The RHOBH star also says she's closest with Kim Richards.

Mar 13 - The Dish

Change of heart?

Brandi Glanville has long been embroiled in feuds with her ex-husband Eddie Cibrian and his new wife LeAnn Rimes on Twitter and in public over the years. But the Beverly Hills Housewife says she's doing her best to mend any broken fences.

In an interview with OK! magazine (on-sale now), Brandi answered a series of questions about her personal life. And the magazine asked her the following: "My ex Eddie Cibrian, his new wife LeAnn Rimes and I are..."

Brandi's answer? "Trying to be friends," she says. "It ebbs and flows. I see them at our kids' soccer games and I say hi and that's kind of it."

She means it, too. Back in September, the two women were photographed attending a match for Brandi's son Mason. At the time, Brandi told the Dish, "We are always fine in public situations. Never ever a problem...people make stuff up. I mean, we don't really talk, but it's still a non-issue."

Brandi also opened up about her relationships with her Beverly Hills castmates since filming the Reunion (part one airs Monday). And she reveals she's bonding with Kim Richards these days. "We went out dancing to '80s music the other night," she says. "She's completely nutty and adorable. Kyle Richards and I are never going to be best friends. I just click more with Kim and Yolanda Foster and I love Carlton Gebbia."

As for her relationship with Lisa Vanderpump, Brandi says she still cares about her. "I just want to make sure that I'm not her friend just so I can be a part of her show Vanderpump Rules," she says, referring to her appearances when confronting Scheana Marie. (Scheana also had an affair with Eddie before the couple's divorce.) "So I have issues, but I love her."

What do you think about Brandi trying to mend her relationship with Eddie and LeAnn? Tell us in the comments.

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