The wait is almost over. Who's in and who's out for season three of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is finally out. There aren't any big surprises really, with the exception of one cast member who many had hoped would be out and not in.
Radar Online is reporting that Lisa Vanderpump, Adrienne Maloof, Kyle Richards, and Kim Richards have all signed their contracts. The show insider also said that Brandi Glanville will be returning since "her addition to the show was a lot of fun and really mixed things up." Another housewife who's in is Taylor Armstrong, whom many had hoped would disappear from the show for her perceived lies and manipulation of everyone. "Taylor is coming back for a third season," the source confirmed. As reported previously, Camille Grammer decided to quit the show after being told she would only have a minor role, presumably because producers found her more stable and happy life not good for TV ratings. There's no word on the fate of Dana Wilkey but it doesn't look good for her.
There will also be some new blood for the third season. Yolanda Hadid, music producer David Foster's wife, is still in negotiations to become one of the newest housewives while RumorFix reported that realtor Marisa Zanuck has already signed on the dotted line.
Those who fear that season three will be a bore need not worry. "The tensions are high among the women and they're all ready to make this the most explosive season yet," the source revealed. It looks like The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is one series with lasting power.