Brandi Glanville may have quit 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' but she will reportedly continue to make occasional appearances on the show.
Brandi Glanville will still appear on 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills'.
The 42-year-old star's departure from the show was confirmed by Bravo last week, but a source claims the former model is expecting to be back on a ''part time'' basis.
And another source told the New York Daily News newspaper's Confidenti@l column that Brandi will continue to appear in forthcoming episodes to ''wrap up her story''.
And even when she isn't on 'Real Housewives' anymore, fans will still get a glimpse of Brandi as she is said to have told friends she has been in talks with three different TV networks, including Bravo, about starring in her own show ''about her life.''
However, a Bravo insider insisted a spin-off show is unlikely to happen with them.
Brandi herself said: '''RHOBH' will always be home to me, but I'm excited to share what's coming up next for me. Who knows, this may not be the last time you see me on Bravo!''
Brandi - who became a household name in 2009 when her then-husband Eddie Cibrian had an affair with singer LeAnn Rimes - revealed last week she had decided to leave the show, which she joined in 2011.
She said: ''The past four years have been amazing, a complete roller coaster of a ride.
''I will always be thankful to Bravo for the opportunities that have come along with doing this pop culture phenomenon of a show.''
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