Former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Star Carlton Gebbia Does Cartwheels, Frolics on Beach: Photos

Celebrity News Jun. 2, 2014 AT 7:20PM
Carlton Gebbia shows off her toned body during a photo shoot
Carlton Gebbia poses on the beach in Malibu for a photo shoot after getting fired by Bravo. Credit: Karl Larsen/

Looks like life is still a beach for Carlton Gebbia! After Us Weekly exclusively revealed that the 40-year-old was fired from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (along with Joyce Giraud) after one season, the former reality star was spotted posing for a photo shoot in Malibu, Calif., on Sunday, June 1.

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Gebbia, known as the Wiccan on the hit Bravo reality show, donned a red bikini and looked excited as she posed for cameras, doing everything from cartwheels to handstands, and sexily flipping her hair.

Carlton Gebbia did cartwheels during a photo shoot in Malibu in June 1.
Carlton Gebbia did cartwheels during a photo shoot in Malibu in June 1.
Credit: Karl Larsen/

The mom of three displayed a toned physique, which she previously attributed on the show to her "sex room." Dubbing it "mommy and daddy's playroom," Gebbia opted to get in exercise by utilizing the room's stripper pole.

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Gebbia joined RHOBH before season four but was let go in May. "Decisions were made and Joyce and Carlton have been informed that they're not coming back," a show insider told Us of former Miss Puerto Rico Giraud, 39, and the British interior designer.

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Despite getting along with most of the cast during her one reason on RHOBH, Gebbia repeatedly clashed with costar Kyle Richards. Most notably during a dinner at Lisa Vanderpump's home, where Richards accused her of being anti-semitic and placing a curse on her.

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It's yet to be announced who will be replacing the ladies in the upcoming fifth season of the hit show, due back sometime this fall.

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