The recent game night fiasco on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," which saw Kim and Kyle Richards almost come to blows with new cast member Brandi Glanville, left fans of the Bravo series reeling. So, have the co-stars made peace in the 90210?
"It's hard. I think we all have regrets about that night," Brandi told Billy Bush and Kit Hoover on Monday's Access Hollywood Live. "I don't think [Kim or myself] are that way… we just had a long night."
Fans will remember that Brandi accused Kim of doing crystal meth during their game night get-together – something she now regrets saying.
"I don't actually think she was on crystal meth," she said. "I don't even know where that came from!"
According to Brandi, she's only been able to mend her relationship with one of the Richards sisters.
"Kyle and I have talked and I've apologized and she's apologized. I haven't spoken to Kim, I try throughout the whole season," she explained.
The show's rollercoaster of drama, trash talking and fights left Brandi wondering if she made a wise move joining the show.
"I was kind of wondering if I was doing the right thing," she said when asked about the effect the show was having on her. "At the end of the day it's just a TV show and I have amazing family and friends that love me and I'm not going to let these women get to me. And I needed a job."
Brandi, who was previously married to Eddie Cibrian, revealed to Billy and Kit that she's back in the dating pool.
"I'm dating, yes," she said. "I like tall dark and handsome [men]… I just like somebody who is sweet, good smile, good conversation, just a happy person. I can't deal with negative people."
In more "Real Housewives" news, Access also caught up with Camille Grammer over the weekend, who chimed in on the addition of Brandi to the cast and gave us an update on "Real Housewife" Taylor Armstrong.
"I don't know if Brandi has taken the heat off [me.] I think the both of us have gone through a lot. Last year, I definitely had a lot on my plate," she told Access.
As for Taylor, Camille said she's still healing following the suicide of estranged husband Russell Armstrong.
"She's doing well. The last time I saw her was a couple of weeks ago, and she looks fantastic," she said of Taylor. "She's very strong. It's amazing the strength we find in adversity."
"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" airs at 9 PM on Mondays on Bravo.
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