Credit: Evans Vestal Ward/Bravo Photo: The Ladies Make a Pact in RHOBH Season 2, Episode 19, “Night of a Thousand Surprises”

Just because it’s called reality TV, doesn’t mean it’s real. Radar Online claims the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills stars — who seem like besties onscreen — actually aren’t friends and don’t hang out unless cameras are rolling! According to an insider, Camille Grammer and Taylor Armstrong, who attended co-star’s Kyle Richards’ book signing at Barnes and Noble at The Grove on January 20, only did so “because they knew press would be there.” The source continues: "These women aren't friends, at all. It's all done for the show.” The source claims that because the women are so different “the only thing they have in common is the show, period.”

While we believe the lavish ladies of 90210 probably weren’t BFFs at the start of Season 1, it’s hard to believe that after almost two years of trials and tribulations, they haven’t bonded. (Look how Lisa Vanderpump rallied around Taylor despite their differences!) However, Bravo is reportedly looking to replace some of the cast with fresh faces — even despite sky-high ratings with the current lineup. So, what gives? According to Radar’s source, Bravo has asked the current Housewives to invite their friends to the show to change the dynamic. (Kyle Richards said producers ask for this kind of input every year and shouldn’t be taken as a sign anyone is leaving.)

We don’t know if we could handle Allison DuBois as a permanent Housewife!

Source: Radar Online

 

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