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.
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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.