The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Recap: Camille Grammer Melts Down
If you thought the ladies were done talking about Lisa Vanderpump on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, then you should probably skip the rest of this recap.
Tuesday’s season finale picked up right where last week’s explosive installment left off.
Camille made a swift exit from the stage after another big blowout with the ladies, and Andy went after her because he seemingly knew she was the only one bringing the drama.
Camille felt like the whole thing was a “set up,” and couldn’t contain her tears after the way everyone targeted her.
“They’re just so nasty, and they’ve been wanting me to jump on this hate train with [Lisa] Vanderpump, and I’ve had my issues with Vanderpump, but sometimes, Vanderpump is so nice and caring and giving, and I miss her,” Camille said to the host.
“And there’s parts — I understand what these girls are talking about, but you can still miss somebody! Andy, isn’t it okay for me to say something nice about Lisa without them all jumping on me? I feel ganged up [on] because I didn’t gang up on Lisa.”
Andy tried to get Camille to understand that Kyle wanted to patch things up with her, but she was not ready because of the way Camille was being two-faced about things.
Back on the set, the ladies were stunned by the way things had transpired, but they were even more shocked when Andy managed to get Camille back to the stage.
Camille opened up about having the year from hell, saying that she was struggling with her mom’s health, the death of her assistant, and her house burning down.
But Camille refused to take the blame for anything, even the comments she made about Dorit and PK’s dire financial situation, calling the claims “absolutely irresponsible,” “very hurtful and very mean.”
Dorit admitted that she could not be in a good place with Camille after that, even if they patched things up, there would always be some doubt there.
The talk then turned to Camille’s outlandish claim that Denise told her to call her daughter a liar. Denise refused that this was true, but apologized in case she did say it.
“When I saw that, I was like, ‘Where is this coming from? What did I ever do to you for you to even say something like that where you wouldn’t think I was empathetic?'” Denise asked.
Camille said, “Okay.” But Denise wanted the truth.
“I don’t know,” Camille replied. “I have no answer for you, and I’m sorry.”
“This is where we think before we speak, Camille,” Denise yelled.
“You say extremely hurtful things to us, and sometimes, there’s no truth to what you’re saying. You’re talking out of your ass. I’ve been nothing but nice and kind and very supportive of you.”
“I have been wrong, and I’m sorry if I’ve been cruel,” Camille said as she started crying.
At the end of the hour, Andy wanted a reaction from Kyle about her fraught relationship with LVP, so he shared a video of their best and worst moments.
Kyle admitted that she brought Lisa’s birthday gift to the reunion after hoping that they could finally put the past behind them.
“It’s sad to me. It’s — it’s — it is. It’s sad to me,” she said.
“It’s sad to me she’s not here. People tweet me pictures all the time, and every time I see something like that — of us joking, laughing — it makes me feel bad. Sorry, I can’t talk right now for a second.”
“I paid the ultimate price by being honest,” she continued.
“And I’ve thought about if I hadn’t gone to her house and not told her, and then she would’ve seen us sitting there.”
“How would that have played out? It’s sad to think how she’s feeling right now. This must be a weird day for her, you know, knowing that we’re all here and she didn’t come. She’s gotta be feeling bad, too.”
Kyle closed the hour by admitting that she thought things would blow over, and that they would patch things up at the reunion.
Ugh, no, LVP is done.