The notorious sisters have been on the show since day one, but their sibling rivalry hit a now low this season when they stopped speaking to each other and exploded during the reunion.
"Execs have been wanting to get rid of one, if not both, of the sisters for some time," a source told RadarOnline.com exclusively.
Kim got cut Wednesday morning amid her disastrous relapse, and the insider said Kyle is next.
With Kyle announcing she is set to star in a scripted series on TV Land, the source said, "It just makes sense."
The SoCal reality show has cycled through many women, from Adrienne Maloof to Joyce Giraud and Carlton Gebbia, and the Richards sisters are no exception to the rule.
Now, "Bravo's actively looking for new ladies," the insider revealed.
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