Brandi Glanville's big, fat, drunken Vegas wedding
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville is officially a housewife once again -- though only briefly. The leggy spitfire married her best friend in a drunken wedding ceremony in Vegas on Saturday night.
Brandi Glanville started 2012 with a bang, some booze and a little engagement bling.
The star of Bravo's Real Housewives of Beverly Hills married her best friend in a vodka-soaked wedding ceremony in Las Vegas on New Year's Eve.
The reality sudster star, 38, pulled what we gossip gawkers affectionately call "A Britney" by tying the knot on a whim over the holiday weekend.
Glanville was in a drunken stupor when she wed her BFF, Mixed Martial Arts manager Darin Harvey, as the clock struck midnight on New Year's Eve.
Glanville joined Bravo's Real Housewives franchise last April -- just weeks after Cibrian married Rimes.
Brandi informed fans of her new relationship status via Twitter Sunday.
"I'm married again- suuuuuuck it!" she wrote. "After some beer and strippers, he is now my husband. No joke!"
Glanville later added, "It's all a blur."
Calling their union "a drunken BFF thing," Harvey told his Twitter followers that the brevity of his booze-fueled elopement will make Kim Kardashian's 72-day union to Kris Humphries look like one for the ages.
"Don't worry @BrandiGlanville and I had a crazy Vegas moment. Getting annulled tomorrow," he explained in a tweet of his own on Sunday evening.
The last time Brandi was publicly linked to a potential suitor, Star magazine was claiming the blonde was still bedding her ex-husband. In an August 2010 scoop, the tabloid alleged that Brandi and Eddie had been secretly seeing one another, leaving lovelorn LeAnn none the wiser.
Glanville -- who has two young sons with Eddie -- didn't even try to deny the affair rumors when quizzed on the nature of her relationship with Cibrian by reporters.
"LeAnn is getting a bitter taste of her own medicine. Eddie will keep cheating, because that's just what he does," a bitter Brandi spat.