Andy Cohen Says Stassi Schroeder And Jax Taylor Were ‘Pummeled’ At ‘Vanderpump Rules’ Reunion

Two people who probably won’t like watching the Vanderpump Rules Season 3 reunion show are Stassi Schroeder and Jax Taylor. In the latest “Ask Andy” segment posted on Bravo.com on Friday, Andy Cohen admitted that both Stassi and Jax took a beating (verbally, not physically) from their co-stars at the reunion, which filmed last weekend.

The person who got it worst was Stassi. Andy even admitted that he almost felt bad for Stassi.

“Well Stassi and Jax almost didn’t survive, SURvive, because they were both kind of pummeled by everybody… Maybe I ganged up on Jax the most… but they all ganged up on Stassi. I almost felt bad for her.”

As the reunion filmed, Jax tweeted his thoughts. He wasn’t shy about letting everyone know that the reunion was vicious.

After the reunion wrapped up, everyone except for Jax Taylor, Stassi Schroeder, and Kristen Doute went to PUMP for some post-reunion drinks and food.

One person who likely went after Stassi at the Vanderpump Rules reunion is Scheana Marie. A preview of the next episode shows Stassi, who wasn’t invited to Scheana’s wedding to Mike Shay, laughing when shown a photo of Scheana’s crop top wedding dress. Stassi declares that the dress looks like something from a “skanky girl’s quinceanera.”

As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Lisa Vanderpump seemingly chastised Stassi for being so nasty. Lisa tweeted that anybody who said one negative thing about Scheana’s perfect wedding day and gorgeous dress was obviously jealous.

In a Q&A with Answers.com about three weeks ago, Stassi Schroeder addressed her critics. She admitted that she plays a bit of a role on Vanderpump Rules.

“Honestly, what I would say to the Stassi-haters is this. I would first ask what it is about me that really bothers them. A lot of people say ‘oh you think you are better than everyone and look down on everyone.’ That is false, I only look down on people who do s***ty things. Other people say it’s my bossiness and supposed entitlement. And to that I would say that 70 [percent] of what comes out of my mouth (especially in interviews) is sarcasm… I have a dry sense of humor that comes off as a bit outrageous and nutty. Everyone that knows me understands that I don’t actually mean that stuff. I just think it’s funny to do ‘queen bee schtick.'”

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