searching for new housewives to join the hit reality show.

But, according to TMZ, that might be easier said than done this time around!

Sources reportedly say that a selection of lawyers and managers in Hollywood have reportedly teamed up to tell their star clients who’ve been approached to join the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 4 cast to just say no.

The biggest argument seems to be that any potential cast members concerned about her own professional reputation should steer clear of the show. Fellow housewives can say practically anything (whether true or not) on the show and not have any legal action taken against them. For example, let’s not forget the continued ongoing feud between Adrienne and Brandi Glanville over the whole surrogacy secret spilled on the show.

One source apparently told TMZ, “It’s fine if Brandi Glanville does the show. She doesn’t have anything going on for her and the show makes her famous.”

While we don’t agree entirely with that statement (she is a bestselling author, guys), we can see how putting one’s life on display in front of a national audience — and not having any control over how your image portrayed — poses a huge difficulty for someone who has a career and an image to uphold.

Some famous names have already been thrown out as potential RHoBH cast members for Season 4, including Penny Lancaster, Jennifer Flavin (wife of Sylvester Stallone), Faye Resnick, and Brenda Harvey, singer Lionel Richie’s ex-wife.

Let’s hope for the sake of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills producers that none of their managers or lawyers are a part of this powerful boycotting team!

Source: TMZ