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Brandi Glanville Is ‘Disappointed’ She Was Not Asked Back For Season 11 Of RHOBH!

Brandi Glanville reveals why she was disappointed to learn that Bravo didn't ask her to come back to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills following her drama with Denise Richards last season. 

"I was disappointed, honestly, because I felt like I really gave them their season," Brandi told Entertainment Tonight. "They used the few times that I shot, like in the trailer and every commercial. I didn't make very much money. I really thought maybe they're going to ask me to come back, because I did so much for that season, and it's just been crickets. No one's reached out to me. Not anyone to say ‘yes’ or ‘no.’ I would've thought I would've gotten a phone call and been like, ‘Listen, we're going to go another route, but thanks…’ from anyone."

"I just felt like it was kind of crappy," she continues. "I had had conversations in the past about coming back, [Andy Cohen] and I had. He's like, ‘Maybe after [Lisa Vanderpump] leaves, and we'll look into that.’ And then Lisa left and then really, unfortunately, her mom and brother passed, and they were like, 'Listen, we don't want to pour salt in her wounds.' And I'm like, I don't either, but I want a job."

The mother-of-two thinks her "Housewives days are done" after not getting a call for season 11, and that the writing was a little bit on the wall when production canceled her appearance at the season 10 virtual reunion the morning of filming. Brandi believes Denise threatened to pull out of the taping if Brandi showed up on the screen.

"Which makes me like, why?" Brandi asked. "You can walk away from the camera the second you see me. There's no point. Like, in the same room I would be like, ‘I don't want to be around Brandi.’ But if I come on screen, she could walk away. You know?"

"There was no closure for me," she added. "There was no closure for the audience or the other women, and I felt like it was selfish of her to not be honest, because that's what you sign up to do on a reality show. And if you have skeletons or something, they will come out, as we all know."

Glanville insists her intention was never to expose Denise Richards on-camera over their alleged affair.

 "It had happened the season before with Denise, where I wasn't shooting," she said. "And if I wanted to, I could have just said, ‘Hey, put me on the show. I have something to say.’ But I really thought that Denise and I had a connection. I thought we were friends. I was wrong."

Brandi says Denise "ghosted" her after their alleged encounter, and Brandi claims she felt "extorted" by the situation because Denise allegedly warned her that if her husband, Aaron Phypers, ever found out about the incident, "he’ll kill you."

"I felt like a cheater, and I hate cheaters," she told Entertainment Tonight. "So [production] asked me to come back and film -- they did not know anything about what happened with Denise, and I wasn't even sure I was going to talk about it. But all of a sudden, Denise is, like, calling me, texting me. She's my best friend again, talking s**t about all the other ladies. And I'm like, you're just as bad. Like, I was thinking to myself, you're fake. You're all of a sudden my friend, because you know I'm filming? But when I wasn't filming, you just let me hang out to dry with this secret that I had to keep, that was killing me because I don't like secrets."


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