The "Real Housewives" reality shows, whether they take place in Atlanta, New Jersey, or Orange County, seem to be a lightning rod for ugly confrontations and controversy.
However, a feud between women prominently featured on "Real Housewives" shows took a turn that could only be described as fishy.
The bad blood between Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Joanna Krupa and Real Housewives of Miami star Brandi Glanville goes back to the strongly held belief by Glanville that Krupa is to blame for the ruined marriage of fellow Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member Yolanda Foster and her ex-husband Mohamed Hadid.
Krupa denies any possible role in breaking up the marriage saying of her connection to Hadid, "I've know the guy for 10 years, he's a dear friend of mine." She added that she was in a relationship at the time of the break-up and that she'd like to ask Glanville face-to-face, "What is your problem with me?"
Glanville clearly is not convinced and took her blatant dislike and distrust of Krupa to new heights, declaring on live television in November of last year that she'd been told by Hadid that Krupa's vagina has a nasty odor.
Host Andy Cohen of Watch What Happens Live was clearly flabbergasted by the out-of-nowhere claim as it was being made on air.
"It's true! I'm not lying!" exclaimed the reality tv star. "And Lisa Vanderpump was there when he said it!"
Way to keep it classy, Brandi!
Since the blowup, Joanna Krupa has attempted to clear the air about rumors of being "not so fresh".
On Tuesday's Access Hollywood Live, Krupa said of the statement by Glanville, "That's going low, but that speaks volumes of her."
She asked the hosts if they thought she stank (awkward) and said that thanks to Glanville's outburst, "Everybody thinks I stink now."
There have been quite an amount of rumors lately out there about me. None of them are true unless came from the Real source which is ME
— Joanna Krupa (@joannakrupa) March 4, 2014
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