‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ Star Brandi Glanville Sizes Up the Other Housewives (VIDEO)

By Celebrity News Wire on November 21, 2012

With her new “official housewife” status, Brandi Glanville is settling into the drama on Bravo’s Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

Last season, Glanville joined the cast as a FOTH (or Friend of the Housewives), but this season, she’s a full-fledged “Real Housewife” — and she’s already getting into sparring matches.  As any loyal RHOBH viewer knows, Taylor Armstrong isn’t Glanville’s No. 1 fan, especially this season, which Glanville told Celebuzz will “be cray cray all day.”

While it’s clear Glanville and Armstrong won’t be BFFs anytime soon, there’s stills hope when it comes to patching up her relationship with the Richards sisters. In fact, the reality star said she and her former frenemy Kim Richards — who went to rehab earlier this year — are closer than ever.

“I’m rooting for her,” Glanville told Celebuzz during a sit-down interview. “You get to know the real Kim [this season]. She’s a sweet woman. She’s a great mom, and she cares a lot about her kids. There are some ups and down between her and I, but I’m really rooting for her to stay healthy. I like her. I invited her to my birthday!”

But there’s one person who was begrudgingly added to her birthday list — Kim’s sister Kyle Richards.

“My problem with Kyle is that she talks behind people’s backs,” explained Glanville. “I don’t deal well with people who won’t say it to your face. That’s my issue with Kyle because I really do like her. But it’s what she says when I’m not in the room that bugs me.”

At least Glanville knows she can always rely on her BFF Lisa Vanderpump to tell her the truth.

“The great thing about Lisa is that she tells it like it is, and I really respect that,” she said. “She’s not going to say anything behind my back that she’s not going to say to my face.”

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Mondays at 9PM ET on Bravo.

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