Brandi Glanville married: Real Housewives star marries Darin Harvey but wedding was for fun only

By on Jan 3, 2012 in Entertainment, Hollywood, Lifestyle, United States Comments

Brandi Glanville is married again, as the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star announcing her wedding with Darin Harvey but clarified later that it was all for fun only.



Supposed Brandi Glanville and Darin Harvey
wedding photo in Las Vegas

Image Credit: Brandi Glanville Twitter

Glanville, 38, used Twitter on Sunday, January 1, 2012 to announce that she is getting married to Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) manager Darin Harvey in Las Vegas; but later revealed that it was only a joke.

“Getting married @darinharvey!!!” Brandi Glanville (@BrandiGlanville) tweeted on the New Year’s Day 2012, and added a photo of her, kissing Darin Harvey on the cheek.

@darinharvey we shud try to stay married for !a bit!I’m a good jew I promise” Glanville tweeted the next day, Monday, January 2, adding the same photo again.

As hours went by, Glanville continuously updated her Twitter account sharing stories about her Las Vegas wedding with Harvey; as her followers kept on asking if the marriage was for real.

“yes…. I’m an official housewife, for reals… Again” Glanville responded to one of her followers, confirming the wedding was real; who married actor Eddie Cibrian in 2011 but divorced in 2010, after having two sons together.

“Follow my new husband! @darinharvey Getting my ring tomorrow! Yes I did really do it!” Glanville tweeted on the almost the same hour, with her followers now sending greetings to her quickly announced wedding.

“My new husband is @darinharvey he is a great guy he manages MMA fighters his star is @RondaRoussey the best female MMA fighter on the planet” Glanville tweeted, describing her new husband.

“It wasn’t planned and we will handle it, but good times!” Glanville tweeted, adding a wedding photo, kissing each other in front of a ‘wedding chapel’ in Las Vegas, along with a series of tweets to some of her followers.

However, Brandi Glanville later clarified also via Twitter that the wedding ceremony was not real and no formal documents made for the supposed marriage.

“We’re just friends! I will get married for real when everyone in the world that wants to can!” Glanville tweeted a few hours ago, now reversing her earlier tweets that the wedding was real.

“Its not legal! We were just having fun! Plus it was just a ceremony people! Not legal no paperwork was done!” Glanville added, replying to her followers.

“I didnt mean to offend anyone! I believe everyone shud be able to get married & maybe even embarass themselves in VegasGlanville tweeted, apologizing to her followers.



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