Secret's Out! Jax Taylor Reveals 'Vanderpump Rules' Reunion Bombshell
The Vanderpump Rules reunion is still weeks away — but Jax Taylor just told all on how nasty the cast got for the season finale! Click through these 11 slides to get the latest on the SURvers.
Taylor appeared on Watch What Happens Live on March 6, and revealed that he was "surprised" by how the Vanderpump Rules turned out.
"I was in hysterics half the time," he told Andy Cohen.
"It was actually really funny," Cohen added. "There was actually some people coming together that were surprising. And there were also some bloodbaths sic."
"I couldn't believe some of that," Taylor said. "I was uncomfortable. And I don't ever get uncomfortable and I was like, 'this should not be happening right now.'"
"The last 20 minutes was —" Cohen began before Taylor cut him off to say "extremely uncomfortable." Cohen later added it was one of the top five things he was most uncomfortable around, and Taylor explained he told producers "this should not be happening" during his break.
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But, that wasn't the only secret revealed!
Stassi Schroeder's loveable brother will make an appearance to give some heartwarming advice.
Schroeder revealed on her own Watch What Happens Live appearance that the reunion was "intense" and she hasn't yet "processed what the reunion was."
But, she also said the cast all spent time together afterwards!
"We actually all went and had drinks," she explained. "First, we walked downtown some place. The rest of them went to PUMP."
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