After being “single for a year,” i.e. hooking up with Adam Spott, funding his life, and begging him to say “I love you” after buying him a penguin, Scheana Marie is officially off the market. It seems like a pretty new relationship, so we probably won’t see it on the upcoming season of Vanderpump Rules.
However, Scheana recently shared some info on her new guy. James Kennedy also chimed in with some details.
Last season, Vanderpump Rules fans saw a post-Rob Scheana Marie playing the field. Sort of. She went on a date with Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise alum Robby Hayes. But, ultimately, she had her sights set on Adam Spott. She even got him a penguin, but he wasn’t moved by the gesture. However, in his defense, he was mad at Scheana for having sex with a male model. In her defense, Scheana and Adam were not a couple. They were just “best friends,” even though Scheana begged him to say “I love you” during the Season 7 finale.
Now, Scheana is done with Adam, or so she says. Recently, she was spotted making out with Robby. Again. But after that, she was spotted with another member of Bachelor Nation. Is Scheana becoming the real-life Bachelorette by dating all of the guys in front of paparazzi
that she called?
Even though Scheana Marie never officially “dated” Adam Spott, she did beg him to tell her he loved her during the last Vanderpump Rules finale. Then she got drunk and cried with Brittany Cartwright’s Mamaw.
She claimed that they were just “best friends” many times over. She also said that he was the first guy she didn’t have to fake orgasms with. Sorry, Mike Shay and Rob Valletta. Now, she’s so done with Adam. Not that they ever officially dated.
There are very few things in this life that I am 100% certain about. I am 100% certain that if I am running late, there will be traffic. I am 100% certain that when I’m “not drinking tonight,” I will have consumed 10 tequila shots by 9 pm. I am also 100% certain that Scheana Marie involves herself in very public, and messy, romantic entanglements for dramatic purposes.
First, there was poor Mike Shay. Scheana and Mike had a marriage that was over before it really even begun. But the blessed union put her front and center on Vanderpump Rules for the majority of that season, and that’s all that really matters. I wonder if Scheana is bitter about the fact that Brittany Cartwright and Jax Taylor’s wedding was an over-the-top extravaganza paid for by sponsored Instagram posts, and all Scheana got was a crop-top wedding dress and a bunch of bedazzled silk roses? After her divorce from Mike, she moved on to Rob Valletta, whose name she mentioned at every. Possible. Opportunity. Then, last season, she badgered poor Adam Spott into “dating” her, and immediately tried to make him jealous by making out with Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise-alum, Adam’s friend, Robby Hayes.
The latest Vanderpump Rules reunion turned into the Everyone Hates James Kennedy three-part special. Almost the entire cast of the show had it out for him. You would think he had kidnapped all of their firstborns. But it all boiled down to James rapping about Jax Taylor cheating, and a fat shaming comment to Katie Maloney, that united the cast against him.
The only cast members to stick up for him during the reunion were Tom Sandoval, Ariana Madix, and Raquel Leviss. Which is not a surprise, as Raquel is James girlfriend. And Tom has been a vocal advocate for James all season. He even confronted Katie and called her a bully. But where was James’ other supposed ally, Scheana Marie, in all this mess?
Remember when Vanderpump Rules star Scheana Marie dated Rob Valletta? Of COURSE, you do because she was clearly
obsessed in love with him. I mean, she loved Rob even when she married poor Mike Shay (congrats again on dodging a bullet, Shay). Rob was what we like to call, “the one who got away”.
Rob was the perfect guy for Scheana. He had a great house in Los Angeles, a vacation house in Big Bear, a job, and a famous model sister. He could also, say it with me now, HANG A TELEVISION IN SEVEN MINUTES. Scheana timed him, y’all! It doesn’t get much better than that, am I right? Sadly, Scheana and Rob ended their Harlequin Romance due to “tricky schedules”. Or maybe Rob just decided he couldn’t hang with a stage 11 clinger and a bunch of thirtysomething alcoholics with no viable life skills. So whatever happened to Rob? Did he willingly ease back into normal life? Is he suffering from PTSD? If the guy was smart, he voluntarily entered the witness protection program and changed his name.
In the early days of Vanderpump Rules, we met Scheana Shay. Back then she was known as the “homewrecker” who had naughty times with Brandi Glanville’s then-husband. But that was about five faces ago. Scheana went from burgeoning pop princess, to wife, and then back to
bunny boiling stalker single.
Viewers watched as her doomed marriage to Mike Shay fell apart amidst claims of substance abuse and living in Scheana’s shadow. During a tense conversation in the Season 5 reunion, Scheana obsessively checked her make-up while Shay was strung up for further public humiliation. It was relatively brutal to watch and many viewers didn’t blame Shay for
living Valley of the Dolls retreating into his own world. Scheana had already moved on and we haven’t heard much from Shay since then. After such a nasty and public falling out, could these two former lovebirds ever find peace and closure after such a long term relationship?
Nowadays, the majority of the Vanderpump Rules cast are in committed relationships. And I use the word committed loosely, as they do whatever they want anyways. Like Lala Kent and Ariana Madix hooking up. Or James Kennedy being accused of cheating on Raquel Leviss. And Jax Taylor…well he han’t done anything yet this season, but give it some time.
However, one cast member is single, and that is Scheana Marie. Her dating life on the show has been pretty quiet so far. All we’ve seen is her
sexually harassing hanging out with Adam Spott. I wonder if Adam can hang a TV in seven minutes? Recently, Scheana’s love life has been in a status of, “It’s complicated.”