Real Housewives Roundup: The 'Wives Stop Here, A Live Reunion, and Who's Back for 'RHOBH'
What's going on with The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills? Is there an end in sight for Miami? Don't worry, there is!

No More New Housewives, Andy Cohen Promises
Even though I was really hoping for The Real Housewives of Dallas, Andy Cohen tells OK! Magazine, "I really feel like we're done." When asked if there might be any more spin-offs (like a Kim Zolciak version of Bethenny Getting Married?), Andy Cohen said of the Housewives, "I think they're all good where they are." It's a bit of a relief, isn't it? I like the current Housewives (except Miami) and I'm not ready to let anyone else into my heart.

The Real Housewives of Miami to Reunite Live
Bravo is trying something new, with its first ever live reunion show. The Miami Housewives will be subject to a live reunion, and the censors had better get ready! The live telecast will air April 5 at 9pm E.T. so the end is near! Also, this means it will only be one episode, right? Rejoice! []

Who's Coming Back to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills?
Well, we don't know for sure, but we hear rumors! Camille Grammer (Donatacci), subject of much debate, has not confirmed plans yet, but an insider says after thinking about it a lot, Camille has decided to return. Yay! It wouldn't be the same without her (although we may be doing without Kim Richards in Season 2). [Radar Online]

The rumor is that another familiar face may become a series regular. reports that Faye Resnick (the morally corrupt Faye Resnick!) may join the cast as a regular, rather than just a friend and ally of Kyle Richards. This is great news, I only wish Alison Dubois would make a few return appearances.

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