Joyce Giraud is one of the new additions to the cast of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” and was completely shocked by Brandi Glanville’s behavior and the racially insensitive comments Glanville made on a two-day girls’ trip to Colony 29 in Palm Springs.
According to an update on Joyce's "RHOBH" blog on Dec. 10, she was extremely offended by not only Brandi Glanville’s racially insensitive comment, but also by Brandi continuing to call her Jacqueline instead of Joyce. Giraud writes that not only was Glanville’s poolside racial comment insensitive, her behavior throughout the first evening’s dinner was disrespectful when Brandi proclaimed that that “Joyce is a big fat pig!”
Joyce, one of the first Puerto Rican supermodels, declined to join Brandi and fellow newcomer Carlton Gebbia in the pool on the Dec. 10 episode of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.” Joyce admitted to the ladies that she could not swim to which Brandi said, “You’re a black person!” It was apparent that Brandi had a little too much to drink already that afternoon by the pool and the nasty comment offended all “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”
In her blog Joyce Giraud explained that she was shocked by Brandi’s progressively nastier and more drunken behavior during the girls’ dinner at Colony 29. Brandi insisted upon calling Joyce by the name “Jacqueline” because "Joyce is an ugly name that should only be for old or fat pigs.” Joyce refused to further acknowledge Brandi Glanville after the comments were made about her name and instead choose to speak with Kyle Richards.
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