Lisa Rinna may be pissed that Brandi Glanville didn’t attend the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 10 reunion, but Andy Cohen thinks it’s for the best.
“[Rinna] said it was ‘bulls-t.’ She was really upset that Brandi was not there. And I was not,” the Big Daddy of Bravo said on the July 20 episode of Radio Andy. “We were going back and forth about whether she should come, spoke to Brandi about it. And I think when you see the finale, you will see; I don’t know. … But the bottom line is, we will all hear from Brandi.”
Andy, on the other hand, was more upset about the start time of the reunion.
“We started filming at like 2 something on the East Coast. I was kind of annoyed. I was, of course, the only one on the East Coast,” he said on Monday. “So we wrapped at about 11:15 or 11:30 on the East Coast, and I was, like, done. I came home and poured myself a big cup of tequila, just straight tequila.”
After the season 10 reunion wrapped filming, Rinna took to her Instagram Stories and shaded Denise Richards.
“Reunion was bulls–t today,” Rinna wrote. “I’ve never said that in 6 years. I guess cease and desists work.”
Meanwhile, Brandi is revealing why she and RHOBH producers mutually decided it was best she didn’t attend the season 10 reunion.
On Friday’s episode of her podcast, Brandi Glanville Unfiltered, Brandi dished on why she didn’t attend the reunion.
“I was set to do the reunion yesterday with all the ladies… I had the tech rehearsal and everything,” Brandi said.
“The day of [the reunion], I got a call from production, and we just talked about how I was feeling, and how they were feeling, and we honestly just came to a mutual decision that instead of going to the reunion as I was set to do, that I would sit down separately with Andy [Cohen],” Brandi continued.
She added that the producers “just didn’t want what happened [at last years reunion] where Camille came on in the end, and everyone piled on Camille, and Camille went crazy, and ultimately, let these bitches earn their paycheque.”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs on Wednesdays at 9 p.m. EST on Bravo.