Jax Taylor And Brittany Cartwright Address The Possibility Of Quitting ‘Vanderpump Rules’

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Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright have been featured on Vanderpump Rules for the past several years, but will they soon be walking away?

While appearing on the January 21 episode of E!’s The Daily Pop, Taylor and Cartwright were asked for their thoughts about quitting the series as they prepare to start a family. Right away, Cartwright made it clear that the Bravo reality show simply wouldn’t be the same without her husband.

“I don’t think there could be [a ‘Vanderpump Rules’ without Jax Taylor],” Cartwright admitted, according to a clip shared on YouTube.

As for Taylor, he told the hosts that when it came to leaving the show, he wasn’t yet ready. Instead, he was finally enjoying his time on the series after going through years of relationship turmoil with Cartwright, his ex-girlfriend Stassi Schroeder, and a bevy of other women he dated and hooked up with over the past several years.

“It’s going really good right now. So, we’re just going with it. I’m having a good time with it right now. Until I like, absolutely hate it, then I would bow out but it’s fun right now,” he explained.

As Cartwright began by stating that she and Taylor were very fortunate and lucky to be a part of the Bravo franchise, she also noted that being on a reality series can certainly be stressful at times, and Taylor quickly agreed.

As fans of Vanderpump Rules have seen during recent seasons, Taylor and Cartwright have dealt with ups and downs, not only in their romantic relationship but also in relationships with their many friends on the series. Most recently, Taylor’s falling out with Tom Sandoval was at the forefront of the show as the two men butted heads over the planning of Taylor’s bachelor party.

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Taylor’s comments regarding a potential exit from Vanderpump Rules come just days after he told a user on Twitter that he anticipated the show would be around “forever.” As The Inquisitr reported last week, Taylor made the comment after one of his online audience members suggested he get a job to ensure he will remain financially stable once the show comes to an end.

“We aren’t going anywhere for awhile. Don’t be a hater you look foolish,” Taylor told the person.

Vanderpump Rules began airing in January 2013 as a spinoff of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and is based out of Lisa Vanderpump’s West Hollywood restaurant, SUR.