Lisa Rinna Burns Brandi Glanville

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Lisa Rinna seems to have enjoyed her time on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

She didn't even feud with anyone, so that's new.

Not even Brandi Glanville, the local boozy battle ax.

However, while Lisa Rinna hasn't become especially close with Glanville during her short run on the show, she hasn't found their acquaintance to be useless, either.

Lisa Rinna has been inspired by Brandi Glanville. But, not really in a good way.

In a reported new role on CSI, Lisa Rinna says she channeled Brandi Glanville to get into character.

“They wanted me to play a trashy mom trying to keep up with her 18-year-old daughter and I used [Brandi]. I dressed like her.”


About last night With my handsome man.

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Without revealing too much about her new project, Lisa Rinna did hint that she would be sporting “very, very high heels” and a “very short skirt.”

Sounds like Lisa Rinna picked the very best muse in the business!

What a great group of ladies! #TheReal

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There was one little touch missing from Lisa Rinna's character, however, that really says "Brandi Glanville".

“I had on a lot of makeup and I had a lot of hair,” Lisa Rinna explained.

She added, “But, I wasn’t drinking so it wasn’t 100 [percent] Brandi. I didn’t have a drink in my hand.”

Burn! She nailed that one.

Lisa Rinna is a brave soul to be so loosely tossing around insults about Brandi Glanville after what happened at Eileen Davidson's poker party recently.

I wouldn't want to be in the middle of something like that!

What do you think of Lisa Rinna using Brandi Glanville as her muse for a pathetic mother trying to keep up with her 18-year-old daughter? Fitting and deserved? Or mean and uncalled for?

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.

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