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Camille Grammer is Returning to 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills'
"Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" fans, REJOICE. After devastating the world by dropping out of season three, Camille Grammer has announced that she was totally joking, and will be returning to the show.
"I will be a part of production again," Grammer, 43, told E! Online. "I guess it was something I couldn't let go of. I really enjoy being with the women and working with the producers. They're like my extended dysfunctional family."
The website adds that Grammer was spotted at fellow housewife Kyle Richards' birthday party recently, which was being filmed for the show.
The fanatic among us are cautioned by The Hollywood Reporter, though, not to get too excited about Grammer's return, since "Ex-Housewives often pop up on the franchise, because they still carry on relationships with the cast members. Also, many times casting decisions aren’t made until after shooting has wrapped."
Whatever. Too late. We're already excited. Especially because Grammer dropped this additional knowledge on E! about the upcoming season: "There's definitely drama...The girls are bringing it."
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