"The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills" has been revealed!
The cast of six ladies from the world's most famous zip code – which includes Kelsey Grammer's soon-to-be-ex wife and Paris Hilton's aunts – told Access Hollywood that fans shouldn't expect to find a Danielle Staub or a Kim Zolciak in the 90210.
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Bravo's newest "Housewives" cast includes: Camille Grammer – a mother of two who filed for divorce from Kelsey Grammer in July, Adrienne Maloof – a mother of three and part of the Maloof family dynasty (owner of the NBA's Sacramento Kings and the Palms hotel in Vegas), Kim and Kyle Richards – former child actors and Paris Hilton's aunt, Lisa Vanderpump – a British native, restaurant maven (Sur and Villa Blanca in LA) and mother of two, Taylor Armstrong – an Oklahoma native, who is a mother and wife of a venture capitalist.
Access' Shaun Robinson recently sat down with the new "Housewives" at Villa Blanca, (which Lisa owns) to get the dish on Bravo's newest leading ladies.
"The glamour, style, the lifestyle is absolutely different to the rest of the franchises," Lisa said of the upcoming season. "It got down and dirty but we did it with a Beverly Hills style."
Kim said their show would serve up what Bravo fans have come to love from the "Housewives," telling Shaun, "The drama was something else!"
The ladies warned there wouldn't be the table flipping, sex tapes and weave pulling that fans have seen lately from their East Coast Bravo sisters.
"Who is the Danielle Staub?" Shaun asked the group.
"We don't have one," Kyle said.
"This is Beverly Hills not New Jersey," Taylor added, referring to her East Coast co-stars. (Insert "Meeoooww!" here)
"I think we're all so independent and we're all really so different from the other housewives and that's not to take away from anybody but we really have a strength of our own that makes us completely different," Kim explained.
When pressed about which cast member is the show's "bad girl," the ladies all turned to former Disney child star Kyle.
"Why is everybody looking at me?" she asked the group. "I will say that I'm a very emotional person. I'm a very passionate person. I do wear my heart in my sleeve, so if I do get upset or emotional I can't hold that back."
"Housewife" Taylor said their show would go beyond the glitz and glam of their famous city.
"[Our show] gives us a chance to really talk about the platforms that the women of Beverly Hills have. Other than our nails and our hair we have real causes that we're invested in, "Taylor told Shaun. "To also show what great mothers all of these women are and to really expose the world to what it's like to be a Beverly Hills woman and how similar it is in a lot of ways to being a woman anywhere else in the world."
"The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills" debuts on Bravo on October 14. For more with Shaun's exclusive interview with the "Housewives" tune in to Access Hollywood on Wednesday night!
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