Lilly Ghalichi Fired: Bravo Reportedly Gives Ghalichi The Boot From 'Shahs Of Sunset' Ahead Of Season Four

10:22 AM EDT 7/10/2014 by Lindsay Cronin, Celebeat Reporter

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Lilly Ghalichi has reportedly been fired from Shahs Of Sunset ahead of season four.

Although the newly engaged swimsuit designer was recently seen celebrating the engagement of her co-stars, Mike Shouhed and Jessica Parido, a source claims Ghalichi has not been filming for the upcoming season.

"Lilly Ghalichi will no longer appear on the show," TMZ reported on July 9. "Sources connected to production tell us Season 4 of the show has been shooting for months now ... and fashion designer/attorney Lilly G. hasn't been part of the fun."

Ghalichi joined the cast of Shahs Of Sunset, which includes Golnesa "GG" Gharachedaghi, Mike Shouhed, Asa Soltan, Reza Farahan and Mercedes Javid, for the show's second season. However, throughout her journey on the show, Ghalichi has struggled to fit in with the other cast members. While she's been close with a few of the shows stars, including Farahan and Soltan, on occasion, nothing has seemed to stick and during season three, Ghalichi filmed the majority of her scenes by herself -- especially after her on-camera blowout with Javid.

On the season finale of Shahs Of Sunset, Ghalichi was seen sitting at home eating Chinese takeout as her co-stars appeared together at a friendly gathering. Then, on the reunion show, Ghalichi confirmed that she and her co-stars had grown distant during filming.

One TMZ source claimed producers felt Ghalichi was too "boring" for the series, and opted to bring someone else aboard the show who would be more of a ratings drawl. As for who that person will be, their identity has not yet been revealed.

Shahs Of Sunset returns to Bravo this fall.

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