While "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" gained a new cast member, they lost one too.
She openly addressed the situation while responding to fan tweets on Thursday.
"I wasn’t asked back. It’s fine,” Grammer, 50, tweeted to her followers. “I did my time on the show. And it’s Kyles show.”
Camille gave fans insight into the situation even more when they began firing questions her way.
When one fan said she should have quit back in June when Lisa Vanderpump did, Grammer responded "Agreed."
She followed that up with writing, “My biggest regret was showing up for the reunion. I talked to LVP about this yesterday.”
Another follower wrote they couldn't believe she wasn't asked back and Grammer pointed the finger back at Kyle.
“It was [was] up to Kyle. I’m really fine. After the reunion I didn’t want to come back. It was an awful experience," she responded.
But Grammer didn't just air out the cast's dirty laundry, she also gave her input on their newest cast member, Garcelle Beauvais.
"Garcelle is lovely. I think she will make a wonderful addition to the cast. She is classy and sweet," she stated.
As we reported, Bravo made the announcement that the actress would join the "RHOBH" next season.
Beauvais is the first black female to ever be cast on the show.
“The Jamie Foxx Show" actress couldn't hold back her excitement about joining the cast.
"It's Official!!" she tweeted. "Proud to represent."