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Production for “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” has partially halted after several members of the cast tested positive for COVID-19, Page Six can confirm.
Lisa Rinna, Garcelle Beauvais and Erika Jayne are among the series stars who have tested positive.
Filming for Season 12 had been well underway before the pause took effect this month.
Page Six can exclusively reveal that Rinna, 58, was the first to test positive after the cast — also including Beauvais, 54, Jayne, 50, Kyle Richards, Dorit Kemsley, Sutton Stracke and Crystal Kung-Minkoff — walked the carpet together at E!’s People’s Choice Awards on Dec. 7.
After Rinna’s diagnosis was shared with the group, Beauvais and Jayne learned that they, too, had contracted the virus.
While the three women isolate and recover, Bravo is still open to individually documenting the remaining, COVID-free cast members — including Richards, 52, Kemsely, 45, Stracke, 50, and Kung-Minkoff, 36 — as they prepare for and celebrate the holidays.
There will be a concerted effort among producers, though, not to orchestrate group scenes before everyone in the cast tests negative and is cleared to resume a normal filming schedule. Until then, the plan is that each healthy “Housewife” will film on her own.
An insider assured Page Six that the entire cast is vaccinated.
Beauvais shared her COVID status in an Instagram video post shared on Monday.
“I found out that I tested positive for COVID. I feel OK. I’m sure I will continue to feel OK. My boys are being tested. So far, they’ve tested negative and we’re going to continue testing them,” said the mom of three, who shares twins Jaid and Jax, 14, with ex-husband Michael Nilon and Oliver, 30, with ex-husband Daniel Saunders.
“Send movie or TV recommendations because I will be quarantining for the next few days — well not few, probably 10,” the “Real” co-host added. “This stuff is crazy. Be careful out there, be safe.”
Reps for Bravo, Jayne and Rinna did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
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