It's the moment we couldn't stop talking about: someone slaps Lisa Vanderpump at the end of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills trailer—and that someone sure looks a lot like Brandi Glanville.
"You know, I don't even think you can make out who slapped who in the end of that trailer," the Bravo beauty told E! News while promoting her new app Blunder Block, innocently playing coy over the much-buzzed about moment. "You'll have to definitely wait and find out what happened."
"Lisa and my relationship, you know, we have our ups and downs. I really care about her and I know she really cares about me too, so you'll all see how that ends up," she teased.
This season on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills—which premieres Nov. 18—two new Housewives, Lisa Rinna and Eileen Davidson, will be added to the mix, joining returning castmembers Kyle and Kim Richards, Yolanda Foster, Lisa Vanderpump and Brandi. The trailer teases some major drama between all the ladies living in the 90210 (Rinna is seen throwing her wine glass and Brandi accuses Eileen of sleeping around), but according to Glanville, that's only glimpse of the drama that's about to go down.
"The trailer is only half of the craziness," she revealed. "There's things that they didn't show that I really thought they would show in the trailer that people are going to freak out…I think we start a little like, reserved, and then it just hits full alert and it's cray cray.
"We should all be ashamed ourselves," she added with a laugh. "I mean we're definitely not setting any good examples for middle aged women."
In addition to dishing on the forthcoming season, Glanville also spilled on the status of her relationship with Kyle Richards. While season four saw the two forging a friendship, it seems that they are on the outs once again.
"She's two faced, that's the problem," Glanville said of Richards before throwing some serious shade at her fellow castmember.
So what happened between the pair (who appear to be pretty chummy in the trailer)? Watch the clip to find out!
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills kicks off season five on Tuesday, Nov. 18 at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
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