Real Housewife Brandi Glanville Airs Dirty Laundry on Talk-Show Circuit
One of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' newest cast members Brandi Glanville is making the talk-show rounds this week. First she appeared on Watch What Happens Live, sans crutches, to answer questions about her plastic surgery procedures and her ex-husband, Eddie Cibrian.

"He was actually really good in bed. Hello? Thirteen years? And clearly he had a lot of practice outside of the marriage."

She also acknowledged having her lips plumped when she was in her '20s as well as breast augmentation (shock!).

Thankfully for us viewers, she went into more detail about ex-husband (and less about her fake body parts) that left her for LeAnn Rimes in 2009 on the Wendy Williams Show on Monday.

She described how she found out about the affair: "I was driving and he called me... and he's like 'Hey babe there's a magazine cover out today and it says that I might be having an affair with LeAnn and it's totally not true' so I went to the store and got the magazine. He made it seem like it was just a little thing but it was like a whole cover."

Apparently Brandi didn't like what she saw in that infamous issue of US Weekly because things went south after that.

"We were leaving that day for my best friend's wedding...I was like get your s**t together we're going to this wedding and we're not talking about this. And we went to the wedding and we had a great time and when we got home that was it."

When Williams pressed Brandi on what kind of relationship she and LeAnn have now, she answered that they don't have a relationship, but she holds no ill-will toward her. She also revealed that Rimes can be somewhat of an "overbearing" stepmom.

She also talked about how Cibrian's show Playboy Club getting canceled has affected her and their two sons. "It's all going to change now. Everyone's like 'You're so happy right?' I'm like, 'No, I'm not.' Because he was in Chicago which was great because then I had my kids full time and then I was rich for a minute."

Despite financial woes, Brandi could always just take Wendy Williams' advice: "You should go to Europe like Kelly Rowland and marry a count."

If only it were that easy, Wendy.

Gina Pusateri
Contributing Writer