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Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Cast Includes Paris Hiltons Aunts, Kelsey Grammers Ex

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills castAre you ready for another installment of Real Housewives? This time we get to see what Beverly Hills ladies are really like. Like, for real.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast has been announced and there are some major nip/tuck/botox/lip plumping/boob jobs to look at. Take a sneak peek at the video for The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season one, which obviously is going to dial up the drama, as only reality housewives can!

Here’s your rundown on the Beverly Hills cast – Bravo’s press release claims these are “six of the most affluent women in the country [who] enjoy the lavish lifestyle that only Beverly Hills can provide:

Camille Grammer is mom to two kids and is the soon-to-be-ex of Kelsey Grammer. Kelsey is rumored to get a little bit of screen time on the reality series, too. Camille owns a TV production company and collects rare books.

Adrienne Maloof’s family owns the Sacramento Kings and the Palms Casino in Las Vegas, so, you know, she’s oozing money out of her pores. Adrienne has three young boys and as luck would have it, she’s married to a plastic surgeon.

Lisa Vanderpump is the Brit of the bunch, mother to two grown children, and runs two restaurants in addition to having her own skincare line.

Kim and Kyle Richards are sisters to Kathy Hilton (so, connect the dots… aunties to Paris Hilton!) and were kid actors. You may remember Kim Richards from Escape to Witch Mountain (I can remember wanting hair like hers) she has four kids and owns a jewelry line. Kyle Richards was also in Witch Mountain and appeared on Little House on the Prairie; she also has four kids.

Taylor Armstrong, from Oklahoma, runs an SAP firm and has one daughter. She also volunteers for charities.

Look for the newest housewives to to debut on October 14 at 10 p.m. on Bravo. Will you be watching the Beverly Hills installment of Real Housewives… or have they gone too far?

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