'RHOBH': Camille Grammer Won't Be Back for Season 4
'RHOBH': Camille Grammer Won't Be Back for Season 4
Gina Pusateri
Gina Pusateri
Contributing Writer, BuddyTV
It looks like The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast members are dropping like flies. First, there were rumors that Taylor Armstrong would be getting axed followed by speculations that Adrienne Maloof didn't wish to return for another season. Now, it looks like Camille Grammer is making her exit once and for all.

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After season 2, Camille initially announced that she would not be returning for season 3. However, at some point, she changed her mind and returned for the third season, but not as a full-time housewife. But this time, it seems as though she really intends to leave for good.

"Camille has decided not to go to the reunion taping," an insider told Radar Online about the season 3 reunion filming this weekend. "She wasn't on the show that much during the past season and feels there really isn't any need for her to go."

The insider said that in addition to skipping the reunion, Camille has no intentions of filming anymore with the ladies.

"Camille has also told producers that she won't be returning for a fourth season," the source said. "She was so thankful for the opportunity on the show and made some great friends, but it's just time now for her to go."

But unlike some of her other departing cast members, Camille seems to be leaving without any bitterness toward the show or her fellow housewives.

"Camille has some very exciting projects in the works, and that's what she wants to concentrate on," said the insider. "She wishes all of the ladies nothing but the best, though, and will definitely be rooting for Lisa Vanderpump on Dancing with the Stars."

Camille isn't the only RHOBH star thinking of ditching the reunion. According to Radar Online, Adrienne Maloof doesn't want to go either.

"The idea of discussing her divorce on national television has Adrienne thinking twice about whether or not she will go," an insider said. "Even though Adrienne is contractually obligated to go, her lawyers have told her she doesn't have to because Bravo breached the contract by revealing details of the surrogacy of her twin sons."

That seems like a cop-out, especially since most of the season's drama has revolved around that very story. Anyway, while Camille will surely be missed, I'm not sure if the same thing can be said about Adrienne.

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