Stassi Schroeder has a “Mean Girls”-like message for “Vanderpump Rules” newcomer Billie Lee: “You don’t even go here!”
The 30-year-old reality star quoted the film on SiriusXM’s “The Jenny McCarthy Show” when asked how she feels about new cast members starting drama in order to stand out on the Bravo show.
“I don’t actually feel that bad for new people, because I wish they would just leave,” Schroeder admitted, before contemplating that it “must suck” to try to break into an established group of friends.
She continued, “They come in and they think they’re about to be a star, and it’s, like, ‘You have no idea what’s coming for you.’”
When Jenny McCarthy asked if Schroeder was referring to one particular person, Schroeder named Lee, saying “the things she tries to fight about is ridiculous.”
“‘You don’t even go here’ — that’s what it feels like,” she added, referencing an iconic “Mean Girls” line. “If she was actually nice and kind and friendly to us, I think she would [fit in], but to just expect to be invited to every little thing we do, when we don’t know you, and pitch a fit when you’re not … acting like we’ve been friends for years? You just met us, so, no, you’re not coming to my little four-girl wine night.”
On “Vanderpump Rules,” Lee — who is transgender—accused her co-stars, including Schroeder, of leaving her out of a theme party at SUR because of her gender identity.
“When yo coworkers don’t include the only trans girl in GIRLS night at your own job! On the night you work!” Lee, 35, tweeted in July, adding the hashtags “#RudeAF” and “#TransIsBeautiful.”
Schroeder said newbies should “earn” a spot on the show, pointing out that breakout star Lala Kent worked for hers. She added that she and the original cast members didn’t feel the need to prove themselves, and that she went into Season 1 thinking, “I’ve got this in the bag. I’m Blair Waldorf and everyone’s going to have to deal with it.”
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