Things may have gotten a little too heated on Season 7 of Vanderpump Rules. The cast of Lisa Vanderpump’s spin-off experienced some intense drama this season, sparking rumors that this could be the final season of Bravo’s hit show.
A source claims that all the drama Vanderpump experienced on the upcoming season of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills spilled over to her other show.
In fact, the insider says that things got so bad that the entire cast of Vanderpump Rules is divided and arguing with each other.
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“The drama from RHOBH this season is really dragging over to Vanderpump Rules, as the cast there is really divided and not getting along,” the source dished.
According to Hollywood Life, the source explained how Stassi Schroeder, Brittany Cartwright and Kate Maloney have been spreading rumors behind Scheana Marie’s back. They also cannot stand how Marie is always looking to steal the spotlight.
Going up against all three of her co-stars made for a rough season for Marie, who felt isolated and bullied all year long. To make things worse, Marie was spending a lot of time with Rob, whom she is no longer dating.
Marie, of course, is not the only cast member who had a difficult season. Billie Lee reportedly got into a huge fight with Vanderpump. Although she ended up apologizing for it later, she had to go to Vanderpump’s mansion to say she was sorry.
Even still, Lee’s co-stars had a hard time forgiving her, which only created more tension at the restaurant.
Although the cast of Vanderpump Rules faced a lot of internal drama, Vanderpump cannot wait for Season 7 to premiere. The insider claims that producers love how much drama the cast created this season and hope that it results in higher ratings.
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Vanderpump has not addressed the rumors surrounding the future of her show. The series has been a popular one for Bravo and has been on the air since 2013.
Season 7 of Vanderpump Rules premieres Dec. 3 on Bravo.