This has been a rough season of Vanderpump Rules for Katie Maloney – to put it mildly. Based on the footage that has been shown, the viewers have not been feeling Katie this season. She even had her Twitter on private for a while. So I am curious to know what Katie thinks of her portrayal and what she has to say about her issues with Scheana Marie and Ariana Madix.
Katie went from being the person everyone was rooting for on Pump Rules to the cast member who is definitely getting the most heat from the fandom. Katie opened up about a lot of topics, from baby plans with Tom Schwartz and their (lack of) birth control method to those rumors about Jax Taylor‘s dip in the man pond back in the day to the downtown action that allegedly went down between Brittany Cartwright and Kristen Doute.
It has been a rough ride for Stassi Schroeder on Vanderpump Rules. She went from the undisputed queen of the show (and birthdays) to leaving and returning to grovel for the cast’s forgiveness. Now that Stassi is back in the fold, she has a lot to say about the cast.
To be honest, I’m a little thrown off by James Kennedy still being a cast member on Vanderpump Rules since he has been alienated by most of the cast. Still, he does have some really scandalous story lines this season and it all revolves around (allegations of) cheating on girlfriend Raquel Leviss, specifically with Gerelyn “GG” Gilbert and a waitress named Ellie. Now GG is seeking her fifteen minutes of fame speaking out about James and calling out the rest of the cast.
It’s hard for me to cope with the idea of anyone having sex with James, let alone making it public knowledge, but GG feels a need to set the (very obvious) record straight and shit on some Pump Rules cast members in the process.
Happy Valentine’s Day, esteemed Reality Tea readers! To demonstrate how much I love you all, here is a gushing, love-filled recap of Vanderpump Rules. Last night, we found ourselves dealing with stinky situations in the city of saints, sinners, and voodoo. No, it was not corpses escaping their graves in a zombie apocalypse, it was just more Tequila Katie.
As always, the three-headed shebeast proceeded to terrorize the menfolk in a manner befitting of epic trilogies from the ancient years before cell phones could take photos and people were able to communicate with only the push of tiny buttons. What I’m saying is that Tom 2 is on his own Odyssey, charting a territory only tepidly paved by Tom 1‘s Iliad before him (that would be surviving Kristen Doute). I can’t compare Jax Taylor to anything other than Dr. Jackhole and Mr. Jax’d. He writes his own unsavory story – warts and all.
Am I the only one who loves Kristen Doute this season on Vanderpump Rules? She has calmed down, but not too much to the point where she’s boring. I assume a lot of that has to do with her relationship with Brian Carter who I wish was a bigger part of the show. Even though she is (relatively) reformed from her previous Crazy Kristen persona, Kristen is still very open when it comes to talking about Pump Rules.
I wish Vanderpump Rules had longer episodes. Or at the very least, I wish some uncensored scenes got put up online. I just want to know what really happens when it comes to the sex, drugs, and other antics. Thankfully, Tom Sandoval spilled some piping hot tea about all things Pump Rules.
A couple weeks out from her Vanderpump Rules exit, Lala Kent is reflecting on her experience and how she feels about her former co-stars. Namely that they’re egotistical bitches, and she’s relieved to no longer try and play nice with them.
Lala was a guest on the Just Sayin’ podcast, which is co-hosted by former Jersey Shore star Sammi Giancola. Lala also discussed her relationship with James Kennedy, the non-disclosure agreement, and what’s she learned from dealing with mean girls.
Now that a few episodes of Summer House have aired, the viewers are really starting to get to know the cast members (or at the very least, they think they are). With that said, people are already starting to form opinions and take sides when it comes to the conflict within the cast. Unfortunately, Lindsay Hubbard knows all about it since we’ve been subjected to her drunk fights with boyfriend Everett Weston (which I am sure are relatable to a lot of couples) and the sad demise of her friendship with Cristina Gibson.
Now, Lindsay is speaking out to defend herself and share what we did not get to see on the show. She also shares her opinions on Vanderpump Rules – the show that introduced us to Summer House. So what does Lindsay have to say?