Brandi Glanville Wants To 'Coexist' Peacefully With LeAnn Rimes; Doubts They Will Ever Be Friends
Brandi Glanville is ready to close the door on her very public feud with LeAnn Rimes and ex-husband Eddie Cibrian.
“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star sat down with Access Hollywood’s Michelle Beadle in New York on Tuesday, to discuss her new tell-all book, “Drinking & Tweeting: and Other Brandi Blunders,” where she writes about her past with her ex and the country star.
“I’m ready to put it behind me… This is my final chapter, this is me closing the door on our public fight. I want it out of the media, I’ll just deal with it as best [as] I can with them,” she told Michelle. “We don’t have the best communication or relationship right now but, I’m hoping we can change that.”
But does the reality star think she and LeAnn, who Eddie had an affair with, will ever be friends?
“I don’t think we’ll be friends, but I hope we can coexist peacefully,” Brandi said. “I think once she has a child of her own, I think she will understand boundaries and what’s respectful to do and how to handle things a little better.”
Brandi, who has two children with her ex-husband, still doesn’t feel great when her kids are not with her.
“They’re my children. I know what’s going on only 50 percent of the time that they’re with them… My children are my life, they come first,” she said.
And despite the ups and downs, Brandi wishes Eddie and LeAnn the best.
“I don’t want anything bad to happen to him because he’s the father of my children. I want him to work and flourish and I want him to stay with LeAnn forever,” she said. “I don’t’ want my kids to go through another divorce or breakup and I want to make sure she’s stable and happy.”
Does Brandi ever see herself walking down the aisle again?
“No!” the reality TV star firmly told Michelle.
The dirt in Brandi’s new book isn’t just about her ex and his new wife – she had plenty of juicy things to say about herself.
“I drank too much, I got a DUI, I slept with a few people out of revenge, completely out of revenge,” she revealed to Michelle.
“I’m hoping people can take some good away from it and learn from my mistakes,” she added.
“Drinking & Tweeting: and Other Brandi Blunders” is in stores now.
-- Jesse Spero
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