While "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" had halted production due to a crew member testing positive for coronavirus, it turns out that a few cast members have also come down with the illness.
Filming of the new season began towards the end of October with safety protocols in place, including temperature checks and testing. However, production swiftly paused last week after a crew member tested positive.
In a recent clip from "The Real," Garcell Beauvais revealed that it was actually a few crew members who tested positive.
"I am so happy to see you guys today. I have been on my own, and I'll tell you why. We shot for 'Housewives' on Tuesday; Tuesday night we got home and found out a few people on our crew tested positive for COVID," she revealed.
"So I've been isolated," she explained. "We've done the right thing, we get tested so many times. We do all the protocols. We get tested at least three times a week. We get tested before we shoot. My kids get tested, I get tested - anybody who's in my household."
She went on to say that "you can touch something" and get the virus. "It's not necessarily just from people," she continued.
At the time of Beauvais' comments, Bravo anticipated a return to set after everyone completed a 14-day quarantine. It is unclear what the current plan is, and TMZ reports that Bravo has not responded to request for comment.