Season 4 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills has still yet to wrap, but there are already rumors about who won’t be invited back for next season. According to TMZ, both newcomers Carlton Gebbia and Joyce Giraud are on the chopping block.

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Sources told TMZ that there is a “95% chance” that Joyce and Carlton won’t be back because they are not involved enough with the other women’s storylines. The source also said that the two “weren’t jiving during the reunion show taping,” and while all of the other women had good chemistry, “Joyce and Carlton were clearly outsiders.”

But if they aren’t going to be asked back, neither one of them have any idea they’re getting the boot. Carlton says she’d love to return for season 5 if she’s asked back. Joyce said she hasn’t spoken to any producers regarding the matter, and that at this point, these are all just rumors.

“I have a great life, regardless of the show or not,” Joyce told TMZ. “So it’s not something that causes me to lose sleep at night [if I wasn’t asked back]. But it’s a mutual decision we’d have to talk about after the reunion.”

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Meanwhile, Yolanda Foster and Lisa Vanderpump are already scheming to get a friend of theirs on the show. Both of them are lobbying to get Shiva Safai, the fiance of Yolanda’s ex-husband, Mohammed, some more screen time.

“Shiva is not only gorgeous, but she is a true class act,” an insider told RadarOnline. “Lisa would love to have Shiva on the show because they are friends, and as viewers know, she isn’t popular with the other ladies and could use another ally.”

Mohammed and Shiva have appeared together on this season of RHOBH when they threw a graduation party for Mohammed and Yolanda’s daughter, Gigi, at their home.

“Mohammed is telling Shiva to do the show, only if she wants to,” the source said. “She is such a nice lady, she might not have what it takes to deal with all of the drama and backstabbing.” 

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Mondays at 9pm on Bravo.

(Image courtesy of Bravo, video courtesy of TMZ)

Gina Pusateri

Contributing Writer, BuddyTV