Erika Girardi may be featured on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season seven. While a report days ago claimed Girardi and her friend, Yolanda Foster, would not be seen on the show, the singer appears to have confirmed otherwise on Twitter.

Following reports of her alleged exit, Girardi retweeted a message from SheKnows, which included a GIF of Girardi on the Bravo TV reality series. In the caption, the outlet wrote, "#RHOBH just wouldn't be the same without @ErikaJayne."

Erika Girardi and Kathryn Edwards joined 'RHOBH' for season six

After a dramatic 5th season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Girardi and Edwards were brought to the show in full-time roles to replace Brandi Glanville and Kim Richards who left their own full-time roles one season prior.

However, after just one season, Edwards confirmed weeks ago that she would not be a part of season seven.

Erika Girardi has been seen filming already

Despite rumors that she will not be seen on the upcoming season, there appears to be photo proof of otherwise. In July, Erika Girardi celebrated her 45th birthday with her co-stars, Lisa Rinna, Eileen Davidson, Kyle Richards, Lisa Vanderpump and Dorit Kemsley, and weeks later, she was seen attending a party thrown by Vanderpump at her West Hollywood, California restaurant.

In addition, Rinna tweeted that she and Girardi would be working together on Tuesday. "Since I'm working with the @ErikaJayne today this seemed kind of appropriate," Rinna wrote on Twitter, along with a photo of a pillow, which read, "I've tried to stop swearing but I c**t."

Once she saw Rinna's message, Erika Girardi replied to her with a message of her own.

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"It's perfect," she wrote.

Although Rinna and Girardi could be working together on something other than The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, there seems to be mounting evidence that Girardi will be a part of the season seven cast.

That said, fans will have to wait until the series' premiere later this year to know for sure where Girardi stands with the network.