'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' will return for Season 2. Camille and Kim, too?

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Bravo just premiered the newest season of "The Real Housewives of Orange County" and it just made us miss the women with the real money to burn, "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." And now we hear the whole cast has signed on for Season 2!

According to RadarOnline.com sources, Bravo is bringing back the entire cast including Camille Grammer - who has been vocal about being undecided about returning to the show. 

"Camille was on the fence and really didn't know if she wanted all her business exposed for a second time especially after her painful divorce," sources say. "She thought about it and re-thought about it before coming to the conclusion that she'd return for a second season."

And Kim Richards will apparently return, as well, despite the emotional ride of Season 1 and being admitted into rehab after the show ended shooting. But, it sounds like she needed some incentive.

"Kim went to the production team demanding more money for Season 2," sources told the site. "I believe she felt that since her drinking problem was exposed and some personal family issues were unearthed she'd use that as leverage to get more money. Who knows? Perhaps she needs the cash more than any other housewives."

Zap2it has contacted Bravo for confirmation or a statement, but it wasn't able to respond by the posting of this article. We'll post when or if they do.

If the news is true, we couldn't be happier to welcome all the girls back. Absence and the O.C. girls make the heart grow fonder for the real green.
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