Brandi Glanville's Bad Attitude Just Got Her Kicked Off 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills'

It looks like Brandi Glanville won't be rejoining the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills next season, and the reason why will likely surprise no one. An insider revealed to E! News' Giuliana Rancic that it was Bravo's decision to not invite her back, due to her contentious relationships with some of the other cast members.

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Somewhere, LeAnn Rimes is high-fiving herself. I'm guessing.

Anyway, I can't help but feel a little bad for Brandi, who is reportedly "upset" by the news, but also understands it, and is glad she got to be on the show for a few seasons.

Kim first appeared on the reality series in season two as a friend, and joined as a regular in season three. She stayed on through seasons four and five, and won't be in the sixth, which has yet to start filming. Over the years, Brandi has managed to piss almost everyone off at some point or another, most recently with Kyle Richards, over her sister Kim Richards.

Kim also hasn't been invited back, by the way, which is fine by her as she focuses on her health and recovery in rehab.

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Anyway, there was a rift this last season involving Kim's sobriety, a poker night, some prescription pills, scratching, and pizza flying across the room. Which sort of makes me question why Bravo is quitting this kind of entertainment, except when I remember that even though it's a reality show, these are real people in real life with real feelings.

After the filming of that scene, Kim was arrested and charged with resisting arrest, public intoxication, and battery of an officer. She's recovering in rehab right now, and a source told E! News, "She's doing well. She's talking to her children and they've all visited her ... Right now, she's not sure how long she's going to stay in treatment. She's taking it one day at a time."

Are you going to miss Brandi next season?

 

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