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‘RHOBH’ star Brandi Glanville remembers her bachelorette party

Brandi Glanville
Brandi Glanville
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“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Brandi Glanville may be famous for being on the show and sharing her heartbreaking story of infidelity in her bestselling book. She has been trying to move on, but it appears that she has lost all hope in a strong marriage. But it sounds like she does have some fond memories. According to a new Wetpaint Entertainment report published on July 9, “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Brandi Glanville is now speaking out about how crazy her bachelorette party was before getting married to Eddie Cibrian.

Brandi has already written two books about her love life, social media and romance, but it sounds like she still wants to find someone to share her life with. But that doesn’t mean that she wants the ring and marriage. However, given how awesome her bachelorette party was before getting married, one can imagine that she wouldn’t mind having another cool party.

Brandi was recently asked to get involved with the largest bachelorette bash, which is hosted by TAO. She has been working with TAO for years, and she admits that her past experiences with the club caused her to say yes. “My bachelorette party was so long ago but super fun — lots of dancing on tables. And my friends and I dancing in our limo — the best and safest way, in a limo! It was the ‘90s after all,” she revealed. And she added that a bachelorette party wouldn’t be complete without best friends.

Even though she isn’t planning her own bachelorette party these days, she does admit that she is dating. But while she is trying to find love, she is waiting for the perfect man to sweep her off her feet. She has been dating while filming the show, but she isn’t finding the guy that accepts her current situation and can deal with her trust issues. She is also dealing with some legal issues with Eddie Cibrian.

What do you think of Brandi talking about her bachelorette party now, even though she was married in the 90s? Do you think that she should continue to celebrate other people’s bachelorette parties?