While most real housewives can only dream of hooking up with Gerard Butler, Brandi Glanville is proving how unreal of a housewife she really is. Butler recently verified his tryst with the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star, but the only problem was that he forgot her name.
During an interview with “The Howard Stern Show” on Sirius XM Radio Monday, the “300” actor was candid about his intimate relations with the 40-year-old starlet.
Us Weekly provided a few quotes from the conversation:
"It was a one-afternooner, but it was fun," Butler, 43, told Howard Stern. "She is wild."
Glanville, however, raved a little more about their affair while appearing on "Watch What Happens Live" at the end of January. The reality star said they "had a little week of fun" and rated Butler an "11" out of 10 as a lover.
Butler became privy to Glanville's statement when a paparazzo reportedly told him, "Brandi Glanville says you're great in bed."
"And you know what I said: 'Who's Brandi Glanville?'" Butler recalled to Stern. "Because one, I didn't know her last name and two, I didn't know she was a celebrity and I didn't know she was going to f--king tell people about it!"
So why exactly didn’t he know her last name? "Here's the thing. You're at a beach party, you're having fun and this girl comes along," he says in his defense. "'So, what do you do?' She says, 'Doesn't matter.' We hung out. We had a little bit of fun."
Butler gave Glanville a ring after he found out she was kissing and telling. "I said one, 'I'm not very happy you did that because there are certain things you keep a little private.' And two, 'I'm sorry I said I didn't know who you were!'"
But the actor won’t have to worry about Glanville spreading around his personal business any longer. He’s been dating his new lady, model/actress Madalina Ghenea, for 10 weeks, Us reported.
"What I love about her is she digs me. Not many people when they get to know me put up with me and she does," he confessed. "She's incredibly beautiful, sexy, she's very compassionate, super smart and truly, she does get me. That's nice. It's nice when somebody pins you and they know everything about you and they see it in a positive way. A lot of stuff that I don't see in a positive way, after she's pined me I say, maybe I'm all right. Maybe I'm not the biggest d***head on the planet!"
Maria Vultaggio is a reporter for the Continuous News Desk (CND), where she covers trending topics and breaking news for the International Business Times....