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Broken Promise: Kyle Richards Slams Garcelle Beauvais for Not Paying $5k Pledge to Her Charity

Pedro Marrero
Aug 31, 2020
05:00 P.M.
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The trailer for the virtual reunion for the 10th season of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” was very intense. During the two-minute clip, you can feel the tension between the women, who are claws ready for a new season.


Diamonds are back on the screen as fans will soon be able to enjoy a virtual reunion of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" in three parts.  The meeting was explosive as can be seen in the trailer shared in recent days by the BravoTV network on Instagram.

Garcelle Beauvais attends the premiere of "Emma" at DGA Theater in Los Angeles, California in February 2020. I Image: Getty Images.


In the short video, the housewives attack each other by playing hot topics. None escapes the claims of the others, including new housewife Garcelle Beauvais.

With the housewives all at home in their quarantine, it seems that this has given them the confidence to talk about issues that they had not touched on together and in person.



One of the hot topics that provoked bitter comments was the claim that Kyle Richards made against Beauvais during the clip. Apparently, the new housewife made a promise to Richards that she didn't keep.

Richards accused Beauvais of attending her charity event, lifting the paddle, and offering to donate $ 5,000 to charity, an amount she never paid. The shocked defendant's immediate response was of surprise. 



But that was not the only dispute that was outlined in the trailer as Denise Richards had something to say about her co-hosts.

Each of these ladies received the claim that the group is "mean" and "vicious", to which Lisa Rinna responded by commanding Richards to shut up. Then there was the critical comment to Dorit Kemsley from newcomer Sutton Stracke.

To wrap up the trailer, host Andy Cohen took a look at the events of this season, including the altercation between Kemsley and (Kyle) Richards. The latter accused Kemsley of wanting to take credit for her fashion show.



It was a matter of time before “RHOBH” enlisted an African-American actress in its cast, and the honor to be the first fell to Beauvais.

The actress seems to have found her place in reality and talk shows as she will also join the team of "The Real" in the place that Tamera Mowry-Housley left when she retired last July.

Fans of the show need not fear the news of the new co-host of the talk show that begins its seventh season this coming September. Beauvais has experience in this type of program, having previously spent two years on "Hollywood Today Live."



Beauvais, whose name is pronounced "gar-cell-boo-vey," is an actress and model with French roots. When she was 7 years old, she emigrated from her native Haiti with her parents and siblings to live in the United States. She is a divorced mother of three children. 

In terms of her acting career, Beauvais has participated in several productions for film and TV such as "NYPD Blue," "Merry Happy Whatever," "The Jamie Foxx Show," "Tell Me a Story," "Wild Wild West," "Coming to America," "Coming 2 America," and "Spider-Man: Homecoming."