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The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills Season 7 Update: Who's In And Who's Out? — Plus New Details On Dramatic New Season Revealed!

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills are currently filming their seventh season, while there's  not a lot of information regarding the upcoming new season, a new source is revealing juicy details about the new season of the Bravo hit reality series, check it out below!

According to a source close to production, the upcoming season is going to be nastier than ever before!

"It has become really clear to Lisa [Vanderpump] throughout her time on the show who her real friends are and who her enemies are" the source told Radar Online. "People really have shown her their true colors."

As viewers saw last season, there was some bad blood between Yolanda Hadid and Vanderpump and also between the Richards sisters. However, the source told Radar that "they have all decided to just let it go. They do not want any of the drama from last season to carry over into this season."

Lisa Rinna became Hadid's worst nightmare this past season after Rinna accused the former Dutch model of playing up the pain she was in due to her battle with Lyme's Disease! Who will she choose to pick on this time with Hadid not around?

"The last couple of seasons have been very dramatic for a lot of the ladies," said the source, adding, "The one common thing in the new season between all of them is that they really do want to become better women."

As we previously reported, Dorit Kemsley has signed on the the Bravo hit show as the new full time cast member. Dorit is also a Brit, who is close friends with Lisa Vanderpump. She has been spotted filming a lot with the cast, in particular with LVP and Kyle Richards.

Despite downgraded rumors, Eileen Davidson is returning to RHOBH as a full-time cast member for Season 7, which was confirmed by LVP via Twitter.

As we previously reported, Yolanda Hadid and Kathryn Edwards will NOT be returning next season. Hadid took to Instagram to announce her departure from the Bravo hit reality series.

"I would have loved a more graceful exit then "Season 6" but sometimes we don't get to control the ending of the chapters in our life............ I am leaving what's over without denying its past importance in my life," wrote Yolanda.

She continued: "I believe that every exit is an new entry and with that in mind I say goodbye to my @Bravotv Family as I continue to focus on a my recovery, my children and bring back the privacy within our Home........... Thank you to all the fans for your love and unwavering support these past 4 years."

She added: "I am grateful for the housewife experience and all it has thought me. I'am excited about this choice and look forward to the next chapter of my life.................. #RHOBH #TimeToSayGoodbye with #Gratitude @evolutionusa @bravoandy @bravotv #WWHL"

Meanwhile, Edwards told People. "I walk away from it all with great feelings. I have no regrets at all."

"It was definitely an adventure for me. I really am kind of a private person," she continues. "It really just comes down to the time and what I value the most. I value those times with my husband and our friends. And I really didn't want to miss another year. It's nice to be able to live life."

Despite confirming their exits, it has been rumored that Hadid left the show after she was reportedly downgraded from full-time to a friend, and for Edwards, she reportedly was not asked back.

As for seeing some OG's return to RHOBH in Season 7, it could be a possibility, especially for Camille Grammer and Kim Richards.

“I don't know. We'll see, we'll see. You gotta talk to Andy [Cohen] about that. We gotta talk to the higher ups,” Camille Grammer told Entertainment Tonight. Grammer hasn’t been a full-time cast member since 2013, but has made guest appearances in almost every season since.

She admitted that her guest appearances are kind of the “perfect gig,” because she gets to come in and have fun, but escape the drama.

As for the turtle loving Kim Richards, her sister Kyle hinted about Kim's possible return for Season 7.

"I think she is [returning,]" Kyle told E! News. "I can't confirm that, but I would like to see her back and I know a lot of people would." The younger Richards sister believes that appearing on the series actually helps Kim as she struggles with her sobriety. It gives her purpose and accountability and somewhere to be every day," she added. "I feel like it was a good thing for my sister."

As for what's to come in Season 7, Kyle teased that dynamtic has "shifted" all thanks to new cast member.

"Each season, someone new seems to come in and shake things up a bit, so we do have a little shift this season and it's interesting," Kyle told E! News. "Well, it's new. You never know," she said. "In the beginning, it's always great, and then later, you're like, 'Oh my god, this is a nightmare!'"

Returning are Kyle Richards, Lisa Vanderpump, Lisa Rinna, Eileen Davidson and Erika Girard will be joined by newbie Dorit Kemsley, who hasn't been confirmed as an official cast member by Bravo, but sources close to production have leaked the news.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is set to return later this year on Bravo.

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