Former "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Camille Grammer could be replaced by mother of three, Yolanda Hadid, if the former model decides to accept Bravo TV's offer to join the cast.
"I'm not there yet, I'm thinking about it. I'm not sure that's what I want to do," Hadid told Star Magazine.
Hadid, who recently married Canadian musician David Foster, was reportedly approached by Bravo TV executives to join the reality TV show's season 3 cast after it was revealed that Grammer, 42, would not be returning.
"It's a big decision to make! I'm taking this week to think about it," Hadid explained.
Grammer, who had been on the "RHOBH" since 2010, recently announced that she would not be returning to the show, which immediately prompted speculation that she was fired.
The mother of two spoke out against the rumors, to clarify that she had in fact made the decision not to return.
"I was not fired! I didn't want to expose my personal life so much anymore. I had done that and was over that. I care very much for my family and children and that show tends to take me away from them. I really want to focus on them right now," Grammer told the Huffington Post.
Since filing for divorce from actor, Kelsey Grammer, in 2010, the former dancer has been faced with an on-going bitter divorce settlement, which helped boost the show's ratings in 2011.
In an episode where Grammer revealed that Kelsey wanted a divorce, ratings soared with the showing attracting "2.31 million total viewers and 1.48 million adults [ages] 18-49, making it the No. 1 telecast among adults 18-49 versus all cable competition in the timeslot," according to TV By The Numbers.
While Grammer's dramatic personal life undoubtedly increased "RHOBH" viewership, she has now decided to keep it private.
"Camille doesn't need to be on the show and she turned down the offer. She thanked the producers for putting her on the show and she is moving on with her life," a source told Radar Online.