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Brandi Glanville and Wendy Williams are set to host the “World’s Largest Bachelorette Party” in Las Vegas this weekend. Whose bright idea was this?!?! I mean, the venue and the open bar are right up Brandi’s alley, but I don’t think I’d want her anywhere near impressionable brides-to-be.

As we know, all too well, Brandi‘s marriage to Eddie Cibrian didn’t end well.

Fast forward five years… the vitriolic Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star said she believes Mr. Right is out there, but she doesn’t see marriage in her future. “I don’t plan on getting marriage again,” she declared. “But I do welcome meeting the man that will make me change my mind about that.”


Speaking to In Touch, Brandi went on to say that she only goes on dates when her sons, Mason and Jake, are with LeAnn and Eddie.

“The truth is, over the past five years I haven’t introduced them to anyone as a boyfriend,” continued Brandi. “It hasn’t been ‘in love’ yet and I don’t want to confuse them. Although they both now would love for me to have a boyfriend so they could wrestle with somebody because they are getting too big and too strong to be wrestling with me anymore!”

Speaking of the boys, Brandi recently came under fire for sharing a picture of Mason and Jake wearing only underwear on Twitter. Then she fired back, “They were both clothed from the waist down whatever! I was naked my whole life #f*ckoffhaters,” adding, “You can’t post a pic or tweet without haters! I think this Halloween I will pass out Lexapro to all the kids parents! #gethappy.”

So, Brandi lashes out on Twitter on the regular, then she turned around and said she hopes her kids grow up to be polite and appreciative. Um, OK.

“The biggest lesson I hope to teach my kids is a little humbleness and appreciation,” shared Brandi. “My kids live quite the fancy life and it scares me sometimes that the bar has been set so high for birthdays, vacations, VIP moments, etc., that they might start to expect those types of blessing and not know to appreciate them and to appreciate just how lucky they are. I’d also like to teach them that that hard work goes a long way, and the words ‘please’ and ‘thank you’ should always be said.”

When asked about the cons of co-parenting, Brandi said, “The hardest thing I find about co-parenting is having two households with two different sets of rules. I believe that kids need consistency… and two households with different rules can make that difficult.”

Brandi certainly is, uh, consistent. I’m just not sure it’s the kind of consistency her boys need. I wish them luck. Truly.


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