Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville recently opened up about all the rumors surrounding who is in and who is out on Season 6 – and most of the recent rumors surround her troubled bestie, Kim Richards.
Kim Richards has been stirring up the drama recently on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. In fact, after disrupting her daughter’s wedding in Mexico and failing to show up at her rehab facility, rumors started to surface that producers of the show were ready to fire Kim and cut ties for good.
However, according to Classical Lite, Kim isn’t ready to call it quits on the show just yet. The reality star has supposedly checked into a multiple year program at a sober living facility in order to get herself back in the game and persuade producers that she’s ready for another season.
“Kim entered inpatient treatment late Wednesday night… It’s a program that last up to two years!” an inside source revealed to Radar Online. “Her bosses were aware she was entering a long-term treatment program that allows her to work because she desperately wants to save the relationship with the network now.”
While Kim is trying her best to convince her producers at Bravo that she’s willing to change in order to stay on the show, fellow co-star Brandi Glanville recently admitted that they all act out on the show just because the cameras are rolling.
“Sometimes I feel like we all act out because, you know, like, when there’s a camera on, we’re like children,” Glanville told William Shatner during a recent episode of Brown Bag Wine Tasting. “When you put a camera on them, everything’s heightened and you act like a little crazy. You know, if you put a camera on my eight-year-old, he goes crazy for a second. I feel like, you know, we’re a bunch of middle-aged women doing the same things.”
Glanville went on to admit that she creates drama in order to gain attention, and that, unlike Shatner, she has to rely on the drama she creates for success. “I don’t have a talent to back it up like yourself. I’m not an actor, I’m not a singer, so it’s really for attention I guess,” she explained in the interview.
Although she didn’t address the rumors that Kim has been fired from Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, her comments indicate that perhaps all the drama surrounding Kim, from her disaster in Mexico to her failed stint in rehab, won’t prevent her from being on the show. Indeed, if the reality series is all about drama, then firing Kim will certainly not help in the drama department.
Catch Brandi Glanville — and perhaps Kim Richards — when the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills returns to Bravo later this year.
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