Hold on to your butts, Beverly Hills! Why? Because you're about to get Maloof-ed -- ADRIENNE MALOOF-ED. That's riiiiiiiight. Just when you thought you'd seen the last of her, The Maloof has risen like the phoenix from the ashes, or like a drunk girl visiting the Jersey Shore in ill-fitting shoes. She's not the only one. Camille "Country" Grammer was also approached by Bravo producers to join the girls this upcoming season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Verily, if this all shakes out, it will a beautiful disaster that will inject SO MUCH LIFE into this waning franchise.
If you're like me, you wondered what Bravo had up its sleeve after the hot mess that was last season. Don't get me wrong, I'll be watching no matter what, I'd ride or die for all the Housewives! But even the drama between Brandi Glanville and Lisa Vanderpump wasn't quite enough juice to keep all those other stragglers afloat!
While I'm sorry to see Carlton Gebbia go (#witchywoman #sexpole #femaleempowerment), I've been holding the door open for Joyce Giraud since episode one! I've come to accept that these two are done and dusted, but I had assumed the show would just recruit two other newbies to replace them. The fact that they are bringing back these vets? That is a pleasant surprise!
I know, I know, some folks might disagree. Adrienne is a known shit-stirrer, and Camille's recent personal domestic drama might make her too emotional and fragile to be in front of the cameras. But let's be real: All of those "flaws" are the things that make for totally captivating reality TV! Oh sure, I sound like a monster, but you know I'm spitting mad truth up in here. At the very least, this will give the show the blood infusion of drama and awesome it so desperately needs.
Whose team will you take in the upcoming season? I'm team Maloof.
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