The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards expressed support for former cast member Brandi Glanville’s rumored return to the Bravo reality series. Andy Cohen reportedly fired Brandi in 2015 for not connecting with the other stars. However, rumors began to swirl after she made a guest appearance in a recent episode of the series that she might be coming back to the show again.
As Glanville left the series after season five, many fans have been demanding for her return ever since. Although the fans love the drama she brings, her costars did not. Richards once said that she and Glanville were not friends at all, which has been played out for the last five years on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. However, it appears she'd be open to having the former co-star back on the show full-time despite their tumultuous relationship.
Richards reacted to Glanville’s cameo while appearing on an episode of Sirius XM’s The Jenny McCarthy Show. She was surprisingly upbeat considering their history, and the Real Housewives star was open to Glanville coming back on the show, despite their famous feud. Richards said:
"I bumped into her [recently], she was kind and sweet and whatever. We put the past behind us. She makes me nervous sometimes just because she can go very low, to be honest. Sorry, Brandi. But, yeah, I would [be OK with having her back]."
Glanville has fueled rumors that she’s returning to the show, telling Life & Style that’s she’s “in a different place” than she was five years ago when she threw a glass of wine on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-star Eileen Davidson. She said, that despite all the drama, she misses the friendships she made on the show, adding, “I miss the trips and the camaraderie. You’re basically getting paid to have a party.”
It's nice for fans to see that time has eased some of the pain, and that Richards and Glanville are ready to move on and leave the past in the past. Glanville seems completely thrilled about the possibility of her returning to the show, but with a series like The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, audiences never know what to expect - which is part of the fun. For now, only time will tell if Glanville is willing to start anew and try to build actual connections with her co-stars, while avoiding any more wine-throwing.
New episodes of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills air at 9pm EST on Bravo.