Camille Grammer isn’t shy about spilling secrets from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Since being fired from the reality television program, she isn’t feeling a sense of loyalty to those she left behind.
Recently, she took to social media to let everyone who cared to know that several of her castmates routinely used an old trick to get the cameras to turn off. The cameras didn’t off for long. However, the trick allowed RHOBH stars to gain time to collect themselves.
Bravosnarkside caught Grammer’s comments in a thread. She claimed that her castmates, including Kyle Richards, routinely yelled out “Bravo, Bravo” or “Hi Andy” when they wanted to pause filming.
Grammer claimed those words gave people a chance to get a few minutes with the cameras off. She made it clear there were several people in the show who did it.
After Grammer was asked why anyone did that, she made it clear she didn’t have an answer. However, she named Richards specifically as someone who did it quite a bit.
Camille Grammer’s spilling the tea
The reality TV star said Richards was, in fact, one who played “that card” the most. She didn’t specify who else did it. She also agreed with the fan who replied to her that she didn’t understand why it worked.
Grammer has been shedding quite a bit of light on the inner workings of her former program over the summer. The “Bravo Bravo” trick has gotten the most attention, because of it explicitly breaking the fourth wall.
Breaking the ‘Bravo’ code
Back in July, Page Six cracked the code on just why The Real Housewives said things like “Hi Andy” and “Bravo Bravo” in the middle of a shoot. Kyle Richards, Erika Girardi, Teddi Mellencamp, Sutton Stracke and Dorit Kemsley discussed the origins of the phrase on a RHOBH after show.
They talked about it after Denise Richards used it during an especially stressful dinner party. She was accused of having an affair with Brandi Glanville and wanted out of the situation. Denise shouted the phrase in other clips. All of those clips were cut. They later aired in flashback episodes.
Kyle said “Bravo Bravo” first surfaced in the first season of the program.
“All of us, we’d like, use that time to quickly like you know put a little powder because it’s not like we have, you know, glam!”
Grammar said she saw people using the phrase even when they didn’t need to touch up their makeup. It was more than Denise who paused uncomfortable conversations with the little trick.
Now that part of the show’s secret is out, it will be interesting to see if Camille Grammer and others continue going that route. Or if the program’s producers might stop letting them have that out.
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