The reality TV star dropped a bomb confirming what fans have been speculating for a long time now. Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright were fired from “Vanderpump Rules”. “Was I surprised what they decided? Well, if you put it like that, yeah. I would have been really surprised,” shared Vanderpump when she was asked if she was surprised that Taylor and Cartwright left on their own.
So Brit And Jax Lied?
“Who makes the rules? It’s not me. … Bravo, they produce the show. Even though I’m an executive producer on it, you know, they make most of the decisions,” he continued. The couple released a statement shortly after their exited the show claiming that they were “not fired” but chose to leave on their own. “I am 41 with a baby on the way,” wrote Taylor who claimed this was the best choice for his budding family, the couple are expecting a son some time soon.
Fans Are Still Talking About The Firing
The pair married in 2019 with most of the cast in attendance and even had Vanderpump show up to their apartment for their engagement party which shocked Cartwright to tears. Unfortunately, it looks like the relationship between the couple and the entrepreneur is not on the best of terms and apparently the same can be said for the 61-year-old’s relationship with one-time fan favorite Stassi Schroeder. The 32-year-old was one of the four cast members who publicly got fired from “Vanderpump Rules” along with Brett Caprioni, Max Boyens, and Kristen Doute.
As For Stassi…
“I haven’t spoken to her,” shared the “Overshared” host. Admitting that their relationship isn’t what it used to be.
“I did reach out to her a couple of times, but she never responded after she was let go,” clarified the former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” alum, “And that’s her choice, you know. That’s OK.”
Spoken like a true lass act, Vanderpump let the snub slide off her shoulders. Schroeder, who recently welcomed a daughter with fiancé Beau Clark seems to have moved on from the drama.
The New Mom Has Moved On
In fact, she is now hosting a paid podcast with Clark talking all things parenting and quite possibly a few other things. During the first episode of “The Good, The Bad, The Baby” podcast, the new mom got real about how pregnancy saved her life.
“If I wasn’t pregnant, I probably would have just like … gone to alcoholism, Xanax, I would have lashed out, dark passenger-ed. And I think our baby 100 percent saved me.” Hopefully, she spills some of the details about what went down during what some can assume was the hardest summer of her life.