Brandi Glanville: No More Drama For Ratings

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Brandi Glanville is throwing in the proverbial towel on her go-to strategy for keeping viewers.

One of the most popular stars of Real House Wives of Beverly Hills, she has become famous for her unbelievable skill in making mountains out of molehills.

But, those days are over, according to Glanville.

Can Bravo keep RHWOBH viewers now that the drama will be significantly curbed without Brandi Glanville's antics?

Time will tell, but Brandi doesn't seem stressed about it.

Brandi Glanville finally made up with Lisa Vanderpump earlier this year, and seems determined to keep things civil between her and her Housewives co-stars.

Glanville and Vanderpump had a huge fight last season after Brandi accused her former best friend (Vanderpump) of being disloyal. She was mad about Lisa's friendship with Vanderpump Rules star Scheana Marie, who has said before that she had an affair with Glanville's famous cheating ex, Eddie Cibrian.

That falling out seemed like it would be really hard to overcome for the two of them, but apparently not too hard. Brandi Glanville reportedly invited Lisa Vanderpump and her husband, Ken Todd, to her housewarming party Friday night.

A source said of the scene, "They approached Brandi and chatted with her very cordially. I wouldn't say things were as good as they used to be, but fences seem to be mending."

Now that Brandi Glanville has a new outlook on life, will this stop her from insulting ex-husband Eddie Cibrian and his new(ish) wife, LeAnn Rimes? Probably not. Especially now that the couple, of LeAnn & Eddie fame, seem to be ready to start a family.

Maybe the Real Housewives drama is calming, but I can't help but feel like the real life drama might just be getting started.

What do you think? Can Brandi Glanville stay peaceful with her co-stars or will she give up and fall back into her old habits?

Lacy Langley
Lacy is a writer from Texas. She likes spending time in the home office, homeschooling her kids, playing the didgeridoo, caring for her chickens (Thelma and Louise), Rolos, Christmas, and Labyrinth.