After it was announced that Yolanda Hadid and Kathryn Edwards will no longer appear on the show, cameras have begun rolling for the seventh season of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."
Entertainment Tonight revealed that season 7 of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" started shooting at the end of June. But this time, only Lisa Vanderpump, Kyle Richards, Lisa Rinna, and Ericka Jayne will return for the show.
Yolanda announced her decision to leave the show on Instagram, saying that she wanted to exit the show gracefully. But a source told ET that the reason why Yolanda decided to quit after season 6 was her demotion from being a series regular to a friend of the housewives for season 7.
Kathryn, on the other hand, was axed from the show, according to a report of RadarOnline back in March. The publication also revealed that Bravo was seriously considering to fire Kyle and her sister Kim Richards from the show.
"The whole situation with the sibling drama between Kyle and Kim is getting old," the source said. "That really is Kyle's only storyline, so they may just invite Kim back."
But it appears like the source's information is false, since Kyle will still be a part of the regular housewives line-up next season.
While news remains scarce about the status of the production for season 7, Kyle appears to have prepared for the upcoming season by changing her hair color. Instead of the usual long, black locks that she sported all throughout the first six seasons, Kyle is now sporting slightly shorter hair with a lighter color.
The former child star debuted her new locks during a recent trip with her husband Mauricio Umansky to Cabo, Mexico, which was reportedly filmed for the seventh season of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."
Bravo has yet to announce the official premiere date of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" season 7.