Though Glanville isn't on "RHOBH" anymore, she still had some things to say about the women on the show, as well as her relationship with ex Eddie Cibrian and Leann Rimes, her time in the "Celebrity Big Brother" house and how she triggered a "Teen Mom" star to attack while filming "Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars Family Edition."
Here's all you need to see from Brandi's appearance on Andy Cohen's show.
"Teen Mom" Drama
Though she didn't call out the reality star by name, Glanville shared a house with "Teen Mom OG" star Amber Portwood for the new season of "MBC," which premieres Friday on WE tv.
"She came for me. I said she was a narcissist, and so she lunged at me," Glanville told Cohen of the alleged attack. "Thank God for the mob wives, they all jumped in like, 'Don't let her hurt Brandi!' I was taking off my earrings, I was going in.'
"Mob Wives" star Renee Graziano and her two sisters, Jennifer and Lana Graziano, also appear on the show.
Brandi's relationship with her ex-husband and the woman he cheated on her with, Leann Rimes, has always been a volatile one. The exes went at each other on social media and in the press as recently as last June, after Glanville said Leann was obsessed with her and stalking her on social media.
"We're great," Glanville surprisingly confirmed on Tues. "I had to be, I was going to 'Big Brother' like, 'Can you watch my kids for this long?' Now he's doing a show in Vancouver and I have the boys."
Glanville said her time away from their sons together was "horrible," but added that "it worked out because now I have them for a month."
Speaking of her time on "Big Brother," Cohen wanted to know about two people in particular: James Maslow and Omarosa.
First, she tried to defend her feud with Maslow, who she never seemed to get along with while in the house. "He kept on acting like he was super famous, basically I don't need to be here and you guys do," Glanville explained. "He was condescending and arrogant. It got to a point where like, honey, we're all in the same house, stop it."
Of Omarosa, Glanville said she's "full on a liar" for saying her comments in the house were taken out of context. "They kept on saying, over the [loudspeaker], 'Don't forget you have a contract, you can get sued.' They kept calling her in because she was speaking out," Brandi added.
"Then, the day after the finale, we went to [Marissa Jaret Winokur's] house and she told us some crazy things," she said. She thinks she can just do whatever she wants and get away with it. She's a really good liar."
When asked if she thinks she got to know the "real Omarosa," Brandi said, "I don't think she knows the real Omarosa, she's an evil genius."
Andy ran through the list of fights this season on "RHOBH," asking Glanville for her take on them all.
Of newcomer (and accountability coach) Teddi Mellencamp-Arroyave in general, Glanvill said, "I don't want to see anyone accountable on reality TV."
She loved Camille gifting Dorit a ball gag on the most recent episode and warned the latter about Lisa Vanderpump. "Oh honey, it's just the beginning. Dorit will be very homeless soon!"
Brandi also said she "kind of" liked Dorit complaining about being served wine in a champagne glass and thought the sleepover drama with Erika Girardi was dumb. "You don't do sleepovers after 14, shut up!"