Shutting down the rumor mill!
Garcelle Beauvais is reacting to reports she’s planning to leave the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills after this season.
A source recently told Deux Moi that “Garcelle is sick of being around the ladies.”
The actress turned reality TV star reportedly “feels they are not being authentic at all” and, as a result, “won’t return next season.”
A fan shared the report on Twitter, saying, “Hope this isn’t true. Garcelle needs to come back.”
While Garcelle didn’t directly shut down the report, she did hint that it’s nothing but bs. Garcelle retweeted the post and added the laughing-crying face emoji and the shrugging emoji.
Naturally, RHOBH fans reacted to the report and shared their candid opinions.
“Garcelle, we NEED you on that show. I think you should renegotiate for higher pay because you and Sutton are doing ALL OF THE WORK!!!!” one fan wrote. In contrast, a second fan added, “I wouldn’t blame you if this was true, but I say capitalize on your popularity and demand from Evolution that they try out someone handpicked by you for the show. You are the future of this franchise.”
“Bravo needs to drop Dorit and Rinna. They’re fake and have no storyline. Then they need to bring in 2 friends of yours. This will break up the little click that bullies a cast member off the show every season,” another fan added.
A fourth fan quipped, “You and Sutton brought this franchise back to life. You are correct. The four divas are not authentic. They are stale as well.”
This rumor isn’t that hard to believe, considering Garcelle claimed she wouldn’t return last season if Denise Richards didn’t return. She later backtracked on her comments and returned for season 11 of the show.
Since returning for her sophomore season, Garcelle has accused her co-stars of acting, claiming that the Beverly Hills Housewives are actors who don’t show who they “really” are.
“Everybody’s a great actor in this group; everybody should get an Academy Award. I think sometimes people put certain fronts up, and it’s not really who they are, so I think everybody deserves an Academy Award,” Garcelle told Entertainment Tonight in May.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs on Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Bravo.