Vanderpump Rules

Former Vanderpump Rules Star Faith Stowers Reportedly Shopping Reality Show Similar to the Hit Bravo Series!

With reports that Vanderpump Rules may or may not be canceled, is there a new show that is ready to replace it?

Well, according to Page Six, former VPR alum Faith Stowers may have something up her sleeve. After being ridiculed by her former costars for a crime she didn’t commit, and of course, being known for her hookup with Jax Taylor, Faith seems to want to turn her attention to creating shows vs. making headlines.

According to the gossip outlet, Faith “is shopping a “Vanderpump”-esque series centered around a black-owned business.” Faith reportedly “wants to use the opportunity to create more black-themed entertainment and help black entrepreneurs — kinda like a Black Lisa Vanderpump.” said an insider. “She’s been having meetings around town trying to make it happen.”

Vanderpump Rules hasn’t officially been canceled; however, at this time, there are no plans to film. Due to multiple factors including COVID and the firings of staple VPR stars, fans have wondered if the show is done for good. Networks, including Bravo, have been criticized for not showcasing enough diverse talent, so the show seems like a logical fit. Perhaps some fresh material in a new show is just what the network needs?

What do you think of the reports of Faith shopping a similar show? Would you watch it? Do you think VPR is over for good?

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Source: Page Six

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