Beverly Hills housewives Lisa Vanderpump and Brandi Glanville remain on the outs, even months after filming on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills wrapped. Although their on-screen drama came to a halt weeks ago, Vanderpump and Glanville’s feud lives on via social media.
On April 5, after a fan wondered why Glanville’s hookup was such a big deal, Vanderpump explained, “Umm 1st night, friends sons best friend, twenty years younger.. Never mind.”
As fans of the show saw, Beverly Hills reality star Glanville took a trip to Amsterdam with her co-stars at the end of last year. During the trip, she met and hung out with a man named Andre, the best friend of Vanderpump’s son, Max. According to Vanderpump, her Beverly Hills co-star’s hookup was both inappropriate and “disgusting,” and, as the Inquisitr reported, Kyle Richards labeled the relationship “creepy.”
In her Bravo blog on March 20, Richards wrote the following:
“Brandi was on a ‘date’ with Max’s friend. It all seemed creepy and strange, but I suppose Brandi would say (even though we’re four years apart in age) that I’m just a ‘Menopause Mama.’ To each his own.”
After Glanville joined the cast of Beverly Hills during the Bravo reality show’s second season, she and Vanderpump hit it off, and spent time together both on-screen and off. However, during the show’s fourth season, Glanville began questioning Vanderpump’s intentions with her and her Beverly Hills co-stars. In a conversation with Richards, Glanville alleged Vanderpump had manipulated her and others into doing things they wouldn’t have done on their own.
During Season 5 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, tension between Vanderpump and Glanville reached an all-time high when Glanville slapped Vanderpump on the cheek. Although Glanville didn’t intend to hurt Vanderpump, the incident made it impossible for the restauranteur to move forward with their friendship, which she discussed during part one of the reunion show.
Speaking to Andy Cohen, Vanderpump noted the incident between herself and Glanville as a violation, and said she simply couldn’t go on continuing to make excuses for her Beverly Hills co-star’s behavior, and Cohen didn’t blame her.
“It seemed like almost, forgive the comparison, but it’s almost like you’re playing with your dog and all of the sudden your dog bites you by mistake, you know what I mean?” he noted.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 5 reunion part two airs tonight at 8 p.m. on Bravo. The episode will be followed by the Season 7 premiere of The Real Housewives of New York City at 9 p.m.
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