Although he’s somewhat biased, Andy Cohen says “Vanderpump Rules” fans will be shocked as Bravo continues to drop new episodes of Season 10.
While en route to Los Angeles from New York City to film Thursday’s highly anticipated reunion, Cohen told his Instagram followers he was “doing [his] homework on the plane,” which included watching the rest of the unaired season from his laptop.
Atop a screenshot of cast member Ariana Madix looking heated, the network honcho added, “My mouth is on the FLOOR.”
Cohen’s next IG Story slide showed a scene with Madix, her then-boyfriend, Tom Sandoval, and his then-secret mistress, Raquel Leviss.
“I will say without hyperbole that the second half of the season is some of the best TV I’ve seen on Bravo,” the media personality, 54, insisted.
He made sure to note that he was “speaking as a fan,” given that he has “nothing to do with this show besides hosting the reunion.”
Earlier this week, Cohen assured viewers that “the foreshadowing” of “Scandoval” would continue to play out in the coming weeks, explaining, “Things that read one way when the show was shot read completely differently now.”
Though Sandoval and Leviss’ full-on affair was going on while cameras were rolling, the duo kept their dalliance hidden. Instead, the former beauty pageant queen’s storyline focused on her makeout sessions with Sandoval’s best friend and business partner, Tom Schwartz.
However, earlier this month, Madix found a sexually explicit video of Leviss on Sandoval’s phone, which led to the discovery that the two had been “communicating inappropriately for months.”
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“Heartbroken” and “blindsided,” Madix, 37, immediately ended her nearly 10-year relationship with the bar owner, 40.
The news rocked the Bravoverse and beyond, as cameras quickly picked back up to capture the fallout.
However, Cohen maintains that producers did not go back and edit the existing footage in light of the scandal.
Leviss, 28, announced Wednesday morning that she would be “attending the reunion … in person,” despite having obtained a temporary restraining order against co-star Scheana Shay, who will also be appearing in the flesh.
Leviss claimed Shay, 37, punched her in the face during a “heated confrontation” about the affair, but the “Good as Gold” singer’s attorney told Page Six the alleged punch “never” happened.