“I wasn’t asked back. It’s fine,” Grammer said in a since-deleted tweet (via People) on Thursday. “I did my time on the show. And it’s Kyles show,” she added, referring to longtime cast member Kyle Richards.
Grammer — whose Hawaiian wedding to David C. Meyer and fallout with co-stars amid drama with Lisa Vanderpump was captured by Bravo cameras this season — got candid on social media when fans inquired about her status on the show.
“What made the show work was the main cast being Lisa and Kyle,” she wrote. “KR needed Lisa to balance her anxiety and keep it classy. Now w/Teddi involved KR acts immature. It’s not good for the show.”
She also agreed with various fans who said she should be paid more and not only welcomed back fulltime but given a prime seat next to Andy Cohen at the next reunion.
“I agree, but that is not going to happen. Thanks for your support tho,” she said.
Speaking of the reunion, where Grammer notoriously stormed offset while undoing her dress, the blond beauty also said that the rest of the cast ostracized her and prepared to go against her before the big day.
“They are all on a group text,” she wrote. “I was removed from the group text weeks before the reunion. They prepared their canned answers for the reunion. So what are they going to plan/ stage in the future. Nothing authentic I’m sure from my experience filming the reunion.”
She also said in a deleted tweet captured by People that the reunion was “an awful experience.”
For the future, she wished newbie Garcelle Beauvais well following Thursday’s casting announcement.
“Garcelle is lovely. I think she will make a wonderful addition to the cast. She is classy and sweet,” she said.
Socialite Sutton Stracke is also joining the ladies of Beverly Hills next season.
Amid Grammer’s Twitter spree and claim that it’s Richards’ show, a source told Page Six that cast members are “not the decision-makers in the casting process.”
Bravo had no comment.