If Brandi Glanville has any plans to settle her ongoing feud with country singer LeAnn Rimes, Glanville’s apparently waiting until after her book tour is finished to act on them.

The “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star has always had a troubled relationship with Rimes, the country singer for whom Glanville’s ex-husband Eddie Cibrian left her after he had an extramarital affair with the singer. But things seem to be getting more heated lately, with Glanville recently telling fans that Rimes “can go f--- herself.”

Ironically, Glanville made the comments during a Q+A session at the West Hollywood hotel Palihouse where she was promoting her book “Drinking and Tweeting: And Other Brandi Blunders.

Brandi talked about the experience of being cheated on, telling fans, “when a man cheats on you it’s not about you -- it’s about notoriety -- they want to be with you, but they want [to have] their cake and eat it too,” Radar Online reported.

But when a fan mentioned Rimes to the reality star, Glanville got angry.

“She can go f--- herself!” Glanville said, before adding, “Well, she has to, because who would want to?”

After making the harsh remarks, Glanville admitted she sometimes regrets some of the things she says about others when she reflects upon them.

“Then I go home and think about them. I have a conscience. I definitely feel bad about certain things, and when I'm wrong, I say sorry,” Glanville said.

However, that mentality hasn’t seemed to stop her from making provacative comments about Rimes or her fellow cast mates on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” Adrienne Maloof and Paul Nassif, whom Glanville recently accused of using a surrogate to have children with and later lying about it. Glanville told the crowd she says such things because she holds nothing back when it comes to her family.

"I go 10 times harder," she said, referring to people who go after her. "Especially when it comes to my family and my children -- b----, it's on!"

Brandi did say that she hopes that Cibrian and Rimes manage to make their marriage work, if only for her children’s sake.

“I don't want my kids to go through a divorce again,” she said, before adding that she plans to cool it with Rimes and Cibrian once her book tour is finished. "After this happens, after the book is out … I promise I'm closing this chapter of my life."