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Brandi Glanville Confirms She Will Appear On Upcoming Season Of RHOBH, Camille Grammer Says Season 10 Drama Is ‘Targeted’ At Her!

Brandi Glanville confirms she's making a comeback on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. During an episode of her Unfiltered podcast, the reality star opened up about making an appearance on the Bravo hit reality series.

"I will be back a little bit and that is all we know right now," she revealed, according to The Daily Mail. "There's some stuff going down. It's not gonna be PC, I'll tell you that. Everyone's like, 'Oh, everyone loves each other.' Not true. S**t's going down right now and we'll all figure it out soon enough."

While Glanville kept her lips sealed about the details, she opened up about her issues with Camille Grammer, which the two got into a feud on Twitter.

"Camille was there and Camille had previously come after me on Twitter. I have to say this, Camille and I -- we're always friends -- so for her to come after me on Twitter was just weird and odd to me, but I felt like maybe it came from a British woman we won't talk about, that was telling her what to say," Brandi said.

"We kind of had it out on Twitter, which was fine. She was at the party and a couple producers were like -- I go, 'I honestly need to talk to Camille' -- and they were like, 'She's afraid of you,'' Brandi explained. "She did avoid me. I didn't talk to her. I saw her when I walked in ... I literally did not see her again the entire night."

Glanville even took to Twitter to share with fans that she was going to appear in the upcoming tenth season of the Bravo hit reality series. "Just to clarify things I have “officially” shot housewives this season a handful of times & [there] is drama that is it," she tweeted. "I have not been asked back for next season as this season is still filming as we speak. Just wanted to clarify don’t want people jumping to conclusions"

Meanwhile, Camille Grammer, who revealed last month that she was returning to the series, says she was not welcomed back with open arms, as she feels like she's being targeted.

"What I’ve seen, there’s drama targeted at me. I show up and they kind of, you know, how do I say it the right way? I feel that I show up somewhere and I felt targeted,” she told Us Weekly. "But there are things that need to be discussed, so maybe that was the right time to do so. There you go, there’s a carrot. I just dangled!"

In a seperate interview, Grammer shared more details about her issues with RHOBH ladies. "I have been very vocal about my feelings and the way I’ve been treated and I thought it was just absolutely awful the way I was treated last year, with everything that was going on in my personal life, to be targeted and targeted as a villain, unrelentingly," she told HollywoodLife.

"The girls were going after me unrelentingly, throughout that time, instead of being empathetic," she continued. "It was like, ‘Oh yeah, we’re sorry about your house. We really feel bad, but, da, da, da, da,’ and all the drama. So, this time you need to think about things and maybe, I reacted a certain way because I was in so much pain because of the loss of my long time assistant, the loss of my house."

She added: "It was overwhelming for me and I didn’t feel a lot of sympathy from the women. Just, you did this wrong or you did this or you talked behind… Like, petty stuff got in the way of some real friendships. That really broke my heart."

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