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Been there. Done that. Never again. That's how former "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Brandi Glanville feels about marriage.

The reality star, never one to muzzle her feelings, wants to have a partner, but doesn't see herself being a bride.

"I don't want to get married again. I think I would love to have a partner and share my life and my home with someone and my children," she told Fox 411. "I think that would be amazing, but in order to do that I need to learn to let people in."

Brandi, of course, was previously married to Eddie Cibrian, who left her following an affair with LeAnn Rimes in 2010. Since then, she has dated here and there, but nothing serious.

She'll now star in E!'s "Famously Single," which premieres on June 14.

"I was skeptical of going into the project of whether or not I would find true love, but I knew there was a therapy aspect to it," she said. "I thought, 'Clearly it's something I am doing wrong and maybe I need a little help.'"

"I seem to go through guys fairly quickly. I call them 'micro relationships' because as soon as I think something is up I sabotage and leave. I run away," she said. "So I thought, you know, 'Why not just go and see if I get anything from this?'"

For a moment, she wondered if doing another reality show was a good thing for her.

"I thought about not wanting to put my love life there out on camera," she said, "but let's be clear I did 'Housewives,' everything is already out there so why not look for love on camera? What do I have to lose really? Nothing."

The new dating reality show even gave her the opportunity to throw a little subtle shade at her former "Housewives" costars. She said the Bravo show is "authentic" but the stars orchestrate some of the drama.

"'Beverly Hills Housewives' will always be a part of my life," she said. "It's like you are grandfathered in … but it has been nice to have a break [from] not always having to strategize and think about what is going to happen next and who is going to come at you. Like constantly being combative with other people, it's just not healthy or fun."