‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’: Joyce Giraud and Carlton Gebbia Asked to Leave?

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By Tarun Mazumdar | February 27, 2014 4:12 PM EST

Producers of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" are ready to dismiss two wives from the show. TMZ reported that the producers want to fire two cast members because they are not exciting for the show.

Sources tell the media site, there are 95% chances that Carlton Gebbia and Joyce Giraud won't return for season 5 of "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." The producers believe that Carlton and Joyce are not interested in the show's story lines, and they are not up for the crucial spots in the cast.

During the reunion show earlier this month, Carlton and Joyce looked uninterested while other wives showcased great chemistry. They both were outsiders during reunion.

However, Carlton Gebbia is willing to come back for season 5 of "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" if the producers ask her.

Sources inform TMZ, producers are looking for replacements.  

"Real Housewives of Beverly Housewives" went to Puerto Rico on Monday and Carlton Gebbia didn't go there, in fact she was not in the episode at all.

Joyce Giraud vs. Brandi Glanville

Meanwhile, Joyce Giraud spoke about Brandi Glanville's racial remarks. She is upset over Brandi's racial comments. It all started when Brandi called Joyce a "black person." Well, that comment was not all, she appeared on "Bethenny" and said Joyce is a "little anorexic Chihuahua."

"Brandi has the mind of a 12-year-old mean girl in the body of a 45-year-old woman," tells Joyce to Popdust. Joyce mentions that though Brandi hates that people call her a racist, but she continues her racist remarks.

"Calling a Latina a chihuahua isn't less racial than saying black people can't swim," says Joyce, adding, "She thinks she is funny, but she fails to realize that she has zero comedic timing."

She says that Brandi is a woman with no limits whatsoever. 

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