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Andy Cohen And Lisa Vanderpump Give An Update On The Future Of Vanderpump Rules!

Andy Cohen and Lisa Vanderpump are sharing details about the future status of Vanderpump Rules. If you recall, the Bravo has been put on hold over a year ago at the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

"I would say that as L.A. opens up more and more that you'll start to see cameras at SUR I would think," Cohen told E! News.

In a separate interview, Cohen shared more details about the status of the series following the controversial firings of Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute, Max Boyens, and Brett Caprioni over their past racially insensitive comments and the departures of Beau Clark, Jax Taylor, and Brittany Cartwright. 

"I think that we’re all figuring it out at the same time. And I think that people love watching outspoken, funny, shocking people on television. That’s been the backbone of Bravo, the people who are in it. Sometimes you love ’em and sometimes you love to hate ’em," he told Variety. "I think just as the line is always kind of moving in the world, we’re all testing the line and pushing the line. I will say I’m especially proud that we were able on the “Housewives” of Dallas to watch Brandi figuring out what she did, and talking it out with the first Asian Housewife. I thought that was really effective. And more effective than saying, “Well, you’re gone.” So I thought that was really interesting."

Also, Lisa Vanderpump, who also serves as executive producer along with her husband Ken Todd, also opened up about the future status of Pump Rules. 

While appearing virtually on Watch What Happens Live last week, the mother-of-two spoke to host Andy Cohen about resuming production on the Bravo series.

After Vanderpump and Cohen went back and forth with each other about who knew more about the status of the show, Vanderpump said, "Everyone asks me ... Listen, we're heading towards the right direction."

"But I think Bravo's got to announce when they're ready to do that again," the former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star added, according to PEOPLE. "It's a story that keeps playing out. But yeah, we're getting there."

LVP noted that her restaurants SUR and PUMP are currently open for business, even without the series currently filming.


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