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Stars Attending 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Premiere Party

October 12, 2010 (8:17 am) GMT
The first season, which will debut on Bravo in a few days time, is starring Paris Hilton's aunts and other wives who have brushed with fame in Hollywood.

Few days away from the debut of "" on Bravo TV, the cast which include 's two aunts were gracing the red carpet to promote the reality show. In order to pull up the level of interest, Paris, her sister and mother Kathy Hilton came to the viewing party on Monday, October 11 night.

Paris' aunts Kyle and Kim Richards are two of the women whose lives are captured on camera in the new installment. The others are 's ex-wife Camille Grammer, capitalist Russell Armstrong's wife Taylor Armstrong, a Brit restaurateur Lisa Vanderpump, and businesswoman Adrienne Maloof-Nassif.

"We cast women with very strong points of view and something to say," Bravo's senior vice president for original programming and development, Andy Cohen told NY Times. "We cast women who are going to let us into their lives and let us into what they're thinking and be unfiltered. We don't cast women who are going to edit themselves."

Coming to support the premiere party held at Trousdale, Hollywood was who wore a simple black dress, her signature detached sleeves and thigh-high boots.

"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" premieres Thursday, October 14 on Bravo.



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