Garcelle Beauvais is ready to bring the heat on her sophomore season of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. The actress and “The Real” co-host chatted with Entertainment Tonight on Thursday, confirming her return to the Bravo franchise.
“I am returning to the Housewives, yes,” Garcelle Beauvais told Brice Sander. “You know, you gotta be a little, a little brave, a little scared, a little ready. I mean, it’s all those things, and I say it with a laugh because I’m ready, but you’re never really ready.”
Sander reminded Garcelle, 53, that a second season can be a “scary one” for Housewives, noting Denise Richards’ rough ride during the recently concluded season.
“That’s what I’m afraid of,” Garcelle admitted. ”So, here we go, you know? And I sorta got a warning from Ms. Rinna, so we’ll see. I’m ready though, bring it.”
“I’m sad about it,” Garcelle Beauvais said of Denise’s departure. “I really wish she wouldn’t leave the franchise. I think she’s great. I think she brings a lot. I think the fans obviously love her and root for her, so I’m really sad about it. I wish there was something that could have been done. I’m going to miss her, obviously. I’m going to miss her on the platform, but we always talk.”
Sutton told People in a recent sit-down that she would love to return in a full-time role.
“I think because I wasn’t allowed to film with my children, you didn’t get to see the total aspect of my life and how I live. I’m not always dressed up and being miss perfect,” Sutton said. “All of that does come into play when necessary. But I do have a fun aspect of my personality, so I was sad that we didn’t get to see that.”
“This is an ongoing process for me … to see more aspects of my life, that would be amazing,” she added. “I’d love it.”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is on hiatus.