Wild Wild West

Real Housewives of New Jersey Step Aside For Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

As many continue reeling over the East Coast drama on The Real Housewives of New Jersey reunion show, the franchise is heading back West where it all began with Orange County—but this time, they’re going Hollywood. Bravo recently announced the official six cast members of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, which features a 4:2 brunette-blonde ratio of mothers, philanthropists, and independent business women. The first is Camille Grammer, who owns a TV production company and filed for divorce from Kelsey Grammer this summer. Then there is Adrienne Maloof, whose family owns the Sacramento Kings and the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas. Kim Richards will also star alongside her sister, Kyle Richards, a former child star and mother. Lisa Vanderpump, the show’s British import, is a restaurateur and columnist. Taylor Armstrong, the final housewife, is a venture capitalist and volunteer. Looks like this season’s drama, which begins on October 14, will be sun-drenched and business-savvy.