Lisa Vanderpump was seen being slapped by a woman in the season five trailer for The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and later confirmed that woman to be her co-star Brandi Glanville. So, is their relationship over for good? Not necessarily.
In a new interview with E! News, Glanville spoke out about her strained relationship with the restaurant owner, telling the site, “I love Lisa at the end of the day and I care about the whole family. I was going to cuss, but stuff goes down and time heals.”
When Glanville joined The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills during season two, she and Lisa Vanderpump immediately struck up a friendship, and began spending tons of time together both on-screen and off. Throughout season two and season three, their friendship continued to grow. Then, during season four, things went south, with Glanville claiming Vanderpump had manipulated her and other cast members into doing things they wouldn’t normally have done.
During filming on season five, things became even more tense, and, as the Inquisitr reported, Glanville slapped her former friend in the face.
“You’ll have to definitely wait and find out what happened,” Glanville, who the Inquisitr reported has stayed mum on the slap, said. “I really care about her and I know she really cares about me too, so you’ll all see how that ends up. It’s real. It’s real TV. It’s not made up. There’s no script and we go through life’s changes and they unfold on TV. Some are good and some are horrible and it is what it is.”
While Glanville seems to be leaving the possibility of a reconciliation open, Vanderpump didn’t seem to sure during a recent interview. Speaking of the season five violence, Vanderpump, who also stars in Bravo’s Vanderpump Rules, expressed her surprise that her co-star and former friend would have gone to such a level with cameras filming her every move.
“I’ve never been hit in the face. It was a bit of a shock,” Lisa Vanderpump told Billy Bush and Kit Hoover during an interview with Access Hollywood. “That was right at the end of filming and it think it definitely changed the dynamic for me. For the most part, things started to get back on track. It’s not good.”
For more of Lisa Vanderpump, tune into season five of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills every Tuesday night at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
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