February 6, 2015
'Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills' Star Brandi Glanville Was Begged To Appear On 'LeAnn & Eddie,' Pitched A New Show With Mary Jo Eustace

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville claims LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian begged her to appear on their VH1 show, LeAnn & Eddie.

During her latest Podcast One taping, Glanville, who welcomed guest Mary Jo Eustace, spoke of her ex-husband's since-canceled series, claiming she was offered a lot of money to be seen on the series, but instead "told them to eff off."

According to a February 6 report by Reality Tea, Glanville revealed quite a lot about her relationship with Rimes and Cibrian during the show.

For starters, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star said she and Cibrian continued to live together for nearly a year after his affair with Rimes -- and that wasn't all. Glanville also said she and Cibrian slept together after he left her for Rimes, and that Rimes was aware of their physical relationship.

Like Glanville, Eustace was involved in a highly publicized cheating scandal when her husband, Dean McDermott, left her for actress Tori Spelling. Because of their similar lives, Glanville said she felt they'd make a great team, and revealed she's pitched a show idea for the two of them.

"I just had a meeting on Saturday where I pitched that idea for myself. I'll tell you about when we get off the air because I don't want anyone to steal it. But I had a meeting on Saturday with a great..I don't want to say who."
As for her time on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Glanville admits being in the spotlight has its challenges.
"It has it's ups and downs. It has definitely been a great platform for me – to have my books out there and other things that I'm doing – my wine, my app. So it has its pluses. but there's also minuses. They only show a certain side of me because they can't see me with my kids, they can't see me doing business meetings. They only see me socializing with women who I probably wouldn't normally socialize with. These women can be intimidating and judgmental and they don't always show everything that happens. So, you don't know. You think you had a great season and then you're watching it and…."
As the Inquisitr reported earlier this week, Glanville recently blamed editors for her bad girl persona on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs on Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. on Bravo.

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