“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” seems primed to get quite the makeover in Season 4.
Fresh after the departures of long-time cast members Adrienne Maloof and Camille Grammar, part-time Season 3 Housewife Marisa Zanuck has hinted that she will not be returning to the Bravo show.
“In truth, I have moved past all of the drama, and I don’t want to acknowledge it anymore,” Zanuck writes on her official Bravo blog after the show’s season finale on Monday (March 25). “This is my final blog and I want to dedicate it to all of you that have supported me immensely throughout this experience.”
Writing with a definite sense of finality, Zanuck addresses the challenges that one faces when taking part in the franchise. “I don’t think anyone or anything can prepare someone for becoming a part of the Housewives,” she writes “A Housewife must be many things: she must be media-savvy and tech-savvy. She must think about what she says and its potential impact, she must have a thick skin to handle the constructive criticism and a sense of humor about her to enjoy the creativity of the many writers that blog the show. A Housewife must also recognize that she is not perfect and be willing to learn from her mistakes. If 10,000 people are telling you that you are being a b***h, they can’t all be wrong.”
After her blog posting made headlines, Zanuck quickly jumped on Twitter to backtrack a bit. “To answer many of those who are asking!! I’m not sure if I will be asked back to the show for season 4. We all have to wait and see!!!” she tweeted. “I don’t know what I want or if they will even want me back but thank you to everyone who’s been so great!!”
Part two of the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” Season 3 reunion special airs on Monday, April 1 at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.