The best thing about being a castmember on a Real Housewives franchise isn’t the constant flowing wine at parties, it’s the major bucks that come their way with endorsements, product and book deals but RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that for the ladies in Beverly Hills their negative season is starting to affect their bottom line.
“With all the fighting and ugly mud-slinging, people are not as willing to have these ladies as brand ambassadors for certain products,” an insider told Radar.
“Brandi’s [Glanville] book is doing well, and Lisa Vanderpump has her restaurants but nothing else is happening for Kyle or Kim Richards or Yolanda Foster and for the new ladies (Carlton Gebbia and Joyce Giraud) the offers definitely haven’t been pouring in.”
The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills certainly have personal fortunes, and less bankruptcy problems than their counter-parts outside of the 90210, but the big perk of being on the show has been slowly disappearing for them.
“Whether it is an alcohol line or shoes or perfume, nothing is being offered to these women,” the source said.
“Brand managers and companies are starting to feel like the risk is too high with these women and they don’t want to have to distance themselves in the future so they’re just not reaching out now.”