I have to keep it real with you, I shed some unexpected tears during the Vanderpump Rules season finale. This whole season, it was difficult to get on board with Katie Maloney and Tom Schwartz’s relationship, but they totally drew me in during the wedding episodes. Even Jax Taylor – who had little to no faith in the marriage – cried during the ceremony.
Even though Jax was questioning Tom and Katie’s relationship until they tied the knot, he was actually on deck to officiate the wedding after Lisa Vanderpump initially said no when the couple asked her. Don’t get me wrong, Lisa did a beautiful job, but it would have been entertaining to have Jax – of all people – marrying Tom and Katie. I mean, he had sex with half the bridal party. It would have been hilarious.
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Obviously, Lisa was the best choice for this honor, but I wish we at least got to see what Jax would say if he had the chance to be the officiant. It would have been reality TV gold, especially because Jax has somehow become a voice of reason on this show.
Jax told Bravo’s The Daily Dish, “Well first of all, I was disappointed I didn’t get to step in and officiate ’cause I was the back-up plan and I thought I would have did a hell of a job. Not saying that Lisa Vanderpump didn’t do a great job. She did. She did an amazing job. It was really nice.”
Ultimately, Jax didn’t have any hard feelings that Tom and Katie went with their initial choice. “And having Lisa do the ceremony, I’d expect nothing less – she did an amazing job.”
Jax recalled, “And it was really cool to see Tom do his vows. I wasn’t sure how that was going to work out ’cause Tom’s not really an emotional, sentimental guy. So I even broke down when he started doing it. It was an emotional thing. It was very touching.” Schwartz really did kill it. This is when I started crying as well. Judge me, but whatever.
TELL US – ARE YOU SURPRISE JAX CRIED AT THE WEDDING? IF LISA COULDN’T OFFICIATE THE CEREMONY, WHO WOULD HAVE BEEN A GOOD CHOICE FROM THE CAST?
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