They started on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, so it makes prefect sense that Brandi Glanville and Camille Grammer would move right along to guest starring on The CW’s completely unnecessary and totally awful remake of 90210. In the episode, which airs tonight and is entitled “Dude, Where’s My Husband?” (LOL), they play themselves. That’s all we know about the role, but it’s sort of all we need to know, as well, isn’t it?
Oh wait, here’s a synopsis from US Weekly:
The Hangover-inspired episode features AnnaLynne McCord’s Naomi Clark and her pals trying to piece together their night following a raucous booze-fueld bender. Recurring guest star Trevor Donovan also makes an appearance.
Wow, sounds… not worth watching. At all.
March 11, 2013 at 7:30 am by Jennifer
That’s not much of a shocker, I know. With Kelsey Grammer‘s general attitude, it’s not that hard to imagine that he wouldn’t be a gentle, loving father. Throw in that whole thing where he took his little baby to a Halloween party at the Playboy mansion, oh, and that thing where he wanted to Camille to have custody of their daughter while he had custody of their son, and I think it’s pretty much proven.
On one of Kelsey’s dad rules: “They’re not allowed to same my name in the house. These poor kids, my daughter and my son, can’t say my name in their father’s house. I think they can say ‘Mom’ or ‘The other household,’ But they can’t say my name. They can’t say ‘Camille.’ ”
On communicating with him: “It’s very difficult to co-parent with somebody that won’t speak to you, text you or email you,” she says. “I’ve reached out to him. I think it’s very important to be amicable to raise children, and he refuses to. There’s just so much I can do at this point.”
But do they ever talk? “It’s usually through lawyers. So, we are spending a fortune just to try to co-parent, which is ridiculous.”
Just to clarify, Camille and Kelsey have an 11-year-old daughter and an eight-year-old son, so it’s not like the kids are oblivious to this. It’s not like an 11-year-old won’t be weirded out when her did specifically tells her not to say her mom’s name. What a strange, awful man, that Kelsey Grammer.
Ok, now do you want to know something really strange? According to Camille, she and Kelsey aren’t officially divorced because he hasn’t signed the papers. And yeah, he’s married to his new lady too. I’m not sure how that works, but it probably doesn’t work that great. But if he managed to be legally married to two different women at the same time, can he go to jail? Please?
December 11, 2012 at 3:30 pm by Emily
Yes, I’m talking about that party at the Playboy Mansion that they brought their baby to, and no, the photo above is not from that. The photo above is from some event several months back. But this photo, this one right below this paragraph, the one I’m about to show you? This is what Kelsey Grammer and his lady love, Kayte Walsh, dressed up as for Halloween:
Kelsey said that he “threw together an uninspired Dracula,” which, yeah, but that Kayte was a witch, and that “her hat was missing as she had removed it because her wig was itching and it was hot.” But Kayte’s a blonde already, and even if she wasn’t, what would even be the point of wearing a wig? And what’s with that thing on her nose?
I just … I don’t even know. Yeah, this is the same thing that Avril Lavigne’s ex did, and that was weird too, but this is just downright creepy and uncomfortable. Maybe it’s because they made this questionable decision while making the questionable decision of bringing their little baby to a party at the Playboy Mansion, or maybe it’s because Kelsey absolutely refuses to stop talking smack about Camille in interviews. Either way, it’s really f-cking weird, and someone needs to school Kelsey on what kind of behavior is acceptable and what kind of behavior isn’t.
And just so this isn’t the last image you have of Halloween this year, here’s a photo of Neil Patrick Harris and his family:
November 2, 2012 at 2:30 pm by Emily
I just don’t ‘get’ some people. Take Kelsey Grammer, for instance. I just don’t understand how his third wife—you know, the Real Housewife, the stinky one—ever managed to incur so much ire and wrath from Kelsey Grammer.
But somehow she did, and even these days, even when Kelsey Grammer is trying to say lovey-dovey things about his latest wife, he invariably manages to end up talking about Wife #3, too, if accidentally. In October, he told Piers Morgan all about his divorce, all about how Real Housewives was his “parting gift to her.”
Most recently, on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Grammer copped to going on his first date with Kayte Walsh while he was yet a married man. He didn’t word-for-word say “I started dating my current wife six months before I filed for divorce from my last wife,” but it’s all in there anyway. Why? Why would this ever be a thing you would decide to share on television, even?
Kelsey Grammer has confessed that he began an affair with his new wife Kayte Walsh a full six months before splitting with Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Camille.
The Frasier star, 56, spoke out on Jimmy Kimmel Live about how he met and fell for the British flight attendant when she served him on a plane in December 2009.
He claimed that after meeting on the flight they spent a “magical night” together in London.
He told the chat show host: “We actually met in the air on a plane to England.
“It was very romantic, she was working on the plane.
“We went out for coffee several days later and had this magical night in the snow in London around Christmas time. It was two years ago.”
He did not tell his now ex-wife Camille, 43, who still goes by the name Grammer, that he wanted a divorce until June 2010, after a friend had informed her he was intending to leave.
The reality star claimed that Grammer then sent her a text message officially ending their relationship.
That’s, uh. That’s all really awful, actually. Not only did Kelsey Grammer probably cheat on Camille, he probably cheated all over Camille. Yuck.
What really ruffles me is how heroic Grammer lets himself feel about all this. “Oh, I decided to do the right thing and let Camille go. I let her go, but also I’d been seeing this flight attendant I met on a plane one time, and I married this new lady seven months after I filed for divorce.” Yeah! Affairs are totally OK when the marriage is “already over.” Hooray! That’s so heroic I could scream.
(Image via New York Daily News.)
January 7, 2012 at 10:00 am by Jenn
Camille asked for a divorce really almost the first day we were married. If you say you want a divorce enough times, you’re going to get one. I think what I was trying to do was sell it to myself. There was this small voice in the back of my head saying, ‘This isn’t going to work.’ But I stuck to it.
She married me because I was Frasier.
I have to tell you, the Real Housewives was my parting gift to her. It was my way of saying, ‘Look, you always wanted to be famous. Here you go.’ I remember having one conversation where I said, ‘Well, don’t worry about it. After the first season, you can do the Divorced Wives of Beverly Hills next season.
I think it would just be so gross and awful to marry Frasier though. Is that just me? And I’m not talking Kelsey Grammer, otherwise “gross and awful” would be a given, I’m talking the character of Frasier. I hate the hell out of that show, and I don’t think it has anything to do with the fact that sometimes it comes on instead of Golden Girls.
I know there’s a lot of negativity in this story, so let’s talk about a positive real quick: how sweet was it of Kelsey to let Camille do Real Housewives? What a gift! I’m sure she must be just ever so thankful, right?
October 19, 2011 at 4:30 pm by Emily
FROM: Kelsey Grammer
TO: Everybody in Kelsey Grammer’s Address Book
SUBJECT: Camille smells like beef jerkey
EMAIL TEXT: goodnight
Oh, no! Kelsey is so humiliated and completely sorry you received that email last night — the one with the subject line about how his ex-wife Camille smells like beef jerky — but he super-promises he wasn’t the one who sent it.
Eh. Sounds to me like somebody staggered home late at night, fired off a nonsensical email about his ex, and blacked out. Now that’s a story I can identify with.
Nonetheless, Page Six is reporting that Grammer was “hacked” by a “prankster.” That report conflicts with Grammer’s own version of the story, which is so much more banal: although the email account is in Grammer’s name, it’s a “shared account,” and “third parties” can access it.
Grammer emailed his contact list a curt non-apology, writing, “May I suggest it is ‘they’ who owe you an apology.” Did you read it in a haughty Frasier Voice? I know I did.
Whatever. Own your mistake, Kelsey Grammer! If you’re willing to sign your name to anything and everything your friends are sending from “your” email address, you obviously need to find better friends.
What I’m really saying is, stop giving all your passwords to this guy: