Looks like Bravo is still in need of a few good "Housewives." Rod Stewart's wife, Penny Lancaster, has declined to join the cast of "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" according to TMZ.
Stewart told TMZ, "She was asked but she turned it down." He added, "She doesn't want to do that sort of thing."
When the gossip site wondered if Stewart had something to do with her saying "no" to being a reality TV star, the rocker said, "Whatever she wants to do, she does, she's an independent woman." By way of an explanation, he said, "She's just happy being a mom." The two have two sons together, Alastair and Aiden.
The show may not hold much appeal for the reportedly happily married 41-year-old model turned photographer, who has a career of her own and two children to juggle. Looks like the show will have to keep searching for its next rising star.
The show has recently seen two cast members exit the show, Camille Grammer and Adrienne Maloof. Speculation arose over the reasons for their departures.
Grammer set the record straight by tweeting:
Maloof told E! Online that it was simply time to go. "I left on decent terms, I knew it was time to exit. RHOBH was an amazing platform but I am now excited about moving on to some major new projects, which I can't discuss at the moment. I am really looking forward to the next chapter of my life."