'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' season 7 news: Housewives reportedly want to be 'better women' in upcoming season

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Production on season 7 of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” is ongoing, and it was reported that some of the ladies have been spotted filming new episodes for the new installment of the Bravo show. Last season, the ladies engaged in a few fights most of which were related to Yolanda Hadid’s health condition but now that the show is heading for a new season, a report has claimed that the Housewives want to avoid all the drama from the past and are determined to become “better women” in season 7.

A source told Radar Online that the last few seasons have been “very dramatic” for a lot of the ladies, as the show put the spotlight on Kim Richards’ sobriety struggles, Hadid’s Lyme disease, and the family feud between Kim and sister Kyle Richards.

“The one common thing in the new season between all of them is that they really do want to become better women,” said the insider.

Bravo has yet to announce who among the original cast members will be returning for season 7, but according to reports, Kyle, Lisa Vanderpump, Erika Jayne, and Lisa Rinna have all been asked to return. Eileen Davidson is allegedly being asked to come back not as a main cast member, but as a friend of the Housewives. Kathryn Edwards, who made her Housewives debut in season 6, was reportedly not given a contract. Meanwhile, Hadid has previously said that she will not be returning to the franchise.

It was rumored that Brandi Glanville and Kim will be returning in some capacity for season 7. The two guest starred in a few episodes last season, with Kim fresh from her legal woes and recent rehab stay.

Us Weekly reported that a new Housewife will be joining the show and sources close to Vanderpump said that the Bravo series is adding Dorit Kemsley to the cast. Kemsley, who is a fellow Brit of the restaurateur, is married to businessman Paul Kemsley and the two are parents to a one-year-old son.

“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” season 7 is expected to premiere later this year on Bravo.