Armstrong has long felt Grammer violated her trust by telling the reality show cameras that Taylor was being abused by her late ex-husband Russell Armstrong, who committed suicide in August after filming had wrapped. Armstrong told Grammer that in confidence, and felt that Grammer publicly revealing the information put her and her daughter in more danger.
And when Camille's friend Dee Dee urged Taylor to fix her friendship with Camille and criticized her for not returning her calls, Armstrong lost it. "I have been her friend ... I have never hurt her. I have never hurt her! She has hurt me so much! You have no idea" Camille screamed, crying and becoming increasingly irate.
At a séance the psychic tells Camille that not only are her grandparents' spirits in attendance, but also that they're celebrating her divorce and want her to as well: "When it's all finally done, you have a party, okay? They want you to celebrate."
Then Camille's grandmother allegedly tells the psychic that not only does Camille have a great new man hovering in the wings, but that he also "swings the right way." Whatever could she mean by that? We're not sure, but Kyle Richards thinks she does. Laughing, she says "at least you won't have to share your shoes with anybody. Or your underwear!"
Since the divorce, both Kelsey and Camille have moved on with new relationships. Kelsey married British flight attendant Kayte Walsh in February, two weeks after his divorce was finalized. Meanwhile, Camille has been out-and-about with 35-year-old bankruptcy lawyer Dimitri Charalambopoulos. But just because these two have moved on romantically doesn't mean they'll stop rehashing the past.
After all, it's been pretty ugly from the start.
"I thought that was a nice parting gift, as parting gifts go," Wendy joked. She then said that she's "forgiven" Kelsey for their awkward TV breakup after watching the latest season of 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.' It's made her realize that there's two sides to every story."
The strain of having their lives as ongoing tabloid fodder clearly seems to be taking its toll on Kelsey.
Even as Camille divulged new details about their marriage earlier this week, he was reportedly seeking a gag order to prevent her from allowing their young children to talk to reporters.
Now it's been reported that he lost it backstage at an Australian TV show and launched into a foul-mouthed rant after being asked about his ex-wife and 'The Real Housewives' live on air.
The reality star seemed to take everything in stride, but now she's speaking out about what went wrong and how things ended with Kelsey.
In an interview with TV Guide Magazine, Camille said Kelsey showed no remorse about the end of their marriage.
"[Kelsey became] a different person than the one I was married to," Camille said. "I said, 'We've been together 14 years. How can you just throw us away?' And he said, 'Fourteen? Oh, that's just a number.' I said, 'What about our kids?' and he said 'They'll get over it.' He was very cruel. He even said, 'I feel no remorse.'"
Now, she's jumping into that world again -- for a little while at least -- starting with a guest-starring role on '$#*! My Dad Says' Thursday, Feb. 17, at 8:30PM ET on CBS. And in this exclusive video, she told us that shooting the role was an "incredible" experience.
"My character Camille is a basically a parody on myself, obviously, from 'Housewives of Beverly Hills,'" she said. "Just making fun of it, you know, making fun of all the quirky things I do and say."
According to TV Guide, Grammer will play a version of herself in the season finale.
Her character's name is Camille and she's a recently divorced reality star who goes house-hunting with Bonnie (Nicole Sullivan) and Vince (Will Sasso) on her reality show, which takes place in the fictional '$#*!' world.
Kyle scoffs at the remark and counters, "You say things that aren't true, Camille. You've done it to yourself ... I thought that you'd be a great addition because of the way you look, because of your beautiful homes."
Kelsey Grammer Asks for Divorce But Includes Camille at Tonys to Avoid Questions on 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' (VIDEO)
"Kelsey put me up in a hotel suite, and I wasn't allowed in our apartment," says Camille. "He might be trading me in for a new model, I don't know." But she's fairly confident that she knows the reason behind her presence there.
Camille Grammer went on 'The Early Show' (Weekdays, 7AM on CBS) this morning to discuss her divorce from actor Kelsey Grammer and her time on 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.' Grammer said it was emotionally draining to go through a break-up while being filmed.
"To have to play it out on a reality TV show is, again, surreal," she said. "It's hard to show up for camera and be camera-ready when you're crying the night before."
She said she had been reluctant to do 'Housewives,' but Kelsey encouraged her to do it, hoping it would give her something of her own. When asked if Kelsey may have had ulterior motives, Camille said, "I can't speak for him, but maybe, now, looking back."
She also said that some of the settlement numbers reporteded in the tabloids have been "exaggerated," and that she would like child support and spousal support from Kelsey.
Ellen and Camille Grammer Work Out Together and Talk About Camille's Messy Divorce From Kelsey (VIDEO)
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Grammer has no interest in participating in a second season of the reality series -- if Bravo orders one.
Throughout the current season, the soon-to-be ex-wife of 'Frasier' star Kelsey Grammer has been involved in a polarizing war of words with fellow castmate Kyle Richards.
Faye Resnick and Camille Grammer Ignite a Massive Dinner Party Argument on 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills'
Wow. Even without the slightly odd dinner guests, having this many 'Housewives' in the same room at the same time can't possibly be a good idea. And this turns out to be the case, as the ladies get pretty tipsy and start screaming at one another.
They're "done" with each other. Headed towards divorce. Foaming with passive aggression. Pulling weaves. Hitting poles. They are the beloved stars of Bravo's 'Real Housewives' franchise.
These ladies love to fight, whether woman vs. woman, group of women vs. woman, woman vs. man or man vs. inanimate object.
Here are our top 'Housewives' feuds of 2010.