Brandi Glanville On Life Without The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills: “I’m Cutting Back On Anti-Depressants”

Brandi Glanville

Brandi Glanville may have been fired (or whatever she is calling it this week) from the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, but she is here to stay.

Brandi will continue to say and do offensive things, drink and then write a book about it, tweet stupidity, whine about her divorce that happened, like, 118 years ago, be a menace to unsuspecting people at Target, etc., to get attention. And there is no doubt in my mind that Brandi‘s abhorrent behavior will be rewarded with her very own reality TV show sooner rather than later.

Brandi winning in the end is not a welcome thought, I know, but at least she will not be trashing up the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills anymore. 


According to Brandi, she’s just as happy about her unemployed status as most of us are, “I’m cutting back on my anti-depressants. I wake up with a smile.”

“There’s a stress that goes with it,” Brandi said about filming RHOBH. “I don’t have that anymore. My days are happy and carefree. I talk to Yolanda [Foster] and she’s like, ‘Oh, it’s so stressful,’ and I’m like, ‘I know.'”

Carefree?!? What happened to boohoo, moving, boohoo, single mom, boohoo, haters, blah, blah, blah?!?

When asked if we could possibly see her on RHOBH again, Brandi said, “Yes, they’ve asked me to leave the door open. Bravo was my home and they saved my life. I would never say, ‘No, I’m not coming back 100%.’ It was a mutual decision. It wasn’t like, ‘OK, Bye!’ I didn’t want to do it but at the same time with Kim [Richards] not doing it and Yolanda being ill and not doing it as much… I really don’t like the other women. I feel like I’m going through a breakup almost, but I feel clean, fresh and clean.”

Brandi maintains that she acted like a “giant a-hole” solely to make good TV… for job security… irony at its finest.

“I was doing everything for the sake of making good TV whether I would go be loved or hated,” claimed Brandi. “Because I, unlike the other women, needed the J-O-B. They’re rich anyway. If something needed to happen, I was like, ‘OK, we don’t have a show, what can I do?'”

About throwing wine in Eileen Davidson‘s face, she said, “I can’t really explain it. I really don’t know. Otherwise we were having a perfectly lovely dinner. I was like, ‘This is not good TV.’ When you get your hair and makeup done for dinner, you want to make a splash.”

Brandi dropped a few hints about her upcoming projects, “I cannot say exactly what I’m doing, but I’m not leaving. I’ll be here. There’s two different things I’m doing for TV that’s all I can say. It’s reality based. But, you know, I won’t have to be around people I wouldn’t normally hang out with and have to throw wine.”

About her next book – which will follow Drinking and Tweeting and Drinking and Dating she shared, “It kind of pokes fun at the reality space a little bit because that’s what I do.”  So… Drinking and Getting Fired?


Photo Credit: Charles Sykes/Bravo