The cast of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills attended a fundraiser Wednesday night held by Kyle Richards and the two women rumored to join the show talked about what the Bravo series may have been "lacking" in past seasons.
The network has yet to officially confirm that Joyce Giraud and Carlton Gebbia will join the reality series' season 4 cast but sources previously said they in fact will be on the show when it airs later in 2013. At the charity event and fashion show held at the Kyle By Alene Too boutique, the women spoke to TooFab briefly about the Bravo series, though not confirming or denying their presence in the upcoming season (they are contractually obligated not to comment on the respective topic).
Giraud, 38, is a two-time Miss Puerto Rico winner and was the second runner up in the 1998 Miss Universe pageant. If she joins the cast she will be the first pageant contestant to be on the show, but she thinks the series is not lacking anything - or needing something new - when taking into account past seasons.
She also talked about the possibility of joining the show, explaining what she has to offer.
"I think the cast is full of amazing women that are all different that all have something to bring to the table," she said. "They're all empowering women, they're all entrepreneurs so I think it's an amazing cast. If I was to join, I would simply be myself because I think you are the best you can be."
"If I'm just myself then that's what they're lacking," she added.
When Gebbia was asked how she thinks the show was lacking, she would not comment at all on the subject. The former TV actress remained tight-lipped on the entire Housewives topic but said about Lisa Vanderpump that she has "met her before."
"I like her," Gebbia said about the Housewives star. "She's fun, she's sassy."