A Vision of St. Camille of Beverly Hills

OMG does this count as a miracle?

The season finale of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills had A LOT to cover when it comes to the show’s drama and characters, but that’s a million miles away from the true point of the episode, trust me.

The point is that we had a true-blue sighting of St. Camille of Beverly Hills, née Camille Donatacci and who would later become Camille Grammer, who would THEN become a villain-turned-kickass-drop-in-guest on RHOBH.

Camille’s apparition appeared over the right shoulder of Housewife Erika Girardi, aka Erika Jayne, aka the Ice Queen Who Fooled Everyone Into Thinking She Meant Ice Like Frozen Water But She Was Really Just Going For Ice Like Diamonds But Now It’s All Misconstrued.

Our Lady of Beverly Hills showed up right as Erika was confronted by a Real Househusband, Paul Kemsley. The result is so beautiful I couldn’t look away, and then also had to put it through a few filters because it’s gorgeous.

Here’s the original:

This is the original. I took a photo of the TV screen with my phone. Very high tech.

Right??? OK now hold onto your butts. Because….

And ye the bro came for me and Camille was with me

BOOM! Now they look right at home in any fine art museum in North America. Especially the St. Louis Art Museum. If you’ve never been, you should go, it’s delightful and it’s free somehow.

OK now wait, it gets better.

Blessings of St. Camille Upon You

Doesn’t this one look like a perfect cover for a Sweet Valley High book, except it would be Beverly Hills High and there would be NO twins because we aren’t worthy.

I taste cotton candy.

This is one I actually wished I could paint. I love the colors, I love the blocks, I love the shading (not just the shade). It’s, like, really pretty.

I am here for your soul and also to slay, sorry bout it

And finally, this is my favorite because it’s a painting of a fire goddess who does not approve of a puny man’s opinion and neither does her seraphim friend Camille over her shoulder. Nuh uh, no way.

May the blessings of St. Camille be upon you on this glorious day.

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