Brandi Glanville is making her housewives return in the second season of Ultimate Girls Trip, which is set to premiere later this year.
The former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star will experience some drama and shenanigans at Medley’s home in the Massachusetts Berkshires and the season alongside Dorinda Medley, Jill Zarin, Taylor Armstrong, Tamra Judge, Phaedra Parks, Eva Marcille and Vicki Gunvalson is eagerly awaited by the fans.
Glanville left RHOBH in 2015 after three seasons as a full-time housewife. Glanville, a controversial reality star, is sure to be in the midst of all the mayhem at Medley’s Blue Stone Manor – and fans are getting a sneak peek at the drama before the show’s trailer has even been released.
Interestingly, this particular drama between two castmates happened after filming wrapped.
Here’s what you need to know:
Glanville made a disrespectful comment to Medley about her home in the Berkshires
Glanville might not have been the loveliest houseguest to stay at Blue Stone Manor while filming RHUGT season two.
After eight days of filming with the cast, Glanville took to social media to share a little about her experience on the show. According to the Daily MailGlanville made some “reckless” comments about the experience, insulting Medley – and her late husband Richard Medley.
Glanville dubbed the house “Dead Stone Manor” and said the cast only “talked about death.” Not only has Medley experienced the loss of a spouse, but former RHONY star Jill Zarin lost her husband Bobby in 2018. Also, former RHOBH star Taylor Armstrong’s ex-husband Richard Armstrong committed suicide in 2011.
“It’s just awful because first of all it’s at my husband’s house and he’s buried like a mile away. When you stay at someone’s home, is that how you talk about death? I just…God help you,” Medley told the Daily Mail.
“You know, there’s no fighting, there’s no defense. Because you just can’t use it as a weapon,” she continued, before adding, “It’s morbid and ruthless and somehow comes across as ignorant.”
Medley said Glanville has since apologized
Medley has been on a press tour of sorts and has been doing all sorts of interviews talking about her new bourbon, her new radio show, and of course, Ultimate Girls Trip.
During her chat with Daily Mail TV, Medley revealed that Glanville texted her to apologize. Medley has forgiven Glanville and the two seem to be in a good place now.
“She says those things and I think she regrets it. I don’t think Brandi has a mean bone in her body,” Medley told the outlet.
Glanville wasn’t the only person to upset Medley. With the cameras rolling, Medley and Gunvalson came into play about vaccines. In an interview with Page SixMedley teased an epic fight that fans will see in the upcoming season.
The heated debate began when Gunvalson Medley reportedly said that “everyone who got the vaccine is going to die”.
“I was just kind of clear about my views on it. You know I like to state my views clearly. I get very lucid, especially after a few martinis. For me it was [about] science,” she told the outlet.
RHUGT airs on Peacock. The streaming service has not yet announced a release date.
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