Lisa Vanderpump Drops Hint About Glanville Drama

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Lisa Vanderpump has certainly seen her share of drama on The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills, but at least one storyline will be coming to a conclusion during the upcoming season.

Vanderpump, who has famously had issues with castmate Brandi Glanville, says that although she can't reveal too much, she can say that the new season is going to be another bumpy ride.

“I can’t say it is all plain sailing, that’s for sure. At it's best, it is not an easy situation sometimes...When we left last season I really wanted to be as far away from her as I could possibly be and then things have to change, we’ll see that story kind of come to its conclusion," she said.

Vanderpump has been busy outside of filming the show; as owner of the club Pump with her husband, she's got a lot on her plate these days. The couple have worked hard to ensure the West Hollywood hotspot stays at the forefront of the list of cool places to hit up.

“I think we’ve got to just forget what was here before…I’m proud to say, [Pump is] possibly the sexiest place in West Hollywood and maybe the whole of Los Angeles,” she said during the grand opening.

Glanville has seen her share of drama as well, both on the show and in her actual life. She and country star LeAnn Rimes--who famously married Glanville's husband, Eddie Cibrian, after they had an affair on the set of a film--have battled it out in public via Twitter in the past, and Glanville wrote about the situation in her book, Drinking And Dating.

“It’s been five years now since I discovered my ex-husband was sleeping with half of the women in Hollywood …sometimes it feels like just yesterday that my ex and my baby boys were snuggling on the couch with me in our gorgeous Calabasas home,” Glanville wrote. “Other times, it feels like it was all a crazy dream …but I have three permanent reminders of my marriage that I live with every day…(her sons) Mason, Jake, and HPV.”

She also took a shot at Rimes, saying, ”When you write an entire cunt-ry album about your affair with a married man, most people won’t buy it. #JustSayin.”

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