The ladies of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” are returning for another season of the Bravo show, and ahead of the premiere, the network released the first trailer for the season, revealing a new cast member as well as the returning Housewives for season 7.
Veteran cast members Lisa Vanderpump, Lisa Rinna, Kyle Richards, and Eileen Davidson are back, as well as Erika Girardi, who made her debut in the previous season. Yolanda Hadid and Kathryn Edwards are out for the upcoming installment.
In the trailer, Lisa Vanderpump and Kyle appear to have their friendship back on track after a tumultuous sixth season wherein all the ladies bickered over Yolanda’s Lyme disease diagnosis. Meanwhile, Girardi continues to show her sexy side as she is seen in a rooftop photo shoot.
And while Kim Richards, who left the show after season 5 to work on her sobriety, won’t be a full-time Housewife this season, the former child star will appear in upcoming episodes of the Bravo series. It looks like Kim and Rinna will pick up where they left off as they bring up old issues in the promo clip. Kim talks about Rinna’s husband, Harry Hamlin, which angers the former soap star.
“I never said anything about your husband!” Kim says.
“Yes you did,” Rinna retorts. “Let’s talk about your arrest…”
Kyle doesn’t seem pleased with Rinna either, as she warns the soap star that she won’t like it if she messes with her. Later, Kyle tells the camera that, “Lisa Rinna needs to sew her [expletive] lips shut.”
Dorit Kemsley makes her debut as a Beverly Hills Housewife in the clip. Kemsley is a 40-year-old full-time mom and wife to English land developer and artist manager Paul “PK” Kemsley. She also happens to be a friend of Vanderpump’s. In the clip, it was revealed that the newcomer is close to singer Boy George, but she will be clashing with Girardi in the upcoming season.
Apart from all the bickering and the drama, the ladies will also get to go on three trips this season as they head to Mexico, Greece, and China.
“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” premieres Tuesday, Dec. 6 at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.