‘RHOBH’ Brandi Gianville Fired Because of Lisa Vanderpump? Stars In Spin Off Series

By DV Pre | 1 year ago
‘RHOBH’ Brandi Gianville Fired Because of Lisa Vanderpump? Stars In Spin Off Series

“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Brandi Gianville has finally opened up about her decision to leave the Bravo series. It has long been rumored that the reality star was fired from the show. She, however, claims that it was her decision to not return for season 6.

During her most recent podcast, titled “Brandi Glanville Unfiltered,” the RHOBH star explained that she decided to not sign a contract with Bravo for she wanted to focus on other things. Brandi explained that she wanted to concentrate on her podcast, clothing line and her new wine business.


“And keep an eye out for my next adventure that will show everyone a more well-rounded side of who I really am,” she said, via Perez Hilton.

Could this mean that she could be starring on a new reality series spin off? Guess we should all just wait and see.

Despite several speculations that the executive producers of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” have decided to fire her, the reality star shared that there was no bad blood between her and the network.

Lisa Vanderpump meanwhile have been fighting claims that she was the reason for Brandi’s dismissal. Speaking to Perez Hilton, she explained that she has no control of the casting and it was purely the network’s decision.

“I wish I did. After Season 4…trust me, there would have been a couple of people that would have left earlier. Just saying.”

The reality star, however, does not believe that Brandi truly left “RHOBH” because of the reasons she specified.

“Crook of poo. Crock of poo. I do wish her well, but it’s a crook of poo.”

There you have it on the latest news about the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” cast members. Do you think Brandi Gianville was fired from the series because of Lisa Vanderpump? Sound off in the comments below.

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Photo Source: Facebook/Brandi Gianville