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Andy Cohen Had ‘Great Reconnect’ With Stassi Schroeder, Open to Bravo Comeback

Andy Cohen is opening the door to a potential return for Stassi Schroeder. “I think I might have thrown something out there as I always like to,” he said. “I do [miss her].”

Andy and Stassi ran into each other at the soft opening of Katie Maloney and Ariana Madix’s Something About Her sandwich shop earlier this month.

“I had a great reconnect with her,” Andy admitted. “I haven’t seen her since 2020. It was great to see her. She looks like a million bucks, and she’s a happy mom … We had a really nice reconnect.”

But does she even want to return?

Andy can see the Vanderpump Rules alum “fitting in anywhere” across Bravo, but would she even want to return? She’s been clear that she’s not interested in starring on reality TV. These days, Stassi’s all about spending time with her husband Beau Clark and their two children: daughter Hartford, 3, and son Messer, 7 months.

Even though she claims she was asked to be part of the Pump Rules spinoff The Valley, Stassi turned it down. “Every fiber of my being voted no, like, truly,” she said on Jeff Lewis Live in January.

“First of all, it wouldn’t be a reflection of what my reality is,” she explained. “It’s not my group of friends. I’m friendly with some of them. I’m acquaintances with some of them and some of the new ones, too. I think are lovely, but it’s not my crew.”

In the meantime, one of Stassi’s former VPR castmates, Lala Kent, may be thinking of relocating to The Valley for Season 2. Lala, who’s expecting baby number two via sperm donation, might be a better fit for the VPR spinoff than her current show. The former SUR hostess has left her partying days behind her and has been proudly sober for over five years now. She’s more interested in being a mom than club-hopping with her costars.

But Andy wasn’t able to shed any light on the subject since he’s not involved in The Valley’s production. “I mean, the truth is, I see them all in that universe, [and they] all know each other,” he explained to Us Weekly. “I think they all kind of live in the Valley [at] this point.”