Wendy Williams is always vocal about the housewives, so it was no surprise that on Tuesday’s segment of Hot Topics, she talked about Monday night’s RHOBH, and Brandi Glanville’s recent depression story. Well, in typical Wendy fashion, she did not hold back on her opinions about Brandi and the fact that she needs to get herself together! Check out what Wendy had to say
“Brandi Glanville still isn’t over her ex Eddie Cibrian’s affair with Leann Rimes.” She continued, “Who ever really gets over something like that? It was four years ago, a little bit over four years as a matter of fact, but they do have two children together, you know Eddie and that girl, Brandi, but you never get over when you husband falls in love with a woman on the set of ‘Northern Lights’ for Lifetime. You never really get over that.”
“Well, Brandi, I understand what you are saying, but you are 41 years old – – pretend to get over it, just pretend to get over it. You got about 30 more seconds.”
“Even if she’s not over it, we’re tired of hearing about it, I don’t know about you, but the thing that turns me off about Beverly Hills Housewives is ‘Brandi and Eddie, and then Leann, and then you read the magazines’ Brandi, Eddie, Leann, Zip, like we’re done. You’re gonna have to figure out another plot line to stay relevant on that show for next season.” “This thing about Eddie, of course you’re not over it, look at him.”
“And you’re only 41, you can get another – – although it won’t be as hot as Eddie, but might be more loyal than Eddie. And, what he did to you unfortunately he’ll inevitably do to her, (Leann) so you only have to think about this about 30 more seconds of your life, in the mean time your son’s are relying on you to be a present and aware parent.”
On Brandi drinking like fish when her boys are with Eddie, Wendy says,
“You know, there are women with less than you, you understand, who know how to woman up and deal with all this better than you, so nobody’s really feeling sorry for you anymore, Brandi. It’s time for you to get yourself a shrink, deal with the problems with the shrink, not with your girlfriends, or with Life&Style Magazine the way you do, and get yourself together, because nobody’s feeling sorry for you. Horrible things happen to women in relationships all the time.”
I think sometimes Brandi needs to look at the brighter side of her situation, rather than just the her being single aspect of it. Her kids have a father who is there for them, and she is a single mom who is able to provide for her boys on her own. Not a lot of single moms and children are able to have that. What did you guys think about what Wendy had to say? Do you agree with her?