PHOTOS: The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills Premiere Party At The Roosevelt Hotel In L.A.!

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills celebrated their Season 3 Premiere at The Roosevelt Hotel, Sunday night, and they got a sneak peek of the new season! However, we have to wait until November 5th! All the ladies were there; Taylor Armstrong, Kyle Richards, Kim Richards, Lisa Vanderpump (and of course Giggy), Brandi Glanville, Camille Grammer, Adrienne Maloof, and of course new cast members, Yolanda Foster, and Marisa Zanuck! Take a look at photos of the ladies below, and check out their stunning dresses! Click on a picture to enlarge!

           

Tell Us- What do you think of the ladies attire? Are you excited for RHOBH Season 3?

Photo Credit: Splash News

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2 Replies to “PHOTOS: The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills Premiere Party At The Roosevelt Hotel In L.A.!”

  1. Kyle’s dress is way too frumpy! Adrian’s dress is absolutely stunning, while Lisa looks like she arrived from a wedding. Was Lisa’s frock a bridesmaids gown recycled?

    Someone forgot to advise Brandi to dress for the event, she looks out of place in that black dress which is just above the knee. Camille is so beautiful in Red, yet the green emerald on Taylor looked like a Vegas showgirl gown.

  2. Kyle annoys me with the coasntnt playing with her hair, twirling it like a helicopter, but I keep seeing people say this, and my question is, what does any one’s age have to do with the length of their hair ? I have always had long hair, am over 40 and will continue to always have long hair. When I hit 30 a family member asked me when I was ever going to wear my hair age appropriately.If I want to be a grey haired (which I am not yet) granny (which I am) with a silver braid down below my behind isn’t that my choice to make? This isn’t meant for you personally Mary, it is just a general question about what I hear all of the time. I really don’t understand the concept of when you reach a certain age you have to wear short hair.

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