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Calling all drama queens!

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is down one Housewife as E! News exclusively reported that Brandi Glanville will not be returning to the series as a full-time cast member next season. And she isn't the only Housewife who won't be back as Kim Richards will no longer be a member of the Bravo hit. So you know what that means? It's time to dream-cast the two vacant RHOBH spots!

From celebrity mothers to former teen idols, as well as a Glee star, here are our 17 dream Housewives who could totally replace the voids left by Brandi and Kim in the series. You're welcome, Bravo!

LeAnn and Eddie

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LeAnn Rimes Can you just imagine the drama that would go down if LeAnn and Eddie Cibrian, Brandi's ex-husband who left her for the singer, joined the show? We can and we kind of want it to happen. We know, we are garbage human beings.

Naya Rivera, Ryan Dorsey

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Naya Rivera: Seems odd at first, right? But then when you really start thinking about it, it would be all kinds of genius. 

Tori Spelling, Jennie Garth

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Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth: Come on, how fun would it be to see the Beverly Hills, 90210 co-stars and BFFs head back to America's most famous zip code? You can take the girls out of (fictional) high school...

Tish Cyrus

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Tish Cyrus: Come on, Miley Cyrus' mama is the perfect addition to shake up the show. We even have her tagline ready: "I'm ready to go from stage-mom to center stage!" Mic drop. 

ALYSSA MILANO, Mistresses

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Alyssa Milano We feel like the former Mistresses star could bring in some welcomed sass. 

Kendra Wilkinson, Marriage Boot Camp

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Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett At this point, the Real Housewives franchise is about the only one Kendra hasn't appeared on yet. Might as well add it to the reality resume, right?

Lori Loughlin

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Lori Loughlin We would never, ever say no to more Aunt Becky in our lives. Plus, she's only set to make guest appearances on Netflix's Fuller House, so she'll have time for some RH-related drama. 

Cindy Crawford, VIOLET GREY

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Cindy Crawford OMG, to be a fly on the wall when the other Housewives found out the legendary supermodel would be joining. 

Denise Richards, Sam Sheen, Eloise Richards

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Denise Richards Hey, her cameo last season was basically an audition anyway! Lisa Rinna and Eileen Davidson brought some street cred to the show last year, maybe Denise will follow suit...

The Comeback, Lisa Kudrow

HBO

Lisa Kudrow Valerie Cherish was a friend of the Housewives on The Comeback, right? Better yet, how about Lisa films the entire season in character as Valerie? We just want more Valerie Cherish on our TVs. Can you blame us?

Nicole Murphy, Michael Strahan

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Nicole Murphy: With two famous exes, Eddie Murphy and Michael Strahan, we feel like Nicole could definitely bring the drama. 

Kathy Hilton

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Kathy Hilton: RHOBH could up the family drama by bringing in Kim and Kyle Richards' half-sister. Bonus points for appearances from Paris and Nicky Hilton Rothschild.

Suzanne Somers, WWHL

Bravo

Suzanne Somers: There's long been rumors of RHOBH courting the Three's Company star, but she's said she isn't sure she's up for being a full-time Housewife. "I don't know if I want to be there all the time, but I loved showing up there," she told Andy Cohen.

Nicollette Sheridan

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Nicolette Sheridan: Thanks to her time on Desperate Housewives, Sheridan has had the perfect training to join RHOBH

Pamela Anderson

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Pamela Anderson As long as she brings along her son, who hilariously struck a Zoolander pose in his high school yearbook pic, we'll welcome the former Baywatch babe with open arms. 

Giada De Laurentiis

Food Network

Giada De Laurentiis We wouldn't mind seeing the celeb chef cook up some drama. 

(E! and Bravo are both part of the NBCUniversal family.)

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