Lisa admits she invitedJames Kennedy to her house for dinner Sunday night, “I wanted to check in with him. He’s been through an incredibly difficult journey. Although the show’s a very accurate portrayal of what they do and what they’re up to, I don’t think we really ever have had the full picture of James. There is a lot more of a sensitive side to him. You see a lot of his bravado and his attitude. I wanted to check in with him. He has been undergoing some intense therapy,” jokingly adding, “He probably needs electric-shock treatments.”
Lisa Vanderpump caves and allows Katie Maloney and Tom Schwartz to throw their engagement party at Villa Rosa. Despite her wishes to keep Kristen and Stassi off of her property, they show up anyway. And Kristen annoys everyone (except Katie) with a long, rambling speech that is awkward and mostly about her taking credit for the coupling. Lala basically blurts out what everyone is thinking – STFU!
Lisa first discusses her reaction to Katie Maloney requesting to use her home for her engagement party. “Of all the places in Los Angeles, why is Katie asking me to borrow my garden for her engagement party?” ponders Lisa. “I don’t want to have their engagement party at my house. I don’t have any party at my house but I kind of do have a very soft spot for Katie and Schwartzyso if anybody was going to ask me, I suppose they’re the only people I might possibly say yes to.”
Kristen‘s annoyed that Lisa Vanderpump put conditions on Katie Maloney‘s engagement party at her house, because, she argues, it meant sooo much to Katie to have Kristen and Stassi Schroeder there. Um, apparently not, or she would have decided to have the party elsewhere. Katie didn’t hesitate, not even for a second, to accept Lisa’s conditions.
On last night’s episode of Vanderpump Rules, Tom Sandoval introduced us to a bass guitar bedecked with dildos, which made more sense than almost everything else happening with this group.
Katie Maloney has been waiting and hoping, begging and whining, pleading and crying to get engaged to Tom Schwartzsince the dawn of Twitter. Maybe even before in the prehistoric age of Facebook. It finally happened so OMG! WEDDING! is her entire life.
Katie bombards Lisa Vanderpump and begs to have her engagement party – a casual BBQ for 50 or so sane people plus one full-scale rampaging case of psychosis (Kristen Doute) and one bitch ghost with a superiority complex who is temporarily angelic in order to wheedle her way back in (Stassi Schroeder). After some hesitation, Lisa decides to let Katie and Tom have the party at Villa Rosa, BUT! Kristen and Stassi are not allowed to come! Katie agrees so fast heads spun exorcist style. Some re-friend she is.
Andy jumps right in and asks Stassi, Katie, Kristen, and Scheana to explain some of their worst moments on Vanderpump Rules. (This is only a half hour show, right?) First up, Kristen sleeping with James Kennedy, on the top of his car, just a couple minutes after he made her cry, “It wasn’t the way that he said that it happened. He is a liar. But it was a huge mistake. HUGE.”
Jax Taylor is the unequivocal villain onVanderpump Rules, but he’s not shying away from that portrayal, nor is he pretending to be anyone but himself for the sake of fame. Quite the opposite, actually, Jax is tired of Hollywood and ready to live a normal life!
In a revealing new interview, Jax is unabashed about his televised mistakes and flippant about his future stardom. “I hate [Hollywood],” he laments. “I hate it. It’s nothing. It’s bullshit.”
Jax, a former model, was actually in the process of leaving SUR and LA behind to become a firefighter in Florida when Lisa Vanderpump persuaded him to stay, because ‘something big’ was about to happen, which would change his life.
James says his inspiration for the album was “the ocean” and “the deep waters planet Earth has to offer.” Don’t Look Down follows James, joined by Max Todd, through his day. Apparently, his days start with a shot of tequila before he even gets out of bed… “to make the start of the day as rockstar as possible.”