Andy Cohen laid out how it could happen, but it doesn't seem likely.
In a season that's been littered with fights about lateness and which costar is Lisa Vanderpump's best friend, Brandi Glanville is the jolt of electricity "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" could use right about now.
"The problem is, she's not connected with any of the women," Cohen told ET. "If somehow Brandi and [Lisa Vanderpump], or Brandi and Kyle [Richards] ... then I think that would be great. Then we would bring her back. Right now … she's still on an island."
Speaking with TooFab, Glanville said she understands that Andy wants the relationships to be "organic," adding that she does see most of the women still, but they aren't anywhere near BFF status. "I don't see Lisa Vanderpump. It's a small town, I run into Kyle, we're fine, we always say hi. We have the same PO Box I think," she revealed. "It's not like there's bad blood, but when you're filming and little things become huge things. I saw Rinna at a Christmas party, talked to her for an hour, she was lovely."
"I don't have like a real close friendship with anyone on the show," she admitted. "So, I'm friendly with them, but it's not like I'm besties, braiding hair on the weekend."
Unfortunately, the two "RHOBH" stars she is in contact with are no longer on the show either. "Here's the thing, my two real friends that I still talk to are Yolanda [Hadid] and Kim [Richards], those are the real people and everyone else, it's TV friends," she added.
Brandi is currently appearing on WE tv's "Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars Family Edition" with her father Guy, after competing on "Celebrity Big Brother" earlier this year. Her reality TV past also includes "Celebrity Apprentice," "Famously Single," "My Kitchen Rules" and the UK "Big Brother," and with "Housewives" out of the picture for now, what's next?
"I just want to keep working. I'll do anything," Glanville said with a laugh. "I'm a single mom and I have to pay the bills, no one's doing it for me and I have to take care of myself, so when opportunities come along, I generally say yes. 'Big Brother' was hard because I had to be away from the kids, with no contact, that was the hardest one I've ever done because of that."
For now, she's making up for lost time with her boys, but she's always on the lookout for the next gig. "I gotta work," she said. "It's not like I'm going to be a lawyer!"
"Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars Family Edition" airs Fridays on WE tv.