Brandi Glanville is the furthest thing from friends with Joanna Krupa, the former Real Housewives Of Miami star whom Brandi has accused of having less than stellar feminine hygiene, as well as being the culprit behind breaking up Yolanda Foster‘s marriage to Mohamed Hadid.
Now Joanna is threatening to sue Brandi if she doesn’t keep her comments regarding Joanna, Joanna’s cooch, and who or what she does with it to herself! “Joanna hired heavyweight lawyer Ray Rafool to sue because enough is enough,” says an insider.
First of all, Kyle Richards‘ feelings of sadness when her children leave home are greater than the rest of ours because as Kyle told us 456,000 she never went to college – and she could have been a lawyer, you know, if she wasn’t a child star! Kyle should just go now – it’s not like she’d have to get student loans. Which she wouldn’t get anyway because Chanel doesn’t sell them.
After Brandi tossed a glass of wine on Jeff Lewis during a recent WWHL showing (which was prompted by her tossing a glass of wine on Eileen Davidson), Kenya got on her high stallion and accused the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star of needing rehab. Probably!
The latest round started with Brandi continuing to call Kenya’s hair fake – even though Andy Cohen verified it was real. Then Brandi went further describing Kenya as “pure evil.” Adding, “I didn’t know that Kenya Moore had fans. I really didn’t.”
“Let’s start with Brandi and Lisa Vanderpump’s lunch, so we can get that out of the way and attempt to move forward,” blogged Lisa. “Since I’m not entirely familiar with the back story, there really isn’t too much for me to comment on with this. Both Brandi and Lisa have apologized to one another, and Lisa made it very clear that she can’t be the friend Brandi wants her to be.”
The addition of Lisa Rinna and Eileen Davidson was enough to make this three plus decades Days of Our Lives fanatic over the moon (I was watching in the womb…I’m not really that old 😉 ), but I didn’t realize I’d adore them on the show as much as I do. They are both such class acts, and I have to say, I wish Eileen had channeled her inner Kristen DiMera when Brandi’s chardonnay hit her square in the face. She, my friends, is a class act. Not surprisingly, Lisa agrees with me.
Addressing the situation with Brandi in her Bravo blog, Lisa begins, “Hello to all of you. As I sit here with a bit of a cold, I am trying to make sense of this complicated situation. Here goes…So we open with the decision made that I would meet, much to my husband’s chagrin, Brandi for lunch. Ken is fiercely loyal, and as you saw in the flashbacks, he went out of his way, almost to his own detriment, to defend Brandi. He felt strongly that after last season she would no longer be in that position again. I believe what hurt him the most was when Yolanda [Foster] intimated he abused her, which the footage shows he clearly doesn’t. He wouldn’t, and he is a protector of women, so when Brandi tweeted, ‘A man should never put his hands on a woman’ (all in the master plan attempting to discredit him),he was extremely hurt and disappointed. Little incidents like these, including bankruptcy allegations, accumulated in his mind apart from all the footage we had seen, and I think, unfortunately for him, it is just too big to forget.”
Eileen Davidson was initiated into the cult of Housewives and found the hazing worse than what she’s had to endure on Days Of Our Lives. It turns out some people – ahem Brandi Glanville – take their fangirl stalker status a lot too far – or maybe they’re just hella passive aggressive. Eileen can’t decide.
“I think you can tell I didn’t know how to handle it when it happened. First of all, I didn’t hear Brandi say she was going to throw the wine in my face, so it came as a complete surprise. But even if I had heard, I’m sure I wouldn’t have believed she’d actually do it,” the new Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star admits.
Eileen is candid that she cried in reaction. “I laughed at first, and then I teared up. OK, I cried.” She explains, “It was so bizarre and felt like such an attack coming from a woman (not a little girl, BTW who needs a timeout, a spanking, or whatever) that I barely knew. And then I was left to wonder, to what end? I seem to ask myself that question a lot where Brandi’s concerned.”