The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 6 will not include Brandi Glanville as an official member of the cast, and finally, the mother of two has admitted it was not her decision to leave the show. According to a July 6 report by AllAboutTRH, the Real Housewives star recently opened up about being fired from the series after starring on the show as a full-time housewife for three seasons.
"Well this week has been crazy! I spoke to Yolanda Foster and Kim Richards. Lisa Vanderpump actually emailed me after I got fired which was very weird. I was shocked, it was very unexpected. I feel like she did so I'd tell people that she did it. Everything with her is a plan -- everything is very strategic."As fans of the show have since, Glanville grew close to Foster and Richards in recent months, as her relationships with the other women fell apart. However, with Richards having also reportedly been fired, and Foster reportedly stepping back a bit to concentrate on her health, Glanville's role on the show evolved. While she was once very much a part of the ladies' lives, she's now on the outs with all of the remaining full-time Real Housewives.
Since news of Glanville's firing hit the web last month, the Real Housewives star has steadily denied she got the axe, telling fans on Twitter that if she was really fired, she would admit it weeks ago.
Although Glanville's role on the show has been cut, that doesn't mean fans won't see her at all. According to her interview, she's still considering rejoining The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills for Season 6.
"RHOBH isn't done, though – they want me part-time. I don't want to close that door, but I have other offers. I have choices, and that's what the hard part is – I want to make a great choice. I might only get one chance at this!"As the Inquisitr previously reported, Glanville will likely be back on the show to "wrap up her story" during Season 6. Last week, a source revealed the news to Page Six.
In response, Glanville explained, "RHOBH will always be home to me, but I'm excited to share what's coming up next for me. Who knows, this may not be the last time you see me on Bravo!"
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 6 is currently in production and expected to premiere later this year on Bravo.
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