As if reality TV stars looking for attention via a gender reveal wasn’t annoying enough, Vanderpump Rules stars Scheana Shay and Lala Kent got into a spat one. Scheana said she was upset Lala excluded her from a gender reveal and slammed her for not being there for her during her miscarriage.
Lala called out Scheana’s boyfriend Brock Davies, slammed her for having a new best friend every week, said Scheana makes everything about her (pot, meet kettle), and roasted Scheana for bringing up her hookup with John Mayer “100 years later” This all played out on social media and in podcast episodes, but it was honestly much more entertaining than the most recent Vanderpump Rules season. If only someone was filming this.
Vanderpump Rules was once the best show on Bravo. Of course, THAT’S MY OPINION!!! (Trademark Tamra Judge). But seriously, it was! Who would have thought following hot Survers around a sexy unique restaurant would have been a good idea? Lisa Vanderpump – that’s who. The woman is some sort of Bobby Fischer genius reality TV Svengali.
LVP didn’t write the whole story, but she knew Scheana Marie’s affair with Brandi Glanville’s D-List ex-husband, Eddie Cibrian, would be the crossover of crossovers. Season after season the Pump Rules cast never stopped surprising us with their awful misdeeds and sometimes instant confessions. The content was wild and entertaining. But under the surface were some harsh truths and finally, this year, there was a reckoning. Day one stars Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute were fired for racist actions. Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni were fired for using racial slurs. Now that the “reality” of these personas has been exposed, where does it go from here?
2020 is not going the way that any of us envisioned, especially Stassi Schroeder. The former Vanderpump Rules queen bee got fired for her years of racist behaviors and remarks (which were in addition to her Nazi comparisons and #MeToo criticisms). Her dream wedding in Italy got postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic, but at least she’s in a better financial situation than most coronavirus brides right now.
In the midst of all that scandal, Stassi and Beau Clark conceived a baby girl, who is due in January 2021. And now, they’re married. Surprise!
This year has been a tale of highs and lows for former Vanderpump Rules star Stassi Schroeder. In June, she was fired along with co-star Kristen Doute for racist behavior. Stassi and Kristen called the police on Pump Rules co-star Faith Stowers in 2018. The duo accused Faith of drugging men and then stealing from them. Of course, none of this was true.
Stassi lost many brand sponsorships, and her podcast was removed from all platforms. She even hired a diversity teacher to help her learn from her mistakes.
You are cordially invited to witness the finest performance 2020 has blessed us with. Please don your pearls to clutch and your hankies to weep into. The saga of NeNe Leakes’ controversial departure from Real Housewives of Atlanta continues. As you know, NeNe will not be returning to the show that made her famous. SHE DEFINITELY WAS NOT FIRED, but there seems to be some speculation it was not her choice to leave.
NeNe’s farewell has been filled with strife. With claims of mistreatment and being “forced out” by Bravo, NeNe is not going gentle into that good night. After former friend Wendy Williams appeared on Watch What Happens Live, NeNe was unable to prevent the unleashing of her full wrath. Lobbing accusations of racism at Andy Cohen one way, hurling personal insults at Wendy another, NeNe ripped off what was left of her filter and scorched her previous relationships. What else is left for NeNe to do, as a consequence of her actions? Cry about it.
Vanderpump Rules is in its off season and not currently filming. But that hasn’t stopped the franchise from churning out nonstop news stories about the cast.
Everyone knows about the epic firing of Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute. Some thought that would be enough to tank the show in general. But the cast (and former cast) seems to have other plans to stay relevant, even if the show doesn’t come back. And what would those plans be? PREGNANCY. As in, everyone is pregnant. Stassi was first, quickly followed by Lala Kent’s announcement. Then came Brittany Cartwright’s own surprise.
Even though the latest season of Vanderpump Rules has yet to start filming, Lala Kent has been all over the news as of late. Lala recently announced her pregnancy, and she’s having a girl! Now she has officially joined the VPR baby boom with her friends Stassi Schroeder and Brittany Cartwright who are also both expecting. It’s too bad camera’s aren’t rolling to capture Lala and the gang as they go through the ups and downs of pregnancy.
If cameras were rolling however, Stassi wouldn’t be there. She got fired this year for racist behavior, along with Kristen Doute. With a good portion of the OG’s gone, the question remains if Lala or the rest of the group will want to come back to the show as well. And will being pregnant determine Lala’s decision on whether she wants to be a part of Pump Rules next season?
The friends that dumped her? This is what hope looks like, you guys. But hey, it’s 2020 and I think we can all use
a laugh some optimism. Kristen Doute never had an easy ride on Vanderpump Rules. While she was firmly entrenched in the Witches of WeHo coven, she was also expendable. But sleeping with your best friend’s ex-boyfriend on your current boyfriend’s couch isn’t the best way to prove your loyalty. Kristen will never be the #1 girl in this group.
Kristen was fired from Pump Rules, along with Stassi Schroeder. They filed a false police report against the chick Jax Taylor used as a straycation from Brittany Cartwright. The fate of the show returning is currently with the Bravo gods, but the cast has taken a hit. A program that revolves around a restaurant in the midst of a pandemic might be a goner. That said, SUR has reopened for business, which means filming could potentially resume. Now Kristen says she hopes the show does not return at all, because she’s anxious to make a television comeback.