Brandi Glanville Lisa Vanderpump Feud: 'RHOBH' Co-Stars Make Up Ahead Of Season Five

10:15 AM EDT 8/14/2014 by Lindsay Cronin, Celebeat Reporter

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Brandi Glanville and Lisa Vanderpump have ended their feud ahead of the upcoming fifth season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

After an epic falling out during the Bravo series' fourth season, Glanville and Vanderpump put their differences aside and recently reunited at a housewarming party at Glanville's new home.

Vanderpump and her husband, Ken "approached Brandi and chatted with her very cordially," a source told E! News of Friday night's bash on Aug. 13. "I wouldn't say things were as good as they used to be, but fences seem to be mending."

Throughout season four, Glanville's relationship with Vanderpump was tense. First, they began having issues over Vanderpump's alleged manipulation of her co-stars. Then, Glanville pulled back after learning how close Vanderpump was with Scheana Marie, one of her former husband's mistresses.

Also in attendance at Glanville's party was her former foe, Adrienne Maloof.

During season three, Glanville revealed Maloof's surrogate use, which Maloof had kept secret since her children's birth, and the two ended their friendship. However, once Maloof returned to the show for season five, they were able to sort out their issues and move forward.

"At the end of the day, neither one of them wanted to keep fighting," an insider revealed to E! News in July. "A lot was said and I think both realized they were each in the wrong. They first saw each other at Kyle's White Party, then decided to meet up a few days later for a sit down. It wasn't so much about becoming best friends or anything. It was just about making peace."

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills returns to Bravo this fall.

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