The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville has stated that she wants to end the very public feud with LeAnn Rimes and ex-husband Eddie Cibrian. Glanville then took one last shot at Rimes.
Brandi Glanville discussed her public feud and how she got in trouble with Bravo in a new interview with Buzzfeed. The always brutally open Glanville revealed that she got in trouble for revealing information about her costars during her interview with Howard Stern.
During her visit with Howard Stern, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star revealed what her costars’ salaries were. Needless to say, the Bravo executives were furious with her.
Glanville told Buzzfeed, “I got in big trouble. I got yelled at by Chloe, by Andy, by Alex, by Dave, by the other Dave, everyone.”
When the topic of LeAnn and Eddie came up, Brandi Glanville said, “I really want to put this public war with LeAnn and Eddie behind me, and I want to communicate with them privately if they’ll have me.”
Brandi went on to explain how tired she was of listening the two cheaters proclaiming their love for one another in national interviews. “Eddie and LeAnn have done numerous sit-downs after sit-down after sit-down.”
“For the past four years, tell-all interviews, the crying, the ‘we love each other’, the 20/20, the Katie Couric.” Brandi also explained how she wrote her bestselling book, “Drinking and Tweeting and Other Brandi Blunders” in order to tell her side of the story.
Brandi stated, “I think we both need to step away from it now. After the book and everything, put it behind us and move on.”
“Hopefully, they’ll have a child of their own and she’ll understand better what a proper boundary is for a stepmother and a mother.
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