Is Brandi Glanville Returning to ‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ Season 10?

Brandi Glanville is best known for being part of the cast on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. During her three-season run, she made sure to leave an impression as one of the most controversial “housewives.” Fans have been asking her to return to the Bravo show and one bold viewer questioned if she was going to be making an appearance during Season 10.

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Would Brandi Glanville return to ‘RHOBH’?

Glanville has made sporadic appearances on RHOBH ever since she left the show after Season 5. Her last cameo was during Season 9 when she met up with Denise Richards for a chat. The former model knows how to stir up drama and fans love how confrontational she can be.

When she left the Bravo franchise she didn’t leave many friends behind, but it seems that she has rekindled some friendships which could set the groundwork for her return.

“I’m finally good with all the gals of RHOBH, so let’s be nice pretty please,” she tweeted.

A fan then asked her if she would be appearing during Season 10 that is currently in production.

“They just started filming. I really have zero idea, but I think with 2 new gals they have a pretty full plate,” she replied.

Unfortunately, it seems like Glanville is not scheduled to make an appearance on RHOBH next season, but fans will most likely remain hopeful that it could happen.

Two new housewives

As Glanville mentioned, RHOBH will be introducing two new housewives to the series in Season 10. Garcelle Beauvais is one of the ladies set to join the cast making history as the first African American housewife in this franchise.

“I am excited and proud to be joining the cast of such a wildly popular and beloved show like The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” Beauvais told The Daily Dish in a statement. “As a working actor who has been in the industry for some time, it’s exhilarating to have the opportunity to delve into a new chapter in the entertainment spectrum.”

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Beauvais is an accomplished actress that has known Lisa Rinna for years.

“As the first African American Housewife in the Beverly Hills franchise, I am honored and humbled by this awesome opportunity to exemplify the fact that Black Girl Magic lives and thrives in every zip code!” she added. “Already being intimately familiar with the spotlight of Hollywood, my journey of successes and trials has already been chronicled and shared with my many loyal supporters around the world. The continual encouragement, support and yes, even at times, criticism, have helped make me the dynamic woman I am today.”

Sutton Stracke is the other new face joining the ladies of Beverly Hills.

“I am thrilled and honored to be joining The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. As a mother to three children who is also deeply committed to my efforts in philanthropy, my life is a balancing act,” Stracke said in a statement to The Daily Dish.

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Brandi Glanville contradicts Camille Grammer

Glanville also weighed in on the controversy between Kyle Richards and Camille Grammer. The latter is blaming the former of having a hand in her exit from RHOBH.

“I wasn’t asked back. It’s fine. I did my time on the show. And it’s Kyle’s show,” Grammar replied to a fan in a now-deleted tweet.

In another replied, Grammer wrote: “It was up to Kyle. I’m really fine. After the reunion, I didn’t want to come back. It was an awful experience.”

Glanville is not too sure that it was Richards that made the ultimate decision and contradicted Grammer.

“I was catching up on my RHOBH gossip blogs and [I] was reading that someone is saying RHOBH is Kyle Richards’ show,” she tweeted. “Her and I are great now but we were not before. If it actually was her show from the beginning my a** would have never lasted as long as I did.”

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is set to air during the first quarter of 2020 on Bravo.