Brandi Glanville shared a tweet about negative people ahead of the season seven premiere of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." As her former co-stars, including Lisa Vanderpump, Kyle Richards, Lisa Rinna, Eileen Davidson and Erika Girardi, prepare for tonight's new episode, which also features new cast member Dorit Kemsley, Glanville is staying quiet about the show and choosing to stay positive.

On December 6, after encouraging her fans and followers to stay positive and not let negative people bring them down, Glanville told her audience to remember that "misery loves company." Although Glanville did not reveal who it was that she was referring to in her tweet, fans were certainly curious and one woman asked Glanville if she was referring to someone in particular.

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Brandi Glanville recently responded to a report regarding her and Lisa Vanderpump

At the end of last month, Brandi Glanville posted a screenshot of an article claiming Lisa Vanderpump had blocked her. In the screenshot, a source was seen claiming that Glanville had attempted to get in touch with Vanderpump in an effort to reclaim her role on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."

While Glanville and Vanderpump were close friends years ago, she "playfully" slapped Vanderpump in the face during season five and since then, they have been estranged. So, when it comes to Vanderpump potentially helping Glanville get her role back on the show, the idea hardly seems possible.

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Brandi Glanville was demoted after 'RHOBH' season five

Following her altercation with Vanderpump, which came after a physical run-in with Kyle Richards, Glanville was removed from her full-time role on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." However, as she told fans on Twitter, producers ultimately invited her back in a guest role and during season six, she was seen alongside Kim Richards and Yolanda Foster.

After leaving Bravo TV, Brandi Glanville appeared on VH1's "Famously Single," where she and other celebrities attempted to get to the bottom of why they are continuously single.

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