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'Vanderpump Rules' Star Tom Sandoval Announces New Job Amid Firing Scandal

By Whitney Vasquez

Tom Sandoval is expanding his empire beyond Lisa Vanderpump. The "Vanderpump Rules" star revealed he's signed a new gig amid the Bravo firing drama. This time, he's taking his livelihood out from behind the bar and moving into the world of cosmetics. That's right, he's teamed up with a makeup company geared towards men and he's pumped to take on the new challenge. Taking to social media on Tuesday, July 1, Tom Sandoval's exciting news comes as fans wonder what the future looks like for "Pump Rules."

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His New Gig!


Turning the camera on himself, the 36-year-old star addressed his Instagram followers for the first time since Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute, Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni were fired for racial comments and actions three weeks ago. Sporting a giant smile on his face, Tom Sandoval reminded everyone that he's talked about using Stryx for years. "They do concealer and tinted moisturizers specifically made for men," he informed his fans while showing off the products. "I just want to say that I'm officially part of the company!"

The Big Announcement!


Continuing to express his enthusiasm, Tom Sandoval added, "I'm obsessed with it. I love it so much and so, now, I'm officially part of the company." Revealing he's bringing the product to CVS stores nationwide, the "Vanderpump Rules" star ended his announcement saying, "Stay tuned! I'll let you know when that's coming. I'm just really excited!"

As The Blast reported, Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute were axed from the network after their former co-star Faith Stowers recalled an event where they racially profiled her.

Will 'Vanderpump Rules' Be Back?


Speaking out about the incident, Stowers said the girls called the cops to report her for a crime she didn't commit because she looked like a black woman who was wanted for robbery. "Vanderpump Rules" fans were outraged and demand the network take action. After Bravo fired the duo, as well as Max and Brett for past racial tweets, viewers set their sights on Jax Taylor, Brittany Cartwright, and Lala Kent. As of this post, the network has yet to address if anyone else is on the chopping block, leaving many to wonder if season nine will even happen.

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