Beau Clark seems to be on “Team Jax” when it comes to Jax Taylor’s ongoing feud with Tom Sandoval.
Weeks after Taylor and Sandoval were seen in a screaming match on Vanderpump Rules after Sandoval chose to confront Taylor about his decision to not immediately fire his pastor after his anti-LGBTQ social media posts were exposed during Peter Madrigal’s birthday celebration, Clark raised questions about Sandoval’s intentions during an appearance on Andy Cohen’s late-night talk show, Watch What Happens Live alongside fiancee Stassi Schroeder.
While the majority of the Vanderpump Rules cast has admitted that Sandoval had a reason to be concerned after Taylor waited to fire his pastor, Clark wondered why he chose to wait so many months to confront Taylor with his thoughts.
“If he knew about it for so long why did it take six months for him to tell him right before the wedding?” Clark asked.
According to Clark, Sandoval should have brought up the issue with Taylor right away.
“[He] should have said something before,” he added.
While Schroeder has been featured on Vanderpump Rules since the series began airing on the Bravo network in January 2013, Clark was never a viewer of the hit show. In fact, he’d seen just two episodes before he began appearing on the series last year for season seven.
“I haven’t watched anything that happened before I came on. I watched the pilot and the wedding,” he confirmed.
Clark appeared in a part-time role during the show’s seventh season but is currently starring in a full-time position.
When Taylor and wife Brittany Cartwright tied the knot in Kentucky last June, Clark was one of the many men at his side.
As for Sandoval, he ended up being a part of the wedding party as well, after temporarily being disinvited from the event by Taylor.
As Vanderpump Rules fans will recall, Taylor booted Sandoval from his big day after he put his pastor on blast but after offering a text message apology, he was welcomed back to the event.
While a ninth season of Vanderpump Rules hasn’t officially been confirmed by Bravo, Schroeder and Clark are planning to have their upcoming wedding in Rome, Italy filmed for an episode of season nine. That said, with the ongoing spread of the coronavirus and the current lockdown in the country, it is unclear whether or not the couple will actually be able to move forward with their Italian ceremony.
Vanderpump Rules season eight airs every Tuesday night at 9 p.m. on Bravo.