When Brandi Glanville was part of the cast of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, she often rubbed people the wrong way because she always seemed to act like she was above other people. That may seem to be over with now that she is no longer part of the RHOBH television show. TMZ reported that Glanville and a friend tried to get into the Nice Guy club in west Hollywood on Saturday night and was rejected.
What is even better is that Brandi Glanville was standing there waiting while other people were allowed in. TMZ filmed the entire event and when they asked, Glanville said that she wasn’t allowed in because she didn’t have reservations.
Brandi Glanville made her first appearance in RHOBH in Season 2 thanks to her relationship with Adrienne Maloof. Through her RHOBH run, Glanville has mostly been feuding with other RHOBH housewives, with Lisa Vanderpump the main nemesis for Glanville.
Other than the RHOBH series, Glanville also made news thanks to her outspoken views on her ex-husband Eddie Cibrian. The couple broke up when Cibrian cheated on Glanville with country music star LeAnn Rimes, who was also married at the time. While Glanville was the victim, her constant social media attacks after Cibrian and Rimes married caused many people to tire of the never-ending social media war.
Brandi Glanville — Rejected By Nice Guy (VIDEO) https://t.co/ki4CM730oB
— TMZ (@TMZ) July 10, 2016
Brandi Glanville rode the fame that came with her role on RHOBH as far as she could before she ended up leaving the series in 2015. Glanville, as usual, remained outspoken about the RHOBH exit, although she said she was both fired and that she quit the show, so it was unclear what really happened when listening to Brandi talk.
Us Weekly reported that Glanville filmed scenes for the sixth season of RHOBH, but she only popped up randomly in the season. With Brandi off the show, Kathryn Edwards, the ex-wife of NFL legend Marcus Allen, and Erika Jayne joined the cast of RHOBH to replace her.
— People Magazine (@people) July 7, 2016
Unlike Brandi Glanville, Edwards was not interested in the spotlight and left RHOBH after just one season on the show. Edwards had other things that were more important to her than the fame brought by RHOBH.
“It was definitely an adventure for me. I really am kind of a private person. It really just comes down to the time and what I value the most. I value those times with my husband and our friends.”
Don’t expect Brandi Glanville and RHOBH to reconcile, though. Brandi appeared on Celebrity Apprentice last year and made it to the Final Four before she was fired. Leeza Gibbons won in that season. That was also the final season that Donald Trump hosted the show.
Brandi Glanville admitted that she hated Celebrity Apprentice, calling it “hell” and saying it wasn’t fun at all, possibly because it didn’t include the drama brought on RHOBH. Brandi now stars in a new reality TV series called Famously Single.
Famously Single follows eight different single celebrities looking for help solving their relationship problems. Joining Brandi Glanville on Famously Single is Pauly D. Aubrey O’Day, Josh Murray, Jessica White, Willis McGahee, Somaya Reece, and Calum Best. It airs on E! Television and premiered on June 14, 2016.
Whether or not Famously Single is a success or not is still to be determined, but it obviously has not helped re-elevate Brandi Glanville back to the A-list level that she believes she deserves. The entire incident at The Nice Guy in West Hollywood is proof that her name is nowhere big enough to skip lines and waiting lists anymore.
If anything, Brandi Glanville might be growing some. Us Weekly reported that Brandi has called a truce with LeAnn Rimes when it comes to their feud to help protect their children.
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