The Bravo Network has taken a few hits from Brandi Glanville since The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season five wrapped production. In her latest diss, a re-tweet from a fan on May 27, Glanville slammed the Bravo Network for editing her to be a mean girl on the show.
“Loved [Brandi Glanville’s] Podcast so much I picked up her books. [No] wonder why [Bravo Network] portrays her so badly? She’s so different off #RHOBH.”
In response to the fan’s tweet about Bravo Network, Glanville wrote, “Awww thx!”
Glanville was brought aboard the Bravo Network by Adrienne Maloof during the second season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. At the time, she and Dana Wilkey joined the cast as friends of the housewives, or part-time cast members. Then, ahead of the show’s third season, Wilkey was let go, and Glanville was invited back in a full-time role, which she has starred in ever since.
While Glanville never said much about the Bravo Network’s portrayal of her on the show years ago, season five changed her outlook, and she immediately began complaining about how she has been perceived once the show began airing. She even threatened to quit her job with the Bravo Network because of their allegedly unfair edits.
As the Inquisitr previously reported, Glanville is said to be living in fear over possibly losing her gig with the Bravo Network. In an interview with OK! Magazine, via Real Mr. Housewife, a source alleged Glanville feels she may have taken her comments too far, leading the Bravo Network to consider giving her the axe. As a result, the mother of two has reportedly put her focus in other projects, hoping she will continue to be able to support herself and her children.
“She’s terrified of being broke again if her gig on RHOBH ends, and she’s determined to not be left high and dry. She’s putting a lot of effort into her podcast, but what she really wants is a satellite radio show… because that’s where the money is.”
“She’s set her sights on landing a hosting gig. Brandi’s confident it would come naturally, given her podcast experience.”
If Glanville does get fired by the Bravo Network, her opportunities would likely come to a crashing halt. Although she has a recognizable name at this point, her absence from the show would certainly lead to a major decrease in popularity.
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