Camille Grammer definitely wins the title for Most Changed Housewife this season. Last season was all about the turmoil in her life and the enemies she made. This season, Camille is probably best known for being one of the most likable cast members, the most fashionable, and the least dramatic. She even became almost heroic when she blurted out that Taylor told all the women that Russell beat her.
Other than that outburst, Camille's role this season hasn't been as significant as last year. When she is on, things are mainly peaceful. Camille took her newfound persona onto the Today Show today, Tuesday, January 10, to talk about the show.
Camille maintains that she thinks she's a good person, so the second season Camille is a better depiction of who she is in real life than season one Camille. As for the primary drama this season, Taylor and Russell's fallen marriage and Russell's eventual suicide, Camille reveals that she initially thought season two shouldn't air. However, she eultimately had no say in it, and eventually came to agree with the decision Bravo made to air it.