‘The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills’ Season Five Was Like A “Runaway Train,” Claims Lisa Vanderpump

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills‘ fifth season will reportedly be their most memorable yet. With fans on the edge of their seats, awaiting tonight’s season premiere, Lisa Vanderpump spoke out about what it to come.

In a November 18 interview, via Us Weekly, Vanderpump said viewers should be ready for a “fantastic” season. “The first episode eases in gently, but bam! It’s like a runaway train,” she said.

Going on to confirm Brandi Glanville was the woman seen slapping her in the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, as the Inquisitr reported, Vanderpump said she didn’t want to give away too much. “I’m not giving you final page of that book. It was right at the end of filming, but it definitely changed the dynamic for me. I tried really hard, despite the fact that I was on that bloody show.”

What Vanderpump did reveal was that fans will likely see Glanville’s true colors as the fifth season plays out. “I knew it was one person manipulating, and I think a lot of things this season become very clear. There’s a definite kind of unveiling,” she explained. Although Vanderpump and Glanville weren’t able to make amends during Season 5, Vanderpump insisted she tried.

“I think we were on the right track and I did give it a second go-round, but if you see in the trailer she gets a little physical with me. She’s stabbed me in the back and now she wants to slap me in the face. I don’t know, I think after this time we’re kind of done, to be honest. But it was an interesting journey. I did try and give her a second chance.”

When Glanville was brought aboard The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills for the show’s second season, she and Vanderpump immediately hit it off. However, during Season 4, their relationship took a turn for the worse and ever since, their relationship has been overly strained. In fact, as Season 5 filmed, reports circulated, via Inquisitr, claiming Vanderpump may have quit the series because of the show’s mounting violence.

“The drama and violence are off the charts,” a source told Life & Style Magzine. “The women have done nothing but fight every time they are together. And when they aren’t all together, they all talk behind each other’s backs.”

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 5 premieres tonight, November 18, at 9 p.m. on Bravo.

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