“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” season 5 is a ways off, but securing the cast isn’t. The women begin filming in a few months for next season’s airing of Bravo’s reality series and a lot of rumors are going around as to which ladies will be let go on the show and who could be joining it.
TMZ reported this week that it’s almost a for-sure thing that newcomers Carlton Gebbia and Joyce Giraud will be let go from the show. Their storylines haven’t brought much to the show, and ratings for “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” season 4 have been down.
None of this has been officially confirmed, but by the looks of it, viewers shouldn’t expect them to be on the show next season.
RadarOnline reports, however, that Lisa Vanderpump and Yolanda Foster want Shiva Safai to join “Real Housewives” with them. Shiva is engaged to Mohammed Hadid — Yolanda’s ex-husband. Yolanda and Shiva get along great and don’t let the past bother them.
A source told Radar:
“Shiva is not only gorgeous, but she is a true class act. Everyone loves her. In fact, despite being divorced from Mohammed, Yolanda encouraged him to marry Shiva. Yolanda and Mohammed have remained very close after their divorce because they have three children together.
“Lisa would love to have Shiva on the show because they are friends, and as viewers know, she isn’t popular with other ladies and could use another ally!”
Mohammed has been on the show a lot in season 4 with Yolanda. Many visits have been seen at his home when it comes to the children he has with Yolanda. Recently they just had a big going away party for their oldest daughter — Gigi Hadid — at Mohammed’s palatial house before she moved to New York. How does he feel about his fianee going on “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” for season 5?
The source said Mohammed told “Shiva to do the show, only if she wants to. She is such a nice lady, she might not have what it takes to deal with all of the drama and backstabbing.”
It does seem to be a prerequisite to be a backstabbing person in order to be on these types of shows.