She made a brief appearance on the show's fourth season, when O. You can follow her life now on Twitter and Instagram. Tenure: Four seasons, guest appearances Tagline: "I was poor, I was rich, I was poor again, and you know what?
Kimberly still lives in Chicago with her husband and two kids and uses her "Bravolebrity" status to help out Chicagoland charities.
A press release issued by the network noted that the series was inspired by the scripted soap operas Desperate Housewives and Peyton Place, and would document the lives of upper-class women who "lead glamorous lives in a picturesque Southern California gated community where the average home has a $1.6 million price tag and residents include CEOs and retired professional athletes." Its original main housewives were Kimberly Bryant, Jo De La Rosa, Vicki Gunvalson, Jeana Keough and Lauri Waring (now Peterson).
Bryant left after the first season, and was replaced by Tammy Knickerbocker beginning with the second season.
But just because you remove yourself from the marriage doesn’t mean you’ve removed yourself from the show.
Post-divorce, Williams continued to drag Stewart’s name through the mud by addressing the homosexual rumors that have followed the former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback for years.
because producers believed she had a compelling storyline. She was dating 54-year-old Jeff Beitzel, COO of an Irvine-based tech company who was terminally ill (Beitzel passed away in 2008).