Brandi Glanville Does NOT Have Cancer! Surgery Scheduled!

We reported in early November that Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Star Brandi Glanville was having a health scare. She has a benigin tumor in her breast/under her arm that is NOT cancerous. Brandi is scheduled to have surgery on December 12th to have the tumor removed. Brandi told her Twitter followers not worry, tweeting, “It’s not the big C, please don’t worry.”

“It’s just some n’lame that’s been making me ill,” she added. We reported exclusive details that she had an infection that was making her very ill, when Lisa Vanderpump rushed her to the hospital, in November.

Brandi is happy it’s not cancerous and will be relieved when the tumor is removed. “Will be fine! Its not cancer and I look forward to my kids doing things for me for a change,” she joked.

UPDATE: Brandi’s surgery went well and she is recovering. Her BFF Jennifer Gimenez told Starcasm, “Brandi is officially out of surgery. I spoke to the doctor and I saw it [the tumor]. It was the size of a golf ball! I’m so relieved she’s ok,” Jenn adds. “I was crying as I saw her being taken for surgery. Now I’m crying for joy.” Brandi also took to her Twitter to update her fans when she got home from surgery, ”Just got home have 5 nurses: Mason, Jake, @JenniferGimenez, @DarinHarvey, and my ’gaygent.’ Size of golf ball :/ Major pain type n with left hand. Thanks for all my well wishes. No pain meds for me… They make me nauseous :/”

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