Camille Grammer made her scripted television debut last night on the CBS show '$#*! My Dad Says,' where she guest starred as, well, herself.
"My character Camille is a basically a parody on myself, obviously, from Housewives of Beverly Hills," she told TV Squad. "Just making fun of it, you know, making fun of all the quirky things I do and say."
Her divorce from Kelsey Grammer was finalized last week, though their financial settlement has not yet been determined. Kelsey plans to remarry British flight attendant Kayte Walsh in as little as two weeks.
"I don't want to be involved with the wedding, not at all. But I don't begrudge him his happiness," she told People yesterday. She plans to spend Kelsey's wedding night at her daughter Mason's talent show.
Could this be the start of a career in scripted television for the tumultuous 'Housewife,' who has not yet said if she'll be re-joining the Beverly Hills cast for season two?
"I'm not pursuing this," she told E! Online. "But I have to say, my experience was very enjoyable and of course it would be something I would love to do. It's so much fun to work with such talented people and be involved in the creative process."
WATCH as Camille portrays a larger-than-life "Real Divorcée of San Diego," purchasing a home after her divorce.
Despite not mentioning Kyle Richards, whom she had multiple confrontations with on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, at any other point in last night's show, Camille spares her no niceties at the end of her mock "confessional," telling her, "Suck it."