'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Adrienne Maloof Returns to TV & Talks Missing the Show

Former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Adrienne Maloof said recently that she will make a return to TV and revealed exactly what she misses about the Bravo reality series. 

Maloof talked to Wetpaint Entertainment at the Bloomingdale's Century City Trunk Show Launch for her new jewelry line, the Beverly Hills Gypsy Collection. The former reality star said other than her new line, she is working on another TV show, but she would not disclose any additional details about the project. When asked why she chose to make the return to TV and what she misses most about it, she replied,  "There was some fun times."

"Some of the parties were extravagant and great, and when the girls are on, they're on and they're fun to be around. So that's what I miss," she added.  "I'm producing, directing, so I'm very versatile. I enjoy being in front of the camera. I do. But under the right circumstance, I think."

Out of all her former cast members, Maloof said she still keeps in touch with Camille Grammer. They have both gone through public divorces and Maloof said "we've relied on each other, and I actually have quite a bit of advice from her at points of my divorce." She also called Grammer "very supportive" and "a great friend."

Maloof also described a sense of family she has with the entire cast of the Bravo show. 

"When you do reality television, especially a show like Housewives, you don't really know what you're getting into until you get into it," she said. "And the only other women that understand are the women that are on the show. So in that sense, there's the camaraderie. When you have a difficult day or you're having a tough scene, whatever it might be, they understand."

The one thing Maloof said she does not miss from the Housewives series in the cattiness, which she said, "that can get a little much for me, but I'm strong." 

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