The much anticipated fifth show of Bravo’s Real Housewives franchise, set in Beverly Hills, has started filming, and RadarOnline.com has got the first photos.
Two of the new housewives, Adrienne Maloof-Nassif, sister to the renown Palms Casino owning Maloof brothers, and Taylor Armstrong, a stay at home mom who is married to a venture capitalist, were spotted Friday filming at a poker charity event for 1736 Family Crisis Center, hosted by Annie Duke.
Adrianne, who looks like she fully utilizes her plastic surgeon husband’s many skills, bravely took to the tables to play some hands with Duke, a pro poker player.
Meanwhile Taylor, who at 38-years-old is the youngest of the housewives, got up on the stage and commandeered the mic, all in the name of raising some funds for 1736, a Los Angeles based nonprofit shelter and outpatient service for domestic violence survivors, runaway and homeless youth.
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The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills is gearing up to be even more glamorous, opulent, catty and drama–filled than the other shows, and let’s face it, they’ve set the bar pretty high!
As RadarOnline.com exclusively reported the new show will also be bringing a little stardust too – at least by association – Paris Hilton’s two aunts, Kyle and Kim Richards are two of the cast.
Rounding out the Beverly Hills Housewives are restauranteur Lisa Vanderpump-Todd, who has already had her fair share of drama this year when her Bentley was stolen and driven off Mulholland Drive – the same day as Charlie Sheen’s car, and Fraser star, Kelsey Grammer’s wife, Camille.