Brandi Glanville is most known for her appearance on Bravo’s hit reality show, “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.” Recently, the former cast member of the reality show attended the Kings of Hustler Male Revue in Las Vegas on Friday night to promote her new single, “Life of a Housewife.”

Page Six reported that, after arriving around 11p.m., the reality star stepped out with a gal pal wearing a tight, red romper, red stilettos and a box clutch. The pair were greeted by fans, then escorted to the VIP section, where they enjoyed moves from the fellas on stage and vodka cocktails from the bar.

When Glanville eventually took the stage, three separate performers gave her a sensuous dance to her new song. Glanville was inspired by their actions, so she leaned over a chair and did the splits in front of the applauding crowd before heading back to her area.

Glanville released her rap single “Life of a Housewife” under the moniker “B-Geezy” last month. The diss record takes aim at several fellow “housewives” including Kyle Richards (“Not stealing cars but stealing houses”) and Luann de Lesseps (“Mug shots, kickin’ cops”). There are also nods to the famous “Real Housewives of New Jersey” table flip and “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Shereé Whitfield’s classic “Who gon’ check me boo?” quote.

Meanwhile, you can check out Brandi’s snaps from the wild night in Vegas below. Stay tuned to Thirsty for more celeb updates.

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