But she wanted to quit the Real Housewives reality show.
Let’s face it, Camille Grammer MADE the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. But did you know that during the first season, the bitch tried to quit? Mmmhmm!
In an recent interview with TV.com, Grammer revealed that she wanted to quit the ‘reality’ show because it wasn’t an “accurate portrayal” of herself. Isn’t that what they all say?
But get this, it was once the nastiness of her marriage started to unravel right before her eyes, she longed even more for the cameras to stop rolling. Grammer told the site, “I wish I could have (quit), but I had an obligation to finish the show. I don’t know if I can say this, but I quit at one point. I did. Because it was too much. I didn’t know how much I could expose at the time. I was holding a lot back because I had known for a while that things were not right between my husband and I. So it’s very difficult filming a reality show while you’re going through this process, and hurt, and devastation.”
So how did the network react to her wanting to call it quits? Camille stated, “I quit for, you know, a couple of weeks. And actually Kelsey called me and said, ‘You have an obligation to do the show. You have to finish the show.’ So I said, okay. He also asked me to come to the Tonys. Basically I found out [about Kelsey’s affair] through a mutual friend, and then I tried to get in touch with him. By the time we spoke, he said, ‘I’ve been thinking about it, and I just don’t want to be married any longer.’ I asked if there was anybody else, and he said no at the time, but there obviously was. So he said to me, ‘You have to come to the Tonys,’ and I said that I felt too uncomfortable and upset, and I don’t understand why I would have to come. And he said, ‘Listen, you have an obligation to finish out the show. You have to come.’ He also mentioned that maybe we could talk things through and work it out. That gave me a glimmer of hope that maybe we could spark some romance that weekend. But at that point, he was already gone.”
Yep, gone already burying his ostrich like nose in a younger, perkier bosom. Gross.