Brandi Glanville and Snooki (aka Nicole Polizzi) have podcasts on PodcastOne and this week Brandi was a guest on Snooki’s. Brandi dished on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion – and the shocking twist we’ll see during part 3 next week, and also shared who’d she vote off the show if she could.
Snooki starts off by telling Brandi that she kind of felt bad for her off and on this season because there was a lot of drama for her. How does she deal with it? “You know, it’s hard because it’s not like we’re acting, as you know – you’ve been on reality TV. You don’t get judged as an actress, you get judged as a human being. It’s really hard because they don’t see everything. You only see six minutes of what they shoot per person and there’s so much more that happens that you can’t explain because you’re not allowed to. So, I swear there’s a reason I did that, but you can’t tell everyone. Social media is crazy with haters.”
Kyle Richards has been under siege as she faces an arsenal of meanness from Kim Richards and Brandi Glanville – and not even a Chanel shield can protect her!
Throughout the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills reunion Kyle confronted issues with Kim and reveals the two sisters are no closer to a resolution but she is hurt by Kim’s dismissal of their relationship and disgusted by Brandi’s constant deflections and lies. Kyle states that writing this blog was a struggle as she floundered to comprehend all that has happened and where she and Kim can even go from here.
“So much has happened between Kim and me,” Kyle describes. “Usually at the reunion, you hope to be able to have some resolution by the end. Clearly that wasn’t going to be happening with us. Kim’s comment about being happy just as things are in our relationship was hurtful.”
Lisa Vanderpump is tired of lies and nonsense on Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills, but she is most tired of those who act like the cameras shouldn’t capture behaviors they don’t like and their co-stars shouldn’t have an opinion on those behaviors. Reflecting on the denial and deflection of certain co-stars, Lisa is fed up – especially as her husband Ken Todd recovers from surgery for a second hip replacement! What is Ken doing with those hips – something must happen more than twice a year Miss. Lisa!
As Lisa points out, the premise of a reality show is to let the public (and the other cast members) into your life, so if you have something to hide or don’t want others involved you should probably eschew the public eye. Ahem, Kim Richards!!
“I see offensive line man, Lisa V waiting to hurl her thought-out scripted attacks regardless of whether they fit at all into our conversation, Lisa R exhaustively trying to change every topic (whether it was about her or not) to her own addiction about anything to do with addiction, Eileen trying to fake a pass by laying her earned reputation on me, and cowardly Kyle waiting to piggyback any tackle,” blogged Brandi. “Kim and I were obviously playing defense. Only I was really over it at this point.”
Do I have to rehash the deluded behaviors of Brandi Glanville and Kim Richards cause I don’t wanna! I do want to talk about Lisa Rinna‘s “Double-Standard Dance” which needs to become a Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills standard. Like, whenever someone is being a hypocritical bitch (aka all the dagone time) just jump up and start wriggling and twisting and gun finger-pointing double-standard dancing. Their faces don’t move so they’ve gotta do something to convey their disgust.
I recant… Eileen Davidson‘s face moves. I’ll add that to my long list of things I love about Eileen. Also, she can drop a read so thick with shade a bitch won’t be able to see the sun for days. Eileen and Phaedra Parks need to start conducting seminars.
Andy asks Eileen what she was thinking joining RHOBH and she is like uhhhh… well, my life is great, my job is great, I just won an Emmy, and I wanted “a different type of drama” – well she got it! She also got wine thrown in her face and called a beast. Which – let me tell you – Eileen’s “How dare you!” rebuttal to KimKillah over the beast comment was my favorite moment of this season. It was so… Dynasty.
Brandi’s chief complaint, of course, is hypocrisy and double-standards. “She feels like everyone else in the cast can do whatever they want, but whatever she does gets criticized,” the “source” adds. And she’s frustrated by what her portrayal on the show has done to her image by making her look trashy, slutty, vulgar, and drunk!
Kenya’s ire towards Brandi started after Andy asked Brandi what it was like working with Krayonce on CA. Brandi, of course, didn’t try to make nice. Instead she called Kenya “crazy” and “evil” and Kenya unleashed her tirade on twitter! “LOL this woman is still talking about me #obsessedmuch #RHOBH” Kenya wrote.
In her Bravo blogLipsa Rinnaweighs in on the “Hunger Games” this week that was part 1 of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Reunion. She entered the reunion as a newbie, and with much trepidation. She hadn’t seen any of the ladies since filming for RHOBH had wrapped months before and says, “I could have gone another few months, or really, another few lifetimes without seeing them.” But see them, she did! And they lived up to her very low expectations about as well as she anticipated. “It seems some came in ready to toss out passive aggressive insults about how much better they were than the rest of us, and others came in with a more direct approach, shooting out insults the whole way through. Just as classy as I had anticipated it to be,” she quips.
Rinna first addresses the garbled, mumbly jab Kim Richards’attempted over Rinna doing a Depends commercial, which she claims earned her at least 7 figures. She says YES, not NO to 7 figure gigs! Meanwhile, Kim says YES to Diving with the Stars. And Drinking in Her Closet (allegedly). Apparently, as part of Rinna’s commercial contract, Kimberly Clark (Depends parent organization) donated a quarter of a million dollars to the charity Dress for Success: “a global not-for-profit organization that promotes the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, a network of support, and the career development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.” Lisa adds, “The fact that I got paid handsomely and Dress For Success did as well is worth any teasing or taunting I may get. If ‘not taking pride’ in the jobs I choose means this worthy charity gets a hearty six figure check and some recognition, then so be it!”