Season 7 of Bravo’s hit reality series Vanderpump Rules has officially concluded, with part three of the reunion wrapping things up on Monday night. Viewers of the show have called Season 7 one of the most uneventful since the show debuted in 2013. Fortunately for those fans looking for more drama, it looks like Season 8 has just started filming — a bit of news which appears to have been confirmed by star Jax Taylor.
Another season has not been confirmed by Bravo at this time, but a recent tweet from Jax hints that production is already underway. The new post from the 39-year-old was a simple tweet, one saying that he and the cast were back. Jax added a camera emoji at the end of the tweet, and he also plugged the show in a hashtag.
Many viewers were wondering if Jax and his fiancée, Brittany Cartwright, would be getting a spinoff series for their upcoming June wedding. However, it looks like the alleged filming is for Vanderpump Rules and not a wedding special, based solely on Jax’s hashtag.
Jax and Brittany will tie the knot on June 29, and it looks like Bravo cameras will be there to catch the whole thing. The happy couple’s ceremony will be the third wedding on Vanderpump Rules, following the nuptials of Scheana Marie and Mike Shay, as well as those of Katie Maloney and Tom Schwartz.
Much of Jax and Brittany’s wedding excitement was captured in Season 7, with their proposal taking place in Episode 1. The finale also closed out with their epic engagement party, and their wedding will likely kick off Season 8. Fans are hoping to get a glimpse of the couple’s bachelor and bachelorette parties, as well. Jax and Brittany have already celebrated their respective parties, but are expected to have more bashes in the upcoming weeks.
At this time, no other cast members have confirmed filming. No cast members have noted that they would be back for Season 8, either. Storylines that could take place when the next season plays out include a possible engagement between Beau Clark and Stassi Schroeder, pregnancy news for any of the ladies, and Raquel Leviss starting her new job at SUR Lounge.
Lala Kent has also revealed that her wedding will take place in April of 2020, at which time she will tie the knot with producer Randall Emmett. A topic of discussion on the Season 7 reunion was Randall’s absence from the show, with some of the cast urging Lala to bring him around during filming. Whether Randall will make any appearances on Vanderpump Rules Season 8 remains to be seen, especially with wedding festivities for the couple likely to start taking place in the near future.