She’s ready for round 2.
Garcelle Beauvais is returning for her second season as a full-time cast member on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”
“I am returning to the ‘Housewives,’ yes,” she told “Entertainment Tonight” this week. “You know, you gotta be a little, a little brave. A little scared. A little ready. I mean, it’s all those things, and I say it with a laugh because I’m ready, but you’re never really ready.”
Beauvais, 53, said she recognizes that “Housewives” historically have a tougher time on the show during their second run as opposed to their first season, which she admits she is “afraid of.”
“I sort of got a warning from Ms. [Lisa] Rinna, so we’ll see,” she added. “I’m ready, though, bring it.”
Denise Richards, Beauvais’ pal and “RHOBH” ally, announced in September that she was leaving the Bravo series after a very dramatic second season.
Beauvais told “ET” in response to Richards’ exit, “I’m sad about it. “I really wish she wouldn’t leave the franchise. I think she’s great. I think she brings a lot. I think the fans obviously love her and root for her, so I’m really sad about it.”
However, the “Coming to America” star added that while she’ll miss her pal during filming, they will be in touch because they “always talk.”
Kyle Richards, Lisa Rinna, Dorit Kemsley, Erika Jayne, and Sutton Stracke are also set to return for the upcoming Season 11. Teddi Mellencamp’s contract was not renewed.