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Friends, Camille Donatacci Grammer Meyer 007 has returned and she’s coming in hot. When Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is struggling, they either call Brandi Glanville or Camille. Since Brandi’s plate is currently heavy with controversy, Camille picked up the phone.
Some RHOBH viewers don’t really like Camille, but she did win some fans after her first season. Cammy was Lisa Vanderpump’s only ally in Season 9 and she fought against the gang-up we’re still trying to forget, hashtag puppygate.
While Camille is no longer a cast member, she’s showing up for Season 13. It looks like Teddi Mellencamp is currently safe from her wrath, but old pal Dorit Kemsley may need to duck and cover. This is what happens when you call someone a c*nt at a dinner party and Camille 007 never forgets.
Is she wrong though?
Bravo is busy promoting the next season of RHOBH even though many are giving it the eye-roll. On Instagram, the network posted a clip featuring Dorit’s chic windchime situation with Jamie Lee Curtis. It’s supposed to be funny with her fellow cast members interrupting Dorit by hitting wind chimes.
Despite quite a few people enjoying the reel and looking forward to the season, Camille was nonplussed. In the comment section, she wrote, “Boring and overplayed.” In Dorit’s defense, she doesn’t have much else going for her. It’s not like they could film a promo around home break-ins.
Dorit and Camille have had a tense relationship, but Camille wasn’t exactly incorrect. Some fans have become frustrated with Dorit’s lack of storyline and not really adding more to the show than a curious expression.
We haven’t seen Camille since Season 10 and it looks like she’s ready to go. She showed up at Kyle Richards’ now infamous weed dinner party. Guests included Denise Richards and I believe Teddi was there as well. Apparently, the only thing missing from that soireé was a drunk psychic with a penchant for e-cigs.
Camille is ready, are you ready?
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 13 premieres Oct. 25 at 8 PM ET on Bravo.