In some ways it is interesting how reality stars are supposed to be all about capturing what happens as it happens; however, “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” season 3 has a structure more akin to a scripted show when it comes to having a main cast, and also a few people who pop in as recurring players from time to time. This is not to say that the show is scripted by any means, but this structure allows there to be some order for the focus of the show, just so you know who the cameras are really following.
For the first time since the very beginning of the series, we know already that just one of the people who will have a little bit of a reduced role is none other than Camille Grammer. She was originally set to not be a part of the show at all this season, but those plans changed upon her own realization that she missed being around her co-stars.
With this change from a regular to recurring player in mind, it is understandable that Camille tells Today.com that she is still uncertain just how much of her viewers will see:
“I am not sure how much I am in it … I definitely filmed a lot though, during the various events. You just never know how they are going to edit it.”
Camille also is one of the few women on the cast to ultimately admit to really having no enemies among the cast, and getting along with everyone in some various shape or form:
“With the (other women), it’s interesting to see how different alliances form. Friendships change and morph … Certain friendships really dissipate while others start. All of that really surprised me. It always does … truly. But this time, it’s really shocking. Personally, I have no trouble with anyone. I love all the girls, I really do.”
Are you bummed to be seeing less of Camille on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” season 3?