Does Brandi Glanville Make a Good Real Housewife? Vote Here!

Brandi Glanville is officially back on the small screen with the premiere of Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip Ex-Wives Club, and we want to hear your thoughts on the star.

By Allison Crist Jun 23, 2022 9:05 PMTags
Watch: Brandi Glanville Explains Why This RHUGT Is SO CRAZY

From Beverly Hills to the Berkshires.

The first three episodes of Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip Ex-Wives Club are now streaming on Peacock, and naturally, it didn't take long for the former Bravo stars to stir up some drama—namely, Brandi Glanville

Whether she's being purposefully crass or unintentionally insulting, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum can't seem to remain on good terms with most of her co-stars much longer than a few hours, let alone an entire day. Taylor Armstrong is stuck in a particularly irritating game of merry-go-round with Brandi as they continue to clash, but every time Brandi apologizes, she turns around and either repeats the offense or finds a new way to start an argument. 

On the other hand, Brandi has hit it off with co-stars like Phaedra Parks. And while on RHOBH, she delivered some of the most memorable quotes to date. Even her biggest critics can't deny that she's entertaining to watch (and, let's be honest, oftentimes downright hilarious). Isn't that what being a Real Housewife is all about—putting on a show?

That's what we want you to tell us.

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There's no exact formula to being a good Real Housewife—especially since most of the franchise's stars aren't even "wives" to begin with—and everyone has their favorites, but you don't have to like someone to recognize that they belong on reality TV. 

So, with that in mind, be sure to weigh in on Brandi's Real Housewife suitability by voting in the below poll!

Poll

RHUGT Season 2

Does Brandi Glanville Make a Good Real Housewife?
Yes
39.8%
No
60.2%

The first three episodes of Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip Ex-Wives Club are now streaming on Peacock. New episodes drop every Thursday.

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