The Season 10 finale of Vanderpump Rules isn’t slated to air until May, yet fans of the Bravo reality series are already anxiously awaiting the reunion.
As The Ashley previously told you, the cast reunited recently to discuss the Season 10 happenings, almost all of which have been greatly overshadowed by the “Scandoval” and its main culprits Tom Sandoval and Raquel Leviss, who were outed in early March for carrying on a months-long affair behind the back of Ariana Madix–- Raquel’s close friend and more importantly, Sandoval’s girlfriend of nearly a decade.
This week on Andy Cohen Live, reunion host and former ‘VPR’ producer Andy Cohen shared some details about the remainder of Season 10–- as well as the highly anticipated reunion–- insisting that viewers will be particularly blown away while watching the final few episodes.
“I’m not overhyping this. I’m not,” Andy said, as reported by Heavy. “I truly can’t believe it and I want to point something out. I’m no longer a producer of ‘Vanderpump Rules,’ so it’s not like I’m pumping my own show, okay? The only thing I have to do with ‘Vanderpump Rules’ is that I host the reunions at this point, so jaw-dropping. That’s the word that I would use, jaw-dropping.”
Andy confirmed that he filmed separate one-on-one interviews with Sandoval, Raquel and Ariana during the reunion, admitting he had concerns of his own that he wanted to address with each of them on camera.
“I had my own things that I wanted to confront them about, things that I had noticed, so I got to do that and that’s how we started and then we brought them with the group,” he said. “So it was a real reckoning. If you are looking to hear their story, you will. If you are looking for them to be confronted to their face about what they’ve done in what I would say an aggressive manner, a confrontational manner, you will get it.”
Shortly after filming wrapped on the Season 10 reunion, it was reported that Andy had to step in at one point to separate two cast members who nearly came to blows. At the time, it was confirmed that the instigator was not Sandoval, Raquel or Ariana, but rather “not someone you’d guess.” The identity of the (almost) dueling duo has not been revealed, though many have speculated on social media that it involved Tom Schwartz and James Kennedy.
“Let me tell you something– I didn’t leave with any bruises, but I was called into action,” Andy told Page Six of the on-set altercation.
Considering the impact that the Scandoval has had on
seemingly every Bravo fan the ‘VPR’ cast, it was all but assumed that the Season 10 reunion would air over multiple episodes; however, Andy said fans can also expect extended versions and reunion extras to be made available.
“I think that Peacock is gonna release extended versions, so you better subscribe to Peacock. It’s pretty inexpensive to subscribe to Peacock because I think you’re going to get extras on Peacock and let me tell you, there is a lot of reckoning to get,” he explained.
The Season 10 reunion is expected to air over multiple parts in mid-to-late May. In the meantime, new episodes of ‘Vanderpump Rules’ will continue to air Wednesdays on Bravo.
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