'Real Housewives' Joyce Giraud: Brandi Glanville's 'apology is as fake as she is'
"Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Brandi Glanville recently had to offer an apology after making some racist comments on a recent episode of "RHOBH," including saying that co-star Joyce Giraud de Ohoven is a "black person" because she can't swim and continually calling her "Hoy-say" and "Hoyce-ita," as in pronouncing her name with a Spanish accent, instead of just saying "Joyce."
Monday (Dec. 16), Joyce appeared on "Watch What Happens Live," where a caller asked her about Brandi's comments and her subsequent apology.
"Her apology is as fake as she is, I should have known better, I should have trusted my gut instinct. ... I think Brandi's a grown woman, I'm a grown woman and we're all too old to blame it on other people," says Joyce, referring to co-stars Lisa Vanderpump and Yolanda Foster making excuses for Glanville.
In the video below, Joyce adds that Brandi is always trying to hurt her by mispronouncing her name and that Yolanda doesn't help anything by jumping into the fray.
"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" airs Monday nights at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Bravo.