RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively that Camille Grammer will be returning to the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills.
The move will return Grammer, 42, to the top-rating Bravo reality television show after she was the subject of much scrutiny during the series’ freshman season.
Her rep wouldn’t confirm or deny the decision.
“We have not confirmed our plans yet,” he said, but hinted at the move telling RadarOnline.com: “Watch this space!”
While a second season has yet to be officially announced by Bravo, a source close to production confirmed to RadarOnline.com that its original cast — Lisa Vanderpump, Kyle and Kim Richards, Taylor Armstrong, Adrienne Maloof — have also all inked new contracts.
“Camille was on the fence and really didn’t know if she wanted all her business exposed for a second time especially after her painful divorce,” the insider said.
“She thought about it and re-thought about it before coming to the conclusion that she’d return for a second season.”
Grammer came in for much criticism during the first season, including a focus on her parenting habits and her friendships with married tennis partner Nick Stabile and real-life medium Allison Dubois.
She also clashed with co-star Kyle Richards, the aunt of socialite and reality star Paris Hilton.