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Lisa Vanderpump Responds To Brandi Glanville’s Recent Comments And Claims She Doesn’t ‘Give A Damn’ If Brandi Rejoins RHOBH; Says “I Think She SHOULD Join THIS Cast, As She Would Fit In Perfectly”

Lisa Vanderpump is denying Brandi Glanville's claims that Camille Grammer was instructed by her to say at the Season 9 reunion of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills that her guest appearance on the show was the reason why she decided to leave the series after nine seasons.

LVP is also denying that she's keeping Glanville from returning to the show. "First, @CamilleGrammer speaks for herself, we have seen that. Secondly, I don't give a damn if @BrandiGlanville joins #RHOBH," she tweeted.

She added: "In fact, I think she SHOULD join THIS cast, as she would fit in perfectly.

The news comes days after Glanville claimed Grammer’s comments during the reunion taping were written by Vanderpump.

“Let’s be 1000 percent clear, Camille came in with a script and all of it was written by Lisa Vanderpump,” she said during a recent episode of her “Brandi Glanville Unfiltered” podcast. “She came in with bullet points she had to get out. [Lisa] wrote it. I know Lisa. So Lisa’s last act as a housewife was to make sure that if she’s going down, bitches are going down with her.”

She later revealed that she believed that the drama from the reunion was Vanderpump’s way to possibly return to the show.

“I think she just wanted to make sure that she left [the door] open with all of the other women so that she could come back and blame me for the entire season of everyone calling her out on her bulls–t,” she said, according to Us Weekly.

“I don’t think LVP’s days on Housewives is over. I don’t. I think that she’ll take a season off, she’ll come back,” Glanville claimed. “Whoever the weakest link is, she’ll get in with them and they’ll make up or she’ll blackmail someone and get back in somehow.”

Glanvillle also revealed that she won’t be returning to RHOBH next season, explaining that she’d spoken to one of the producers “and he said, ‘It’s not going to happen. We can’t do that to Lisa.’ … He was like, ‘There is no way we can replace Lisa with you.’”

“I was upset, obviously, because we’d talked about me coming back for a couple of seasons,” she added, “but she wanted to make sure that I’m not back.”

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