Bravo’s “Vanderpump Rules” Season 11 is currently filming it’s last days and it looks like one of the main stars aren’t happy with production!!
There’s rumors floating around that Ariana Madix stormed off set because production attempted make her have conversation scenes with Tom Sandoval.
“A source reveals things became heated enough for Ariana Madix to storm off the set. Ariana is happily in a new relationship with fitness Instagram influencer Daniel Wai but made it clear she wasn’t ready or willing to film with ex-Tom Sandoval. Per ScreenRant
We don’t know how true this news it but it was revealed that Ariana & Tom still share the same house and she avoids him as much as she can!
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“Vanderpump Rules” is produced by Evolution Media with Alex Baskin, Jen McClure-Metz, Joe Kingsley, Jeremiah Smith, Natalie Neurauter, Lisa Vanderpump, and Ken Todd serving as executive producers.
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