Bette Midler Asks if It's 'Too Late' for Her to Join “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”: 'In the Mood to Talk Some S---'

The actress brought up the prospect of her joining the Bravo reality series on her X (formerly Twitter) account

<p>Kayla Oaddams/WireImage; Emily Shur/Bravo via Getty</p> Bette Midler; the cast of

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Bette Midler; the cast of 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills'

Bette Midler has starred in films, shared her talents onstage and even snagged a few Grammys over the years — but now she's ready for her Bravo moment.

The 78-year-old actress posed a question to her followers on X (formerly Twitter) on Friday: Can she still join the cast of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills?

"Is it too late for me to become a Real Housewife of Beverly Hills," the actress asked her fans. "I’ve never watched it, but I am in the mood to talk some s---. And to get paid for it? A dream! #RHOBH."

The official Bravo account on X was quick to respond to Midler's inquiry.

"Talk about a glorious crossover," the network wrote alongside a winking emoji and a diamond icon.

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After Andy Cohen also responded to Midler with a promising post that teased, "it's time," the four-time Golden Globes winner gave the TV host, 55, a suggestion for her tagline on the show.

"I think my tagline should be, 'Those Beaches don’t know what’s about to hit ‘em!!' " Midler wrote.

RHOBH has already seen cameos from the likes of Jamie Lee Curtis, Paris Hilton, David Foster, Kris Jenner and more famous faces over the years, and a potential Midler appearance would surely make for a fun storyline.

Curtis, a longtime friend of cast member Kyle Richards, made a memorable appearance on the show in 2022 when Richards hosted an event for Curtis' My Hand in Yours charity. She also made cameos on season 4 and later during the season 12 reunion.

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Bette Midler

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While Midler eyes a RHOBH role, her daughter Sophie von Haselberg recently opened up to PEOPLE about what she called the “whole nepo baby thing.” Von Haselberg, 37 — whom Midler shares with artist Martin von Haselberg — said last month that she "can't help who my parents are."

"I was born and they were who they were, and that's that,” she explained. "I also can't help how much I love acting. So those two things are at work all the time.”

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Pretending that the "nepo baby" discourse isn't a thing, von Haselberg said, feels like "sort of adding to the shame of it."

“Confronting it head on to me feels like the healthiest way to deal with it," she continued. “Does therapy help? Yes, it absolutely does. Because they're really deep seated issues, compounded by being in the public eye.”

Midler, who in 2023 appeared in Amazon Prime Video's Sitting in Bars with Cake, will reportedly next star in The Fabulous Foura comedy also featuring Susan Sarandon, Megan Mullally and Sheryl Lee Ralph, per Deadline.

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