"It's up to you," Camille replied, adding that she often thinks about the possibility.
"I feel like in the last few years -- and we've talked about this -- you have wanted to, and there have been certain things going on in your life that have been holding you back," Andy said. "Do you feel more untethered, and do you feel more comfortable with the idea of saying something that not everyone might agree with? Do you feel like you have the tools now where you could come back, speak your mind and not feel scared about getting ambushed on social media?"
"I'm getting a lot better," Camille said, adding that social media can be "vicious" and that the negative comments are "hard to ignore."
"You take it personal," she said. "But I'm learning not to."
"No one had a worst first season on 'Housewives' than you, but you were also one of the greatest first season Housewives in the history of the entire show," Andy said to Camille. "It's true!"
"Mine was horrible," she said, admitting that she does feel bad for Dorit Kemsley this season.
Camille also said that if she were to come back full time, her tagline would be, "The bitch is back."
A caller then asked Camille which Housewives from Season 1 she misses the most and which she misses the least.
"I miss Adrienne [Maloof]," Camille said. "I miss most of the first season cast, honestly. I thought they were amazing. Brandi [Glanville] was harsh. I like Brandi. I think she brought a lot. She's a lighting rod, but you never knew what was gonna come out. She took it too far."
Regarding co-parenting with ex-husband Kelsey Grammer, Camille said they're "working on it" but that things are going well.