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Uh-oh – don’t count your chickens before they hatch! Or in this case don’t stop counting your wrinkles before your face lift heals! It seems that poor Brandi Glanville can never get a break where Housewives is concerned and may be suffering the same fate as the now retired Camille Grammer. Brandi has, allegedly, been let go for refusing to her feature her children on the show. And it’s all ex-husband Eddie Cibrian‘s fault!

According to RadarOnline, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star’s contract was yanked by Bravo when it was determined that filming her children was a no-go. “Bravo wanted her to have her kids on the show in order to expand story lines,” a source reports. “But LeAnn [Rimes] and Eddie wouldn’t allow it.” Wait – LeAnn, former mistress, now wife has a say in the matter? Uhhh… sounds fishy to me!

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“Brandi didn’t expect that LeAnn and Eddie would have objections since the kids have been on the show before, but they did,” the source adds. “Eddie said they did not want the children on camera on a regular basis. So Bravo said that Brandi would have to stay ‘friend’ and not become an official ‘housewife.’” Poor Brandi!

It sounds like Bravo is tired of filming shows about so-called Housewives that features no Housewife-ing. Now, I’m the first one to think children should not be included in reality television, but this is a show about women and their families – allegedly – and Adrienne Maloof already refuses to have her children on the show, so that only leads Kyle Richards with young children featuring herself as a mother. Although, I’m not sure I believe this rumor!

I have to say, why don’t LeAnn and Eddie go scratch get jobs of their own already and leave Brandi alone!

DO YOU BELIEVE THE RUMOR? DO YOU THINK BRANDI WILL BE BACK AS A FULL-FLEDGED HOUSEWIFE? WILL SEASON THREE CASTING DRAMA NEVER END?

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