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Real Housewives of Beverly Hills: Bravo releases season 7 trailer

Plus: Boy George, lavish trips, and Erika Jayne

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Richie Knapp/Bravo

Grab those diamond encrusted heels — it’s time to take a step back onto the high-class streets of 90210.

The debut trailer for season 7 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, released Tuesday, offers a fresh batch of drama and even a look at an addition to the cast.

For starters, Veteran players Lisa Vanderpump and Kyle Richards return to the hit Bravo reality series, and it seems their friendship is still back on track after previous seasons of turmoil. Meanwhile, returning members Lisa Rinna, Erika Girardi (a.k.a. Erika Jayne), and Eileen Davidson are back to either find the peace, or in Rinna’s case, reveal everyone’s secrets.

The newest addition to the cast, Dorit Kemsley, is a 40-year-old full-time mom and wife to English land developer and artist manager Paul “PK” Kemsley. The newcomer, who may have entered the cast through Vanderpump, has Boy George as a close friend and house guest, but she won’t be getting along quite as well with all the ladies. She is not a fan of the “enigma wrapped in a riddle and cash” known as Girardi, but the tease proves that Girardi won’t stand down from the newbie. “I don’t like bull s—, Dorit, and that’s what I think you are,” she says.

While not a full-time cast member, former series star Kim Richards returns for another battle with Rinna. The two continue to fight over the season 5 Amsterdam dinner, where Richards made claims about Rinna’s husband Harry Hamlin, and it seems that issue will never be resolved. “Let’s talk about your arrest,” said Rinna to Richards after another attempt to squash the fight.

It’s not all drama this season, as the ladies take several extravagant trips across the globe. Mexico, Greece, and China will act as backdrops for plenty of fighting and photo shoots this season.

Season 7 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills premieres Dec. 6 on Bravo.

Watch the trailer below.