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Camille Grammer teased her “very intense” experience on “The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip” Season 4, which involved Caroline Manzo and Brandi Glanville leaving early over an “uncomfortable” incident. 

“The girls do have a lot of fun together, but there’s also a lot of drama,” the Bravo star, 54, exclusively told Page Six at an event for the National Alliance on Mental Illness at the Fleur Room in West Hollywood Tuesday.

Acknowledging the discord between Manzo, 61, and Glanville, 50, Grammer added, “Especially with any of the news you’ve read, this is going to be a very intense season, I think.” 

Peacock announced in January that Season 4 of “Ultimate Girls Trip” would film in Marrakesh, Morocco, and include Grammer, Manzo, Glanville, Vicki Gunvalson, Gretchen Rossi, Alex McCord, Eva Marcille and Phaedra Parks.

Later that month, news broke that both Manzo and Glanville departed North Africa before the rest of the cast following an off-camera encounter.

Sources exclusively told Page Six that an intoxicated Glanville had touched Manzo’s “breast area and vaginal area” in a locked bathroom on set, which prompted producers to launch a “comprehensive review.”

The former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star has repeatedly denied wrongdoing, most recently tweeting that her co-star “was fine” and that the situation “feels like a f–king set up” for which she is being “punished.”

The “Real Housewives of New Jersey” alum previously explained that she returned to the franchise with the “best of intentions” and the “highest hopes to do something fun” after a nearly 10-year “Housewives” hiatus. 

“Unfortunately it didn’t work out for me that way,” she said during a March appearance on “New York Live.” “I came home early.”

Grammer, for her part, told Page Six that she didn’t feel she had to “pick sides” amid the debacle. 

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“And I wasn’t in the situation. I was there but … I can’t say too much without giving a lot away,” said the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” OG. 

“So, I didn’t see everything and the specific thing they speak about. That’s your cliffhanger, I’ll leave you with that.”

Despite the headline-making conflict, Grammer told Page Six that she came to appreciate her time overseas.

“It’s ‘Housewives’ on steroids for 10 days, it really is. It’s glamorous, it’s fun. It’s raw,” she said, elaborating further, “It’s raw because you’re filming long days and you don’t really have a glam squad and you’re doing your makeup yourself and you’re running around and you’re up early in the morning.” 

Grammer continued, “There’s no-makeup interviews … [Producers] have you in your PJs, they have you walking in and out of your bedroom, you name it. So there’s a lot of real, raw, intense moments — and a lot of fun also.” 

The former “Club MTV” dancer said she relished in spending more time with her good pal Rossi, 44, who helped her fix a broken veneer an hour into their plane ride. 

“I really enjoyed my time with Gretchen, she was a riot. I mean, she helped me glue my tooth in. That’s how it started,” she told us. 

“It really started right when, literally an hour into our flight, my tooth cracked.  I was so stressed out. So, we started with that. Then I just had a lot of fun hanging out with her.” 

Though Grammer didn’t know McCord, 49, prior to filming, she was grateful to have the psychologist around to conciliate conflict. 

“She was really easy to get along with and she’s a therapist now,” she said of the “Real Housewives of New York City” alum, who now resides in Australia. “She was helpful navigating some of the situations we’re in, so you’ll see how that plays out also.”

As for McCord’s “Herman Munster” shoes? Grammer was amused by the return of her infamous Louis Vuitton boots — notably detested by Luann de Lesseps.

“They’re fine!” Grammer said with a laugh, suggesting that the next installment of “RHUGT” will be laced with nostalgia.

“There are a lot of great flashback moments, I think there’s a lot that the audience is really going to enjoy. It was very playful and fun.” 

Peacock has yet to announce a premiere date for “The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip” Season 4.

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