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The Bride Of Chucky Takes Beverly Hills! Jennifer Tilly Is Joining The Cast Of RHOBH!

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Longtime viewers of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills better brace themselves for some new faces next season! After three seasons on screen in Bravo‘s high-end universe, RHOBH star Crystal Kung Minkoff has departed.

Her fiery rival and one-season-wonder Annemarie Wiley is gone, too. And taking their place are two new women with interesting histories!

The first is former Netflix exec Bosom Saint John. But the OTHER one is the big news here!

It’s Jennifer Tilly!!! Related: Lisa Vanderpump Shades The Hell Outta Dorit Kemsley! Ouch! That’s right!

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