Brandi Glanville is taking to her Bravo Blog to discuss the cast trip to Paris on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Brandi explains she is excited it was a drama free episode for her and says it’s because Adrienne chose not to show up to any of the events. She also says she’s rooting for Kim’s sobriety and explains she thinks Kim did a proper job of intervening on Taylor, unlike what Kyle did in Season 1. Read below!
Brandi writes, “Finally a drama free show for me — mostly because Adrienne chose not to show up for anything! Woo hooo!
I did feel that Kim’s behavior seemed a little bit off and I hope that she was OK at that time. I can say I have spoken to her recently and she is in a good healthy place. I continue to root for her.
I think the way Kim and Kyle approached Taylor about her drinking was coming from a loving place much UNLIKE the way Kyle approached Kim’s drinking in Season 1 — just saying. Taylor has at least recognized the issue and is willing to work on it. Again, I think major upsets in life kind of give us all a pass to spiral downward for a hot second. It’s our friends and family that save us.
Yolanda’s dinner party was perfect and exquisite much like herself. Yolanda realy has a talent and eye for design. I truly have so much respect for this strong woman.
Who knew their was a baby Ken??? I had the pleasure of having drinks with he and his wife while they visited LA recently, and I have to say I might have a new crush! (JK!) I found his wife to be witty and delightful and him to be HOT!
YoYo invites me to Paris, and I say yes please! Ken and Lisa are planning to meet us there, and I just felt like it was a fun positive group going on this trip.
I wished Marisa could have made it but I understand with the tragic loss of her father-in-law why she wasn’t able to come. My condolences go out to the family.
Gay Paris is so exciting and such a great bonding trip for YoYo and I, because we had both lived there as starving models back in the good old days
Sadly on the flight over I caught a bit of a cold that I had our entire trip.
“Merci-F—u” was my favorite saying back in the day when people were rude in gay paris and I might have to pull it out in the next couple episodes.”
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