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Told Ya So! Faye Resnick Already Back With 'RHOBH' — And Could Camille Grammar Be On The Way, As Well!

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Faye Resnick‘s actions have only fanned the flames of our recent exclusive that the Southern California socialite will be the next cast member of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

The interior designer, whose name is forever linked to the O.J. Simpson case and a heavily-touted Playboy spread she did thereafter, partied with cast mainstay Kyle Richards and her husband Mauricio Umansky over the weekend, spurring increased speculation she’d be joining Kyle, her sister Kim, and the rest of the 90210 divas on the Bravo drama fest.

She tweeted, “On my way to Las Vegas, can’t wait to see One Drop…w @KyleRichards18, @MauricioUmansky….” prior to the trip.

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As we previously reported, an insider told Radar exclusively that “producers are seriously considering making a formal offer to Faye to become a series regular cast member.”

In addition to Resnick, another former personality linked to the show — Camille Grammer — was also in Sin City over the weekend, raising the eyebrows of other Housewives fans amidst whispers that current cast members Carlton Gebbia and Joyce Giraud are too milquetoast for the diamond-lined combat zone the show fosters.

If Resnick is added to the cast as a regular, it would surely provide excellent grist for conflict, particularly with Lisa Vanderpump and Brandi Glanville

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Resnick “has been a controversial in the past when she appeared on the show and is a close friend and ally of Kyle,” the insider said, while a separate source said that the socialite “is no shrinking violent and could be a great asset to the show.”

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs on Bravo Tuesdays at 9/8c.

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