The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 3 has yet to wrap, but already there have been several controversies surrounding who will be back for season 4. Let’s take a look at some of the newest gossip involving the comings and goings of the ladies of RHOBH.

RHOBH: Adrienne Maloof Leaves the Show Without Attending Reunion >>>
You Can’t Fire Me, I Quit

Adrienne Maloof was the first of the ladies to intimate that she no longer wished to be a part of the show. But now other sources are saying that it wasn’t Adrienne’s choice to leave.

According to BuzzFeed, Adrienne was fired by Bravo after failing to show up to the taping for the season 3 reunion show. Not only that, but up until all of the other women filmed the reunion, Adrienne was talking to Bravo and Andy Cohen about returning for another season.

Either way, Adrienne copping-out of the reunion is a knock to RHOBH fans. We can only hope that Andy addresses her absence and maybe even sheds a little light on her departure during the reunion.

No Boycott

Along with Camille Grammer’s departure from the show came some rumors that she and Adrienne were planning to boycott the show, and telling other affluent women from the 90210 zip code not to become cast members. Now Camille is setting the record straight, claiming that she has no idea where that rumor even came from.

“Some ridiculous stories on the web lately about RHOBH. To set the record straight, I have truly enjoyed my time with the show and with the ladies,” Camille tweeted earlier this week. She added, “I will continue to watch RHOBH and support the ladies.”

Who’s Next?

So, of course, with the exits of Adrienne and Camille (and with Taylor Armstrong also possibly on her way out the door), the casting rumors are bound to start. Right now, it looks like the front-runner is Penny Lancaster, the wife of British singer Rod Stewart.

“She would make a great addition to the cast because she’s gorgeous, glamorous and has this amazing over-the-top lifestyle,” a source told Radar Online. “Penny is flattered to be asked, but she sees what the show has done to past Housewives’ marriages, friendships and family ties, so even though Rod would be fully supportive of her if she did join, she has no intention of heading down that same route.”

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Gina Pusateri

Contributing Writer, BuddyTV