Camille Grammer, the soon to be ex-wife of Frasier star Kelsey Grammer, will not be returning to 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' for season two, according to her friend ALLISON DUBOIS who spoke to Fox News. There has been much speculation in recent weeks as to Grammer's future on the hit reality show but DuBois insists that the 47-year-old had made her decision to leave.
The Hollywood psychic said Camille will not be returning for the much anticipated new season, saying, "That's my understanding. Camille is glad the reunion is over. She never has to see those women again if she doesn't want to. It was an eight-hour taping - I don't know how she handled that." The show follows the lives of six Californian socialites and revolves around the apparent on-going feud between Grammer and Paris Hilton's aunt Kyle Richards. The pair's relationship deteriorated further when during one episode they began trading insults at a dinner party. Speaking about the 'dinner party from hell', DuBois said, "I was completely shocked when I saw the episode. Camille brought the DVD over the night before it aired so that we could watch it together, and I was just horrified."
During a recent interview with ELLEN DEGENERES Grammer hinted that she may be exiting the show, claiming that she only joined the cast because her husband Kelsey persuaded her to.