This week, “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” were full of dread. And we don’t blame them. After last episode’s hootenanny at Camille Grammer’s dinner party, we’re sure everyone believed that things could only get worse.
The first test came with a charity event at Lisa Vanderpump’s restaurant, Villa Blanca, benefiting a young burn victim. Lisa invited all the housewives and everyone went except for Kim Richards and Camille, who both opted to avoid any leftover drama from the dinner party by not going. Since this was for charity, we think they both should have gone. But, what we really found despicable was that Camille texted Kyle Richards during the dinner to tell her that she and Kelsey wouldn’t be using her husband Mauricio as their real estate broker anymore.
That was pretty bad. Wasn’t Camille trying to avoid drama? If she were, then she would have never texted Kyle during the event. We also think Camille meant to create drama with maximum effect, thinking all the housewives would be sitting at the same table as Kyle when the text arrived. If you’ll remember, Lisa didn’t even know that Kyle wouldn’t be sitting at her table. Even in her absence, Camille tried to make the charity event about her. Isn’t that horrific?
Who knew Mauricio liked blondes?
The second test came with Taylor Armstrong’s costume party. Taylor, fearing that Camille wouldn’t come, called her. We were then forced to watch Taylor basically beg her to come. Queen Camille said she would try. Don’t do us any favors, Camille.
At the 20s-style costume party, Kyle was again on her best behavior. She even approached Camille at the party first. Meanwhile, Camille says in her interview that she always takes the high road. Really? Then, why didn’t you approach Kyle first? She must have had a hard time finding the high road again.
In the end, the gals made a truce and Camille even said that they would have a clean slate from that night on. Lisa says she has heard that one before and so have we.
Do you think the truce will hold?