Brandi Glanville isn't holding a grudge against Lifetime even though the network is partly responsible for making LeAnn Rimes a part of her life. On Sept. 28 Glanville revealed that she's starring in a Lifetime movie titled "Missing at 17."
"Just found out my small part in the Lifetime Movie Missing at 17 comes out Oct 19 th," she wrote on Twitter. "I'm not an actress so this should be interesting! :)" Isn't it crazy how Brandi and LeAnn seem to be switching places? LeAnn met Eddie Cibrian on the set of the Lifetime movie "Northern Lights," which is when they began the affair that would lead to the end of Brandi's marriage. Now Brandi Glanville is starring in a Lifetime movie after becoming a reality show star on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," and LeAnn Rimes is working on a VH1 reality show. However, it will be a scripted reality show, which is likely because LeAnn wants to paint herself in the best light possible.
But back to Brandi's movie. "Missing at 17" is about a 17-year-old adopted girl named Candace (Ayla Kell) who sets out in search of her biological mother (Marin Hinkle) with the help of a guy she's fallen in love with named Toby (Ben Gavin). Toby's criminal activity puts Candace in danger, and her adoptive mother Shawna (Tricia O'Kelley) sets out to find her when she doesn't return home. Judging from the trailer, it looks like Brandi plays a coworker of Shawna. It's a small part, but maybe it will help jump start an acting career for the "RHOBH" star. Her fellow "Real Housewives" star NeNe Leakes did that it's possible to make the transition from reality shows to scripted shows by turning her experience with dealing with drama on "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" into a successful acting career that includes appearances on "Glee" and "The New Normal."
You can check out the trailer above to see what you think of Brandi's quick scene. So will you check out her big movie debut when "Missing at 17" airs on Lifetime on Oct. 19, and do you think that she should pursue a career in acting?