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Mother's Day drama ensues between Brandi Glanville and LeAnn Rimes

by webdev

May 15, 2013

Mother's Day drama ensues between Brandi Glanville and LeAnn Rimes

Mother's Day is meant to celebrate all of the women in your life who have made an impact on you and helped you grow into the person you are today. Leave it to "Real Housewives of Hollywood" star Brandi Glanville and her ex-husband's new wife, LeAnn Rimes, to cause drama on this special day. Us Weekly is reporting Rimes tried to bring her and Glanville's constant feuding to an end by offering the latter a bouquet of flowers on Mother's Day.

Glanville, mother to her and ex Eddie Cibrian's two sons, Mason and Jake, is still fuming over the fact that Rimes stole her husband when the two shared the small screen during the made-for-TV-movie, "Northern Lights," back in 2009. Over the past few years both women have tried to extend the olive branch to one another in an attempt to ease the family tension, but it seems Glanville wasn't thankful enough for her recent gift. 

The two women battled about the flowers over Twitter. 

"I thanked @leannrimes on twitter4 my flowers," Glanville, 40, wrote May 13 on her account. "Our relationship is that we still don't even say hi at [my sons] baseball. I don't have her number - that's it."

Rimes immediately fired back at the backhanded thank you, declaring she did not receive any sort of acknowledgment of the flowers until Glanville's most recent post. 

"This was actually the first acknowledgment of my gesture I was made aware of," Rimes wrote on her personal Twitter page. "I didn't see anything else sent to me."

It seems the fighting between these two stars will never end, but perhaps Glanville could try and stop the issue by sending Rimes a friendship bouquet or another floral arrangement to show that she wants peace too.

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