Part two of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion went from 0 to 100 real quick, when Camille Grammer lost it and ended up storming off set.
Leading up to the moment, things were already getting heated between Grammer and the rest of the women over multiple arguments. However, it was when Grammer called Dorit Kemsley "fake" and "phony," and then let it slip that all of the women were only invited to her wedding because of "production," that things really started to go south.
"I didn't want to invite any of you ladies to my wedding, honestly," said Grammer, who was upset with all of them for being disrespectful and talking negatively about her following the wedding.
When Denise Richards, who remained pretty neutral throughout this season, asked Grammer why she was getting so angry, Grammer really exploded. "Denise, shut up," Grammer yelled at Richards, before saying multiple times to the rest of the group, "I don't like her." Yet another argument exploded amongst the ladies, until Richards warned Grammer, "Honest to God, you need to go take a second because this is not good." Grammer was completely taken aback and, after a few seconds of silence, stated, "So this is truly a setup. This is truly a setup. I'm done. I'm done." All of the housewives, including host Andy Cohen, were totally confused as Grammer then stood up and started ripping her microphone off of herself. As Grammer stormed off set, Richards asked, "Is she on something?"
Grammer really wasted no time getting the heck out of there and even began unzipping her dress before she was fully off camera. Prior to the episode airing, Grammer warned her followers on Twitter, saying she wasn't looking forward to Tuesday night's show and that it was an embarrassing moment for her.
A teaser for next week's episode, shows Grammer telling Cohen, "I can't figure out what Denise's issue with me is," to which Cohen responded, "You just said you didn't like her and that she's boring." Grammer then agreed, saying, "She was kind of a wah-wah this year."
We can't wait to see how this unfolds.