There is a baby boom happening for the cast of Vanderpump Rules. Fans still do not know the fate of the show, which shut down production ahead of Season 9 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Pump Rules stars Lala Kent, Stassi Schroeder, Brittany Cartwright, and Katie Maloney entered into a pregnancy pact. The ladies wanted to have their kids around the same time so that they could grow up together. Perhaps the ladies got the idea from a Lifetime movie? Just saying.
While the fate of Vanderpump Rules hangs in the balance, the stars on the show have been moving on with their lives. In June, Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute were fired from the show along with newbies Brett Caprioni and Max Boyens for their appalling racist behavior.
The coronavirus pandemic halted production for Season 9. Pump Rules star Katie Maloney hasn’t heard anything from Bravo about the show resuming filming.
In June 2020, Stassi Schroeder and Beau Clark confirmed that they were expecting a baby girl. Lala Kent and Randall Emmett had a gender reveal this past weekend. Then, Brittany Cartwright and Jax Taylor announced that they are expecting their first child together.
Months before anyone got pregnant, Lala and Brittany dished on having a pregnancy pact with Stassi and Katie Maloney. They all wanted to have children around the same time, which sounds like a Lifetime movie to me. Now, some Vanderpump Rules fans are wondering if Katie and Tom Schwartz have a pregnancy announcement on the horizon and they even commented on Katie’s Instagram account with these comments, which is rude, but expected at this point.
Vanderpump Rules season nine may still be up in the air, but the OG cast members have been anything but quiet as of late. Lala Kent announced she and
her sugar daddy Randall Emmett are pregnant and expecting a baby girl. Luckily, Lala already has a supply of baby bottles on hand. Former cast member Stassi Schroeder also announced her pregnancy, and recently had her first interview post firing from Pump Rules for racist behavior. And Katie Maloney has been continuing her ongoing battle to clean up her mean girl image.
In contrast, the newbies on the show have been pretty quiet. Last season, VPR had about fifty new people join the cast, several of which also got let go for racist behavior. Namely Brett Caprioni and Max Boyens. Dayna Kathan, who was part of a love triangle with Max and Brett, has remained mum since the firings. However, she recently came forward to talk smack about someone else on the cast, and it just so happens to be everyone’s favorite punching bag on the show.
The next generation of Vanderpump Rules is upon us. Lala Kent is pregnant with her first child. Randall Emmett already has two daughters from his first marriage with You star Ambyr Childers.
The couple went big for their gender reveal earlier today. Thankfully, they did not do anything that involved smoke or fire. Instead their plans involved a party bus and a skydiver who had a colored parachute to indicate the baby’s gender.
Few Bravo shows have seen such a fall from grace like Vanderpump Rules. Once the must-watch show of Bravo’s lineup, this past season really jumped the shark. First, we were subjected to a snooze fest of a wedding storyline. Then the firing of Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute at the end of the season really tainted the whole thing.
As for the rest of the cast, fans have long suffered through Katie Maloney sulking on the couch and folding laundry. But at least she’s not involved in the whole mess. Her main storyline for the season was killing her pet lizard. Which I guess in comparison to everything else, is forgivable. But aside from being a cold-blooded lizard-killer, Katie is known as less than enjoyable for fans. I’m obviously putting it nicely.
The fate of Vanderpump Rules is up in the air. We all know by now that Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute got fired. On top of that, coronavirus has put production on hold. Additionally, the show technically revolves around the restaurants, even though none of these people are actually waitresses anymore.
Nevertheless, we all know Lisa Vanderpump isn’t gonna let them film if there are no plugs for TomTom, SUR, and Pump. And let’s be honest: the show just isn’t as good as it used to be. There are too many people in the cast. Plus, OG cast members are all settled down and that’s great for them, but it doesn’t make for the most exciting TV. I cannot watch the lead-in to a wedding every single season. Talk about a yawn fest.