"Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Brandi Glanville certainly has her wine-toss down.
On Tuesday night's episode of the Bravo reality series, Glanville threw a glass of wine in the face of "Days of Our Lives" actress and "RHOBH" co-star Eileen Davidson while at dinner. The act was precipitated by Glanville insisting that Davidson act out a scene from the soap opera. Shortly after Davidson refused, she got doused.
"I've never had a glass of wine thrown in my face," Davidson said. "I'm confused, angry and humiliated."
Glanville went on "Watch What Happens Live" with Andy Cohen Tuesday night to discuss the mishap.
"I absolutely do [regret it]. I think that when you waste wine, it's alcohol abuse," Glanville joked, before continuing: "I do regret it. When you say sorry once, do you have to say it a million times? Nope."
Designer and "Flipping Out" star Jeff Lewis was also on Cohen's show Tuesday night and he wound up on the receiving end of Glanville's wine glass later in the show.
Glanville tossed a glass of wine in Lewis' face after he made a joke about the possibility of getting an STD if Glanville ran her fingers through his hair. The "RHOBH" star said she was upset by the comment because she wrote about contracting an alleged STD from her ex-husband, Eddie Cibrian, in her book. Then she seemingly began to cry.
Cohen tweeted about the shocking moment:
Glanville later took to Twitter, claiming it was all just one big joke on the Bravo host:
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