Camille Grammer reflects on her time as a member of the small screen of “Club MTV”, a series broadcast on the Coming of Age Network from 1987 to 1992.
The former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star – then Camille Donatacci – performed as a dancer on the hour-long reality show. For the show’s 40th anniversary, she shared a few behind-the-scenes snaps from her time on the show, which she dubbed on Twitter, “Memories of Daytona Beach.”
Now 52, the cancer survivor opened up about her experience as a rising young woman in an interview with Bravo TV The dish of the day back in 2018.
“Some of the best times of my life [were] when I danced on “Club MTV,” Meyer said at the time, adding, “I guess I’ve been in the reality TV business, in a way, for a long time.”
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“’Spring Break’ was amazing,” she continued. “I mean, being 18, 19, 20 and traveling with rock stars – it was so fun and dancing and meeting all these different artists and just the camaraderie between the dancers.”
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“Back then, MTV was so cool. I was there and I was lucky enough to be there at the height of MTV,” she said.
Meyer and “Frasier” star Kelsey Grammer separated in July 2010 after getting married in 1997.
According to Sixth page, the Bravo star received half of the 401 (k) Grammer earnings accrued over the couple’s 13-year marriage, totaling $ 30 million. The ex-couple share two children – daughter Mason Olivia, 19, and son Jude, 16.
The reality TV star would marry attorney David C. Meyer in October 2018. Grammer married his fourth wife, Kayte Walsh, in 2011. They share three children.