The casting call is out – but the choices are slim pickings!
With Adrienne Maloof out of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills there is at least one cast spot open on the hit reality show, but casting agents are having trouble filling the spots, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
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“To be a Housewife is a huge honor, and not everyone is the right material,” a source explains.
“Plus, after watching the way the women have torn into each other for the last three seasons, it is getting harder all the time to get the right type of person on the show!
“Several women who have been approached have turned Bravo down because they don’t want to become the latest target for all the bitchiness!”
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Residing in the country’s most famous zip code, the ladies in the 90210 have a much higher standard of living than the rest of their counterparts, but money isn’t the only requirement the source says.
“Being a Beverly Hills Housewife means that you have the money to compete with the likes of Lisa Vanderpump, but you also have to be interesting and have something to bring to the table — you just can’t be boring.”
As for what exactly the producers are looking for in potential new Housewives, the source says one thing is clear.
“She has to have a really strong personality, because getting into this shark tank isn’t easy for anyone!”