The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills will return for the show’s fourth season on Nov. 4 and the ladies will welcome two new cast mates — Carlton Gebbia and Joyce Giraud de Ohoven.
Lisa Vanderpump, Kyle Richards and Brandi Glanville have been feuding via gossip blogs since last season’s end and Camille Grammer has found herself atop headlines just in time for the big premiere.
She was recently granted a restraining order from former beau Dimitri Charalambopoulos after she claimed he beat her for almost an hour and bashed her head against a bed in a violent attack on Oct. 16.
The shocking report came just a week after news broke that she underwent a radical hysterectomy as treatment for endometrial cancer. The mother of two who divorced Kelsey Grammar during the second season of the show has landed in national headlines just in time for her show’s premiere, yet again.
Fans have more reason than ever to tune in to the reality series if they want to search for signs that the love match would turn to terror.
The new girls offer another incentive to tune in as their arrival to the luxe-loving group of ladies is sure to cause a stir. Gebbia is an admitted Wiccan, and her controversial religion will come up this season.
“I had one very negative experience with one of the housewives that didn’t surprise me,” she said. “When (this individual) cast aspersions upon me, it wasn’t surprising or shocking. It was beyond ignorance; it was prejudiced. I don’t judge or discuss politics or faith. (But) being on the show, I’m obligated to talk about things,” she told TODAY.
Giraurd de Ohoven is a former Miss Puerto Rico and the beauty queen admitted she had reservations about joining the catty characters, especially Kyle Richards.
“I thought this girl looks like the biggest conniving b—- ever, and I didn’t think I was going to like her,” she told TODAY. “But I love her! She’s a great girl. I love her husband and her kids. They’re an amazing, beautiful family.”
Still, she wasn’t as pleasantly surprised with the rest of the ladies.
“I had a few preconceived ideas of what the girls would be. In some cases, I was pleasantly surprised that I was wrong,” she said. “In other cases, I was saddened by the fact that the girls I thought would be great actually were not.”
The season four premiere of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Monday at 8/7c on Bravo.
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