In a new interview with The Rumor Mill podcast, the former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star also reveals if she will be attending the much-anticipated season 10 reunion.
“It’s gonna take a left real quick,” Brandi said about her return to RHOBH. “I’m honestly nervous just because you never know what they’re gonna show, and I did say a couple [of] really stupid things. I’m not in any hurry to see that part.”
“But I always say stupid s–t,” she admitted, adding, “It’s why I get sued all the time.”
“I have so many cease and desists, I joke I can make a coffee table book out of all of them,” she continued. “We’re on TV; we said we’re going [to] share everything, and now you’re going to try and shut me up? Don’t do a reality show.”
As for the ongoing drama with Denise, Brandi insists she’s not barred from speaking about it despite rumors claiming otherwise.
“I’m not gagged,” she said. “It’s a cease and desist; it doesn’t mean I have to follow it. But after being sued by another Housewife, I’m just choosing to figure out when and where and how I can talk. I’m not gonna talk about it if she’s gonna sue me.”
Brandi also revealed that Bravo has asked her to appear at the upcoming season 10 reunion.
“They did ask, as far as I know, yes,” Brandi said.
She also noted that she hopes the reunion will be filmed in a studio and not virtually.
“The virtual ones, it’s hard to watch. They have a lot of episodes left, so hopefully, this will all be over by the time that rolls around,” she explained.
Meanwhile, Andy Cohen recently revealed when Brandi would begin to appear on season 10.
According to Andy, “[Brandi] makes her first appearance at episode 10,” which is set to air on July 15. He adds that everything this season “plays when it is relevant to play,” including Denise’s infamous “Bravo, Bravo, f**king Bravo” moment.
The gossip mill also suggests that Bravo is attempting to edit Brandi out of as much of the season as they can after her past racist remarks recently reemerged on social media. This rumor came to light after Bravo placed season 10 of RHOBH on a nearly month-long hiatus to catch up on editing due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Another rumor suggests that Bravo is re-editing season 10 to make the season stretch out even longer than anticipated to keep their programming schedule churning out fresh content for viewers. Filming for all Bravo shows was halted in March. Only recently did some shows, including RHOD and RHOC, start filming again. RHONJ and RHOA are set to resume filming in mid-July.
Bravo has yet to confirm or deny either rumor. They also have not addressed the past controversial remarks from Brandi and other Bravolebs that have come to light in recent weeks.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs on Wednesdays at 8 p.m. EST on Bravo.