Camille Grammer has been a "friend" of the housewives who occasionally drops by The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
ever since she officially left the Bravo series at the end of season two. But will she ever consider rejoining the reality show full time?
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When host Andy Cohen asked Grammer if she wanted to come back on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills during her appearance on Watch What Happens Live, the 49-year-old reality TV star seemed open about the possibility.
"It's up to you," replied Grammer.
"I feel like in the last few years -- and we've talked about this -- you have wanted to, and there have been certain things going on in your life that have been holding you back," Andy said. "Do you feel more untethered, and do you feel more comfortable with the idea of saying something that not everyone might agree with? Do you feel like you have the tools now where you could come back, speak your mind and not feel scared about getting ambushed on social media?"
Grammer admits that social media can be "vicious" and is one of the reasons holding her back but she has also learned how to cope with it.
"I'm getting a lot better," Grammer said. "You take it personal. But I'm learning not to."
"No one had a worst first season on 'Housewives' than you, but you were also one of the greatest first season Housewives in the history of the entire show," Andy said to Camille. "It's true!"
"Mine was horrible," she said, admitting that she does feel bad for Dorit Kemsley this season.
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