The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills starlets Joyce Giraud and Carlton Gebbia have been kicked off the set of RHOBH.
The sexy ice queen and the wicked witch of the west are both leaving the props on RHOBH. Real Housewives of Beverly Hills won’t be seeing Joyce Giraud and Carlton Gebbia anytime soon. And just to contemplate the fact that they had both hardly even spent one or two months on the reality TV show.
"Joyce Giraud and Carlton Gebbia have both been fired," muliple sources confirm to Us Weekly. "Decisions were made and Joyce and Carlton have been informed that they're not coming back," one show insider tells the mag.
Certain choices were made by the top brass and the result was that the twosome was waved a hurried goodbye. Giraud, 39, held the title of Miss Puerto Rico once upon a time. And Gebbia, 40, has a job as an interior designer.
The two had barely lasted a single season on RHOBH. But a source says that while they created drama this year, "Joyce and Carlton just didn’t resonate as much as the other ladies did. The fans didn't respond to them so it didn't make sense to keep them around."
Other veteran actresses on RHOBH include: Lisa Vanderpump, Kim and Kyle Richards, Brandi Glanville and Yolanda Foster. As for the third season leavers, they include: Adrienne Maloof, Taylor Armstrong and Camille Grammer.
Carlton is happily married to the famous businessman Gebbia and she has three kids. She had a pretty nasty tiff with Kyle Richards who taunted her for her derogatory comments about Jews and so the Wiccan placed a hex on her.
Meanwhile, Giraud is an actress and has two children from her husband who happens to be a producer. She too had some very serious spats with among others Glanville and Vanderpump.
Maybe due to these intense conflicts, which took up so much time and energy, the two stars were expelled from the platform. Otherwise things were going as usual. In fact, the program has a regular viewership and is very popular among the masses of the United States.
Both actresses said that while they were not very happy about leaving the show, all things happen for the best. If they were not meant to appear for another season the question is: so what? There were lots of other opportunities lying in the wide world for them to pounce upon.
"Joyce and Carlton are disappointed to not be returning but they understand that it's best for the show," the source tells PEOPLE. "They had a great run and both of them are happy with the opportunity."