After The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills finale aired Monday, Glanville addressed her issues with the restaurateur on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live. Host Andy Cohen gathered questions from the audience and social media. "Why do bite the hand that you fed you so well socially?" a viewer asked.
"Who the f--k fed me?" Glanville, 41, fired back. "Who?"
Cohen suggested that the person was referring to Vanderpump, who took the single mom under her wing after she joined the show as a "friend of the housewives" in its second season. "Honestly, she didn't feed me. She was a good friend. She loaned me a dress one time. That was her big thing."
Glanville said she agreed to appear on camera with Scheana Marie, a Sur waitress who slept with her ex-husband Eddie Cibrian, to boost Vanderpump Rules' ratings. "I sat down with Scheana for her multiple times to help her show, and I said, 'I will do whatever you would like,' and I got tired of it," the model-turned-author claimed, implying Vanderpump set her up for TV. "I think that I fed that bitch."
What's Glanville's problem with Vanderpump now? "She's perfect," she deadpanned. "I'm kidding."
Though Vanderpump felt that Glanville, Yolanda Foster and Kyle Richards banded together to take her down, the single star insisted that wasn't the case. "I don't think all of the girls decided to go against her. I think we all had separate issues with her," Glanville explained. "When one person opened that door, it felt like, 'Okay, we can all do it.' It's hard to go against her because she is so perfect."
Cohen said it seemed like the group might have "ganged up" on Vanderpump, to which Glanville—known for her potty mouth and risqué outfits—cheekily replied, "Who doesn't love a gangbang?"
In the season finale, the former BFFs sat down to hash out their issues—but to Vanderpump's surprise, Glanville was over the drama. "I've been under your spell for two years," she told her 53-year-old co-star, who seemed stunned. "Truth is, I'm stronger on my own. I don't ever want to be on the other side of your anger. With this fight, I finally feel free. I love you, but I'm not part of your game anymore."
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