While Brandi Glanville has hinted she is leaving the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, her exit may not be by choice. Sources say Bravo producer Andy Cohen wants her gone from the show.
Glanville has hinted in recent weeks that she may leave RHOBH due to all of the drama this season and because she is being portrayed in a negative light by producers of the show. While she seems to only be in the contemplation stage, US Weekly reports that a source close to the show says Brandi may be exiting the show because she will be fired.
The source maintains even Andy Cohen is fed up with her drama stirring and feels Brandi's over-the-top behavior is damaging to the show.
While Cohen has not yet officially commented Glanville's potential firing, there is no question her behavior this season is not sitting well with co-stars and fans. As the Inquisitr previously reported, fans started a petition seeking to have Glanville fired last month. It is also very clear from the scathing Bravo blogs from most of the RHOBH cast this season that there is no love lost between Brandi and the other women, especially Kyle Richards, who had a physical altercation with Glanville earlier this season.
On whether Brandi Glanville will be fired or leave the show voluntarily, a source close to the reality TV tells US Weekly if she doesn't come back next season, it'll be her own choice.
"She's furious at how she's been portrayed. She thinks they made her look like a train wreck."Glanville tweeted earlier this month to imply that editing is what is causing her to look so bad this season. According to Reality Tea, in early February, she also took to Twitter to accuse Andy Cohen of bullying her. This may not have sat well with the Bravo producer, who later expressed his disappointment in her accusation, and could be one of the many reasons he allegedly wants her gone from the show.
If Brandi Glanville is let go from being a Housewife, this will not be the first time that a firing rumor has leaked before cast members were officially notified they were being fired. Before Kelly Bensimon, Jill Zarin, Cindy Barshop, and Alex McCord were let go from the Real Housewives of New York, a Huffington Post blogger broke the story before the four women were personally told they were not going to be welcomed back for the next season.
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