Joanna Krupa has responded to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville’s latest comments about her.
During an appearance on an episode of Watch What Happens Live last week, Glanville questioned host Andy Cohen about Krupa, asking him when he talked to her last and wanting to know if he “got food poisoning” at their last encounter. She even brought up “bad sushi,” which was a reference to comments she made last year regarding The Real Housewives of Miami star’s private parts.
“She’s a beautiful girl. She’s stunning,” Glanville said of Joanna Krupa, before adding, “You can’t help the odor situation.”
According to the Inquisitr, Glanville also slammed Krupa as a home wrecker who allegedly broke up the marriage of Mohammed Hadid and Yolanda Foster.
Days after Glanville’s appearance, TMZ caught up with Joanna Krupa in Los Angeles.
“You know what? I’m so p**sed off. Brandi Glanville. I think Brandi Glanville is the biggest trailer trash woman out there,” Krupa exclaimed of her fellow Real Housewives star. “I just saw on E! News her interview with Andy Cohen talking about my stuff again. She needs to get a life, okay? First of all, I’m happily married, I’m sorry that you’re so pathetic your ex-husband left you. Stop talking about me. Does she have nothing better to do in her life. It’s getting too much, like she’s trailer trash. That’s what she is.”
“She’s so obsessed with me. She can’t stop talking about me. Why would Andy talk bad about me when she’s making stuff up to make herself famous? I don’t know what she’s doing.”
Joanna Krupa ended her chat with TMZ with a piece of advice for Glanville.
“Stop with the injections in your cheeks. You’re never going to be Eastern European. Maybe you’re trying to be me, but you’re never going to be me, b***h!”
Also during her Watch What Happens Live appearance, as the Inquisitr reported, Glanville rebooted her ongoing feud with LeAnn Rimes, her ex-husband’s new wife, whom he began seeing before they were divorced.
On the show, Glanville discussed Rimes appearing on an upcoming season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
“Bring it, I’m not scurred,” Glanville told Cohen. “Then you have to talk to Mr. Cibrian, who’s hated the show and sends letters to you and Bravo and Evolution that said, ‘No kids, no this, no that.’ So it would be very interesting all of a sudden to have her say, ‘O.K. I’m game, bring it.'”
Joanna Krupa starred on the second and third seasons of The Real Housewives of Miami.
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