Thursday, July 21, 2016

Camille Grammer on Possible Return to 'Real Housewives' Full-Time: 'We Gotta Talk to the Higher Ups'
Camille Grammer might be making her way back to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills full-time.

ET caught up with the reality star at The Bravos, where she was on-hand to support her fellow Beverly Hills star -- and the night's headliner -- Erika Jayne. Camille wasn't nominated for any awards at the show this year, but that might change in 2017. The show features the "Don't Call It a Comeback" award, an honor for Bravo stars who make big returns to the shows that made them famous. 

"Don't call it a comeback!" Camille sings. "I don't know. We'll see, we'll see. You gotta talk to Andy [Cohen] about that. We gotta talk to the higher ups."

Camille hasn't been a full-time cast member of RHOBH since 2013, but has made appearances in almost every season since. She admits her guest appearances are kind of the "perfect gig," because she gets to come in and have fun, but escape the drama.

Still, her surprise appearance at The Bravos has us thinking we might be seeing more of Camille when The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills returns later this year. 

"Oh, I love being a part of it for what, it's gonna be six, seven seasons?" Camille gushes. "Oh my god, that's a long time! I call it my dysfunctional family, working with these girls -- but no, they're wonderful. I miss them when I'm not around them. They're fun."
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