Brandi Glanville Talks RHoBH Season 4 and Crazy Reunion Taping — Exclusive
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Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

Brandi Glanville Talks RHoBH Season 4 and Crazy Reunion Taping — Exclusive

Brandi Glanville is a master of “real talk,” and we can always count on her to give it to us straight — even when it’s about things she’s not supposed to talk about (see: revealing how much the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast makes, or dropping Adrienne Maloof’s surrogacy bombshell).

So when Wetpaint Entertainment caught up with the reality star at OK! Magazine’s So Sexy party at the Mondrian in LA on April 17 (where Brandi also played hostess), we couldn’t resist asking her some tough questions about the RHOBH Season 3 reunion and her future on the show.

We chatted up a storm with Brandi as she revealed to us the most difficult part of the reunion taping, and whether fans will see a different side of her in Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 4.

Wetpaint Entertainment: How did you feel about the reunion? What was the hardest thing for you?

Brandi Glanville: It was hard for me to watch people go after Yolanda [Foster] because they knew full well that she had just come from Florida and she was suffering really bad and they knew that. I was holding her up the whole time and to see them have a go at her, it flipped my switch and I got a little mean. I do that for my friend. I’m not Switzerland, I have an opinion and just to know that she’s such an amazing person and she’s done so much for them — to see that switch? I was like, “No no no no no.”

What do you hope will be different about Season 4 and is there anything you’d like to do differently yourself?

Well I hope they bring me back. I’ll let you know when that happens. They haven’t told us yet so but I’m hopeful.

If they bring you back, are you going to be different?

I’m just me! I’m kind of a dick a lot [Laughs] but I’m just me.

You say what’s on your mind. Not a lot of people do that!

I do! My whole life has been this way. It’s funny, my mom was like, “Everyone is now getting to see what I’ve had to deal with your whole life.”

Are you close with your mom?

Oh yeah. My family is amazing