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Brandi Glanville questions Lisa Vanderpump's dinner party motives

Brandi Glanville attends the 26th Genesis Awards held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on March 24, 2012 in Beverly Hills, California.
Photo by Jason Merritt

Brandi Glanville and Lisa Vanderpump are currently at odds. Although they were best friends just a short time ago, the strain of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 4 resulted in the end of their relationship. But first, the drama played out between them on the show, and during the latest dramatic turn of events of the show, Brandi started to think that Lisa may have had ulterior motives for getting her in the same room with Joyce.

"Lisa having a dinner to bring Joyce and I together is ironic because the whole reason we don't get along is because of Lisa and the Hairgate situation," Brandi began in her Jan. 7 Bravo blog. "Lisa asked me to act as if Joyce didn't exist and now she is throwing a dinner for us? It's all so perplexing."

And that's not all Brandi has questions about. She also finds it odd that Lisa allegedly didn't know Joyce before she joined the show, despite having so many common friends.

"The other thing I find perplexing is that Mohammed and Martin are Lisa's two very best friends and they somehow both know Joyce very well, but Lisa had never known of her or met her," Brandi continued. "Something seems very fishy."

From the sound of things, Brandi may be feeling that Joyce was actually brought onto the show by Lisa, but even if she was, would it really be that big of an issue? Sure, Brandi and Joyce are at each other's throats now, but before filming, they didn't even know each other so Lisa would have never known Joyce would cause so much conflict.

In regards to Joyce's comment about Brandi not being able to get a man because she is so high-drama, Brandi claims that is far from the case -- and makes a shocking allegation against Joyce's marriage to her husband Michael.

"On the husband/man topic, I date plenty -- maybe even too much -- and have zero issues getting a man. The difference between myself and Joyce is that I won't settle," she explained. "I have to be physically attracted to the men I date. I want butterflies, chemistry, the whole shebang. If I just wanted to marry some short, rich guy that promised to make me famous I could have done that long ago."

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