Real Housewife Brandi Glanville says she's finally ready (after four very long years) to end her feud with country singer LeAnn Rimes, who had an affair with and eventually married Glanville's ex-husband Eddie Cibrian.
In other news, a pig just flew to Congress, united both parties and paid the national debt.
Never ones to let Brandi Glanville enjoy her own very small spotlight of embarrassing reality television, her ex-husband Eddie Cibrian and his current wife LeAnn Rimes want a sitcom about their lives. Starring themselves.
Which is basically just a way to get their own reality show without LeAnn having to disavow the nasty things she once said about how fake such programming is.
With the exception of a minor kerfuffle in February, things have been surprisingly quiet on the LeAnn Rimes/Brandi Glanville home front -- so much so that we thought maybe the women had finally wrung all the press they could out of their messy personal history.
But apparently not. Because it's on again. And this time, LeAnn went for the jugular.
The Brandi Glanville/LeAnn Rimes feud has felt like a never-ending playground slapfight, with Glanville attacking Rimes and Rimes pretending she's too good to respond yet still doing it anyway -- albeit passive-aggressively.
Now, to further appear the victim, Rimes has tasked her representative with telling Brandi Glanville everything she thinks about her. If only so she can be the girl who didn't run to the tabloids.
Eddie Cibrian once pretended to take the high road in the ongoing feud between his current wife, LeAnn Rimes, and his spurned former wife, Brandi Glanville -- but all that “good faith” was thrown to the wayside when Glanville wrote the scathing book 'Drinking & Tweeting.'
So Cibrian took to Instagram to mock her. Of course.
The bitter rivalry between 'Real Housewives' star Brandi Glanville and paparazzi-summoning singer LeAnn Rimes continues as Glanville called Rimes out during a Q&A for her new book 'Drinking and Tweeting' on Monday night (Jan. 28).
We guess they didn't take us up on our cage match to the death idea.