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'RHOBH' star Brandi Glanville slams LeAnn with Carrie Underwood's music?

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“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Brandi Glanville is known for not really liking her ex-husband's new wife, because their marriage ended because of his infidelity. LeAnn Rimes was also married at the time, meaning their affair ruined two marriages. And since LeAnn works in the music industry, it can be easy to make a fool of her. According to a new All About the Real Housewives report published on June 6, “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Brandi Glanville is being accused of playing country music that wasn't LeAnn to slam her at a recent party.

Her son's birthday recently took place, where they celebrated outside. Since they are both a big part of Mason's life, some people felt that both of them may be at the party. Rumours surfaced that Brandi had called the paparazzi for the party, playing Carrie Underwood's song “Before He Cheats” as they showed up. While this seems completely ridiculous, Brandi decided to talk about the rumours on her Twitter account.

“Yes I played Carrie Underwood's music as well as other music 4 Masons bday - Not in a closed area every1 cud C us&were taking pics!” she tweeted. She also added that the party was in an open area, where everyone could take pictures. In addition, she played a variety of music. But if she did play that song, it is funny for two reasons; she could be hinting that Eddie will cheat on LeAnn at some point – once a cheater always a cheater.

But she is also playing Carrie Underwood, who is a well-known country singer. She is essentially a competition to LeAnn Rimes. Carrie is married and has this country-singer innocence about her. And Brandi has essentially tainted LeAnn's image by making her the other woman in the affair that ended her marriage. Brandi's honest and open story about it all makes LeAnn look less innocent and completely not relatable for many.

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