Brandi Glanville of 'Real Housewives' to undergo surgery to remove breast tumor
Brandi Glanville is set to undergo surgery to have a benign tumor removed.
Glanville, perhaps best known as a "Real Housewife of Beverly Hills," revealed to InTouch magazine that she must undergo surgery to have a tumor removed from her breast. The reality starlet said that she went to the doctors after months of not feeling well, to discover that the cause was a growing tumor.
"I am having surgery this week and am relieved it's going to be over with," Brandi said according to InTouch magazine. "It's a blessing the tumor is non-cancerous."
The 40-year-old starlet also took to her Twitter account to talk about the ailment.
"Ignore N haters,the silverlining is I think I found a name 4 tumor in my booby thats coming out dec12 starts with an R &ends with an online," Glanville Tweeted on December 6.
"Its not the big C'please dont worry, its just some n'lame thats been making me ill," she Tweeted.
Glanville has also made headlines for her ongoing feud with LeAnn Rimes. The pair have had bad blood since Rimes and Eddie Cibrian, Glanville's ex-husband, went public with their romance back in 2009. The couple fell in love on the set of their Lifetime film "Northern Lights." At the time Cibrian was still married to Glanville while Rimes was married to Dean Sheremet. Rimes and Sheremet divorced in June 2010 and she married Cibrian in April 2011.
In November, Glanville commented on the rough situation, and acknowledged how it has been difficult losing her husband, Cibrian, and at times her children, to Rimes.
"With the situation with [Eddie] and I, it was more like, 'Haha, I won.' And now it's like, 'I won, I have the kids, I have the husband.' But its [like], 'OK, you win, now go make music,'" Glanville told Access Hollywood Live on November 5. "I feel like there's still this, 'I got your family.'"