November 28, 2013 23:58:30 GMT
She responded to a clip from upcoming 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' episode that showed a steamy session between her and Carlton Gebbia.
Eddie Cibrian's ex wife Brandi Glanville admitted that she had tried to swing the other way but that did not work. Following the release of a clip from her reality show "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" in which it is suggested that she made out with co-star Carlton Gebbia, Glanville clarified on her blog that she's not a lesbian.
The preview clip from the fourth season revealed a steamy session between Glanville and Gebbia. Glanville was heard telling co-star Lisa Vanderpump, "We were just having a heat-to-heart in the hot tub and one thing led to another and we kissed." Vanderpump added fuel to the fire, saying, "It's very confusing when you're with these women. Apparently they're either at each other's throats, or down each other's throats."
"As I have said before, I love beautiful women, and Carlton is one of them," Glanville wrote on Bravo blog. "However, neither one of us are lesbians. I have actually tried to be, but it just didn't work out for me. I can't speak to Carlton's experiences, because I honestly have no idea what they have been."
The two of them went on a flirty lingerie shopping on Monday, November 25 episode. "As you can tell, I am easily distracted by lingerie. In fact, I'm quite obsessed with it and all other things sexy and girly. Carlton's body looks like it is zero-percent body fat, and she is fun, playful, and non-judgmental," the 41-year-old continued.
Gebbia also wrote on her Bravo blog to address the lesbian rumor. "I do honestly feel girls are super powerful and beautiful ...I'm OK with that, we really are a very fun species!" she wrote. "I adore Brandi obviously, she makes me giggle, but we didn't bury any bodies ...I mean crystals! When she's ready to do it. I am a huge believer in visualization and the power of crystals." Gebbia, who is married with two kids, tried to help single lady Glanville to find a man by burying crystals.