As if getting drunk, tweeting and writing books about drinking and tweeting weren’t enough, Brandi Glanville, host of the raunchy ‘Brandi Unfiltered’ podcast series and star of “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” now wants to move her vulgar style over to television.
Brandi recently revealed on her ‘For Crying Out Loud’ podcast, talk show host is her endgame goal.
“My endgame is I would love to have a daytime talk show where I interview real people about real issues, especially about relationship issues,” says author of Drinking and Dating: P.S. Social Media Is Ruining Romance.
The “Nobody gets to tell me not to curse,” podcaster will model her TV chatfest after the ‘Jenny Jones Show’ of the 90’s and throw in circus-like antics of the incendiary ‘Jerry Springer Show.’
“Remember Jenny Jones?” she continues about the comedian who hosted her own chat show in the ’90s. “I love her! I want [to be] Jerry Springer, but for like girls.”
Brandi also addressed her contentious behavior on RHOBH, confirming that being on the show heightens real-life tension. No kidding!
“My real friends… we don’t fight like [we do on RHOBH], but I don’t know if all of us were on a show together that any of us would be friends!”
Glanville recently paid costar, Kim Richards a visit in rehab. Brandi and Kim’s friendship blossomed on this past season. Brandi gave an update about Kim’s status,
“I talk to her quite often,” said Glanville on Jenny McCarthy’s radio show on SiriusXM. “I went to rehab to see her already. She didn’t call me. She called me the morning after the whole fiasco,” she explained.
“If you saw where her rehab was, I was like, ‘Anyone could use 30 days here!'” said the 42-year old. “It’s really nice! I don’t want to out where she is. It’s beautiful. I took the kids, and was like, ‘This is the Four Seasons or something.”
Avigail is an Entertainment blogger at All About The Tea, who specializes in The Real Housewives of Atlanta and The Real Housewives of Potomac. Avigail has a background in marketing. She’s a Brooklynite living in the Bahamas, with a passion for travel, writing, reality TV watching, pop culture and spoken word.