'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Brandi Glanville Calls Cast 'Big Dysfunctional Family' & Addresses Lisa Vanderpump Fight
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville said Tuesday she wants fans to watch the Bravo reality series and make judgements for themselves about the relationship dynamics between the show's cast members.
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville wants fans to watch the Bravo reality series and judge for themselves how the show's cast members interact with each other, instead of listening to what others have to say about the personal relationships that play out on screen.
The mother-of-two would rather people watch the show and wait to place judgment until viewers know the whole story.
"Let's all wait and watch the show and quit assuming the worst! I love all the BH lady's we are a big dysfunctional family!" she tweeted Tuesday.
At time of publication, Bravo has yet to announce a premiere date ofr season 4 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
Glanville made headlines recently regarding a fight she had with Lisa Vanderpump, who also stars on Housewives. The former model confirmed via Twitter that she and Vanderpump are "having a bump in our road."
"WE ARE NOT, NOT FRIEND I LOVE HER WE ARE HAVING A BUMP IN OUR ROAD," Glanville tweeted on Sept. 4.
The stars got into a fight while filming the cast's Puerto Rico vacation and stopped speaking, Radar Online reported. They were at an event together earlier in September and seemed to get along, but an insider told the website the two women were faking it for the show's production team.
"Brandi and Lisa looked really uncomfortable in each other's presence. They put on smiles for the cameras, but it was all for show. You could cut the tension with a knife," the source said.
In another tweet on Tuesday, Glanville hinted that just because she is fighting with Vanderpump, it does not mean that their friendship is over.
"Y tweet 2 B mean 2 people U don't know?True I can B a lush wen depressed,True I can't spell, True my kids r my world True I say F*CK a LOT!" she wrote.