Jennifer Flavin and Brandi Glanville are both in talks to join the cast of the show for the second season, according to Entertainment Weekly. Bravo would not confirm the report, but both women could replace Camille Grammer, who reportedly isn't interested in returning to the show. (During Tuesday's reunion special, she told Bravo's Andy Cohen she was still deciding.)now engaged to country singer LeAnn Rimes. Although Bravo hasn't officially announced a second season for Beverly Hills, the show's strong ratings all but guarantee its return.
Meanwhile, the New York Post reports that Grammer may appear on the now-delayed season of Real Housewives of New York as she pursues her divorce. Producers haven't asked her to be a part of the show, but cast member Jill Zarin has asked Grammer to hang out with the New York ladies, according to the Post.
Real Housewives of New York was slated to premiere on Feb. 15, but has been pushed back to spring to make room for the premiere of the franchise's latest entry, The Real Housewives of Miami.