Real Housewives is quite a stressful show to be in, just ask Erika Jayne. Garcelle Beauvais made history by being the first Black housewife in the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Sadly she also contemplated ending her legacy.
In a recent interview with ET, RHOB star Garcelle Beauvais admitted that she almost quit the show ahead of filming for the upcoming season. “I really thought about it,” she said, but Sutton Stracke saved the day. Thanks Sutton.
“Sutton really twisted my arm. I like doing it, it’s just sometimes it’s really tough. And so, I wanted to sort of weigh in with my family, I wanted to see where I was, and so we’ll go, we’ll keep going.”
Beauvais is going for a “No More Nice Guy” approach in Season 12. Beauvais revealed that if anyone tries to come at her she won’t hold herself back. “I’m not gonna come at you unless you come at me, so if you do, get ready, because I’m not playing anymore. No more Ms. Nice Guy!”. That is very feisty, not the Beauvais we’re used to seeing.
We’re glad that Beauvais has started to feel a sense of belonging with RHOBH. “The Real” talk show host mentioned that she finally feels like she is a part of the group after three seasons. “It’s a dance for me,” Beauvais remarked.
Although Beauvais will be back for season 12, it’s unclear just how many more seasons she’ll be a part of. She asserted that she doesn’t see RHOBH as a “Career thing”. She can’t tell if sees herself with the franchise in the long term.
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