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Bad Girls Unite! Brandi Glanville And Camille Grammer Are BFFs


Aug. 9 2011, Published 7:30 a.m. ET

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Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Camille Grammer can breathe easier now she's no longer the villain on the highly popular show -- those designer shoes have been firmly filled by newcomer Brandi Glanville, yes, Eddie Cibrian’s ex.

In the season two preview trailer, fans see a catfight between Brandi and co-star Kim Richards where Brandi is overheard calling Kim a "b*tch" and accusing her of using "crystal meth."

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But, for all the catfights and b*tching, Brandi has found one unlikely ally, last season's bad girl de jour, Camille.

"I like Brandi, and I enjoy her company a lot, actually," Camille tells in an exclusive interview. "I think she speaks her mind and she's a riot. She makes no excuses. She says what she feels and I like that genuine realness she has. It's refreshing."

Camille says she and Brandi are firm friends and that they bonded together as both went through very painful and public divorces.

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"We discussed our divorces and connected," Camille says. "She and I both went through a very difficult time, and I think we sort of bonded. She's a year ahead of me in her divorce, and she's a strong as nails."

As for season two of RHOBH, which premieres on Bravo on Monday, Sept 5, Camille is staying mum on what we can expect.

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"All I can say is that there will definitely be more drama than last year," she says. "There's so much more and many surprises. You've just gotta tune in."



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