As we’re hitting the end of the first season of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” Camille Grammer has been hitting the talk show and interview circuit hard. And she has one thing on her mind: Redemption.
On more than one occasion, she has said that she’s undecided about whether she’ll return to the show if it gets a second season (which is pretty likely). Some reports have said that she’s going to let the remaining episodes and the reunion show play out before she makes her decision.
In the meantime, Camille has accused Bravo of editing her into a villain. And the fans have definitely picked sides in her feud with cast mate, Kyle Richards, and Life & Style magazine readers voted her “America’s Most Hated Housewife.”
After a fairly likeable appearance on Bravo’s talk show, “Watch What Happens: Live,” viewers saw a glimpse of a more open, natural Camille. Could it be that she has learned a few things about being authentic on-camera? Or is she playing us?
We’ve definitely seen other “Real Housewives” undergo image makeovers. On “The Real Housewives of New York,” Alex McCord has told us that she didn’t like how she was portrayed in the first season. Since then, many fans have begun to appreciate her. On the flip side, Jill Zarin was one of the more likeable housewives in Season 1, then became “Public Enemy No. 1” by the end of Season 3.
This week, the Beverly Hills finale airs and we’ll be seeing a very emotional Camille as the breakup of her marriage plays out on-camera. And in the reunion special airing next week, it’s clear she’s going to have a lot to answer to.
Watch the previews below:
Do you think Camille will get the image makeover she’s looking for? Or should she just abandon the Bravo ship after this season?