Brandi Glanville is continuing her reality television career years after her full-time role on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" was removed from the show. According to a new report, the mother of two, who has starred on numerous reality shows in the years since her Bravo TV exit, will soon be seen on the U.S. version of "Celebrity Big Brother."

On Monday, January 29, Reality Blurb shared a report regarding the show's upcoming season and named Brandi Glanville as one of the show's cast members. In addition to Glanville, the show will include Omarosa Manigault, singer Mark McGrath, actress Keisha Knight Pulliam, actress Shannon Elizabeth, former basketball star Metta World Peace (formerly known as Ron Artest), talk show host Ross Matthews, fighter Chuck Liddell, actress Marisa Jaret Winokur, actor/singer James Maslow, and Columbian actress Adriana Gutierrez.

When does 'Celebrity Big Brother' begin airing?

As the outlet revealed, CBS confirmed news of their "Celebrity Big Brother" cast on Sunday evening and revealed that the show will premiere its winter season on Wednesday, February 7. Following the premiere, the series will continue to air on CBS for two and a half weeks before airing its finale episode on Sunday, February 24. It was also announced that Julie Chen will be hosting the event, just like she has for years during the non-celebrity installment of the "Big Brother" franchise.

As some fans of Brandi Glanville may recall, the former "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star is already well-versed in the concept of living in a "Big Brother" house.

In fact, she's already starred in the series' UK version.

Brandi Glanville was fired from her full-time role on 'RHOBH'

After being brought to the show by former "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Adrienne Maloof, Brandi Glanville was seen in a part-time role on the series. Then, one year later, after causing a stir amongst her co-stars, the mother of two was upgraded to a full-time position.

While Brandi Glanville appeared to be a fun addition to the show for the first few seasons she appeared in, her persona eventually took an odd turn and after engaging in a number of disputes with her co-stars, she was removed from her full-time role. The following year, Glanville was seen again but only in a guest starring role.

To see more of Brandi Glanville, don't miss the upcoming premiere of "Celebrity Big Brother," which airs on CBS on February 7.