The “Vanderpump Rules” cast may make out with each other, break up with each other and cheat on each other, but they’ll always make up quickly in the end for Bravo.
“I think a lot of that has to do with the situation that we’re in,” Tom Sandoval told Page Six. “Normally when you have a falling out with friends you usually come back around — maybe you don’t — but a lot of times there’s a distance … but with us, we’re in a situation where we’re around each other. We’re involved in each other’s lives.”
Lisa Vanderpump‘s “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” spinoff began in 2013 and is currently on its seventh season. The cast had known each other for years prior to filming, but they weren’t always so keen on clearing the air between them.
Sandoval, 35, explained that “after a while, it becomes exhausting to hang on to animosity” when people who aren’t getting along are forced to spend time together for the show, and it makes it uncomfortable for the group who has to deal with the fighting.
Tom Schwartz added that he’s even quick to resolve his differences with SUR’s latest troublemaker, James Kennedy, for the sake of the season. Most recently, Kennedy, 26, body-shamed Schwartz’s wife Katie Maloney on-screen during the show’s last episode.
“I feel like we’re constantly evolving and then devolving and then trying to evolve again and then evolving even further. Really,” Schwartz, 36, told us. “The waters run deep with this group. We have so much history together, so much love — sometimes hate — but almost always love prevails.”
But Sandoval has a bit of a different sentiment when it comes to Kennedy, who joined the show full-time in its fourth season.
“We both are entitled to our opinions,” Sandoval added. “They come from different places … you’ve got to respect the other person’s opinion and their situation. Obviously, I know that it’s not easy. It’s definitely not easy when you got my business partner’s wife and James, a friend of mine, that aren’t getting along. It puts a strain on things for sure. But I think if everything was easier, I don’t think our show would be that popular.”
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