Brandi Glanville Discusses Filming 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills'
Brandi Glanville brought major drama to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills but according to her, filming the Bravo reality series was "fluffy and easy."
Although she may not have realized it at the time, filming with her former co-stars, including Kyle Richards, Lisa Rinna, and Lisa Vanderpump, wasn't nearly as difficult as it has been filming other shows, including her latest projects Celebrity Big Brother and Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars Family Edition.
“After doing other reality shows, I now realize how fluffy and easy it was," Glanville admitted to Us Weekly magazine on March 12.
As Glanville explained to the magazine, she took filming on the Bravo TV series quite seriously at the time she was filming and didn't hesitate to speak the truth. Unfortunately, not everyone could handle her attitude and she was frequently involved in tiffs with other cast members.
Glanville joined the cast of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills in a part-time role during the series' second season and was upgraded to a full-time position the following year.
Throughout her time on the show, Glanville made a number of shocking decisions, including the decision to reveal a shocking secret about Adrienne Maloof and the decision to lightly slap Lisa Vanderpump in the face during a cast trip to Amsterdam. That said, she also established a close friendship with Kim Richards, who she remains in contact with.
Glanville explained to the magazine that she speaks to both Richards and Yolanda Hadid, who left the show amid struggles with Lyme disease, and frequently runs into her other ex-co-stars, including Kyle Richards and Lisa Rinna. That said, she prefers the antics of new cast members Dorit Kemsley and Erika Girardi more than her past co-stars, who she never truly got along with.
As for her and Richards' current relationship, Glanville said that she is on good terms with Kim, despite her strained relationship with Kyle, which was featured on the show for several seasons.
Glanville was ultimately fired from her full-time role on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills after the show's fifth season but returned in a cameo role during Season Six. Since then, Glanville hasn't been seen at all. Instead, she's been making her rounds on a number of other reality shows, including Famously Single and My Kitchen Rules.
Glanville can be seen on WEtv on Fridays at 9 p.m. in Marriage Boot Camp.