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Who’s livin’ large and who’s been relegated to the pool house? We rank The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills for the Reunion in our weekly Power Rankings. Let the countdown begin!

Ranking: 6
Last week’s ranking: 5
Here’s why: This has been a rough season for poor Kim. Obviously, the finale was traumatic for her, and she’d rather not relive it, so she refrained from answering a number of questions. But she was certainly quick to question other people about their low points, as she did with Taylor. So why even show up to the reunion if you’re not going to participate?

Ranking: 5
Last week: 1
Here’s why: Sure, it’s nice to be diplomatic, as Adrienne always seems to be. But her lack of involvement in the drama this season and at the reunion sort of left us forgetting that she was even there. We love Adrienne, so we want her to speak up more!

Ranking: 4
Last week: 3
Here’s why: We still love Kyle, but she seemed as though she was ready to fight with someone at the drop of a hat. Luckily, anytime we see her with Mauricio, we remember how great the two of them are. If we were Kyle, we would never let Mauricio out of our sights, and would probably cling to him tighter than to the safety bar on a roller coaster.

Ranking: 3
Last week: 2
Here’s why: Lisa was as quippy during the reunion as she was all season. And it was sad that her relationship with Cedric had to end the way it did, as Lisa decided that Cedric has apparently been trying to become famous without working at it.


Ranking: 2
Last week: 6
Here’s why: It was hard not to feel compassionate toward Taylor as she talked about her marriage. And sure, she was pretty confrontational with Kim regarding her drinking problem, but Kim seems a little tough to deal with, so we’ll cut Tay some slack.

Ranking: 1
Last week: 4
Here’s why: Camille finishes the season on top? Who knew?! But Camille somehow managed to ditch her typically holier-than-thou vibe and actually seem likable during the reunion. Between her self-deprecating jokes (like telling Mauricio that she hopes Kelsey hires him back, but that she herself never talks to Kelsey) to her final mea culpa to Kyle at the end, we’re sensing a whole new Camille!