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Brandi Glanville reacts to LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian talking about her

It doesn't look as if Brandi Glanville has a problem with LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian talking about her on their upcoming new reality TV show. She seems to understand that any publicity that they give her, even if it's negative, just makes her more famous. On Wednesday, May 28, Brandi reacted to being mentioned on her ex-husband's and his wife's show.

Brandi Glanville attends the HBO 'Boardwalk Empire' season premiere hosted by Sean 'Diddy' Combs at the Carondelet House on September 6, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.
Photo by Mark Davis/Getty Images for HBO

"Apparently I will be on 3 shows at once this fall!! #ineedaraise," she tweeted, along with a link to the VH1 page that provided a sneak peek of Eddie and LeAnn's show. The other two shows that Brandi will be seen in is "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" and "Celebrity Apprentice."

Unfortunately for the curious, VH1, for whatever reason, decided that they didn't want the sneak peek clip up anymore and deleted it. According to E! News, it was three minute clip that showed Eddie and LeAnn mocking Brandi and talking about their belief that she was behind a tabloid story of them getting divorced. LeAnn wants Eddie to defend their marriage at his movie premiere but he tells her to let it go.

Perhaps VH1 pulled the clip at LeAnn's and Eddie's request, after they realized that it made them seem obsessed with Brandi? The only question now is whether viewers will actually see the clip air as part of an episode.

LeAnn Rimes seemed to hint that Brandi Glanville was ruining her day, tweeting hours after Brandi's tweet that the day was not going well and that she was rolling with the punches. Yet when a fan told her to ignore the woman who obviously enjoys negative attention and that women in the Second Wives Club sometimes just have to deal with such problems, LeAnn replied, "who? Seriously."

For fans of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," Brandi's tweet did confirm that she'll be back for the fifth season. Us Weekly has reported that both Carlton Gebbia and Joyce Giraud have been fired after having been housewives for only one season. Multiple sources told the magazine that both women have been informed that they are not coming back.

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