‘RHOBH’ Brandi Glanville Apologies for Season 5 Reunion Feud after Lisa Rinna Get Violent? [GOSSIP NEWS]
Hard as it may be to believe Brandi Glanville didn't behave quite as well at the Season 5 Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion as she might have liked. According to the latest gossip news updates, Donald Trump drunk Celebrity Apprentice absolutely loses it at the 2015 finale, but surprisingly, this time around Glanville is actually apologizing for her unacceptable words and actions. Even more shocking, however, are the reports that Bravo reality TV show newcomer, Lisa Rinna is said to have made Brandi's outburst seem tame by comparison to her violent episodes on the episode.
It the most surprising turn of events in Real Housewives history, Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville is actually already ready to apologize for her heinous acts at this year's reunion, prior to it even being aired.
In the latest episode of her podcast, Brandi admitted that she didn't come to the taping ready to show her ass, but somewhere during the evening it happened whether she prepared for it or not (via PodDust):
"You want to fight the fight, and I went in there saying 'I'm going to be quiet the whole time. I'm not giving them anything,' and then I lost my temper.
"And it was craziness. Like crazy.
"But having said that, I've got to own what I did and said."
As ugly as Glanville might have gotten at the reunion word has it her bad behavior pales in comparison to Lisa Rinna, who Celeb Dirty Laundry reports was physically intimidating cast and crew alike by the end of the night:
"Cast and crew were shocked when Rinna went berserk and lost her composure not once, but three times or even more.
"This time the violence was more terrifying.
"Rinna became so irrationally angry and violent that cast mates questioned her mental health. Others were worried that security would have to be summoned."
At this point why doesn't Bravo just replace the reunion episode with the end of the year cage match that everyone really wants to see?© 2016 The Classical Art, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.