Written by: Sharron Lunt
In a shocking turn of events that had Vanderpump Rules fans clutching their pearls, we witnessed the scandalous affair between Tom Sandoval and Raquel Leviss. It was like a niche reality TV scandal that suddenly burst out into the mainstream, with major news outlets like the New York Times and CNN getting in on the juicy gossip. People were so desperate for that SUR tea that even normie friends started asking Vanderpump fans to explain all the scandalous details.
Now, here’s where things get really fishy, folks. Some conspiracy theorists out there are claiming that this whole affair was as fake as those spray tans. Can you believe it? They argue that the timing was just too perfect, with Vanderpump Rules’ ratings plummeting until this scandal brought them back from the dead, like a reality TV Lazarus. I mean, who wouldn’t stage a steamy affair for a ratings boost?
These online sleuths are on a mission to uncover the truth behind what they call the “Scandoval.” They’re like the Sherlock Holmes of reality TV, except instead of solving crimes, they’re unraveling the intricacies of staged relationships. They point to things like pre-existing filming permits and cast members promising explosive drama before the affair even went public. It’s like they had a script or something!
But wait, there’s more! Apparently, there’s evidence of a party where Tom openly groped Raquel. Talk about some hands-on acting! And then, like a well-rehearsed finale, Tom and Raquel conveniently broke up right around the time of the Vanderpump Rules Season 10 finale. Could this be the grand finale of their fabricated romance?
Of course, there are arguments against the whole staged affair theory. Like, who in their right mind would willingly face the wrath of social media and put their LA restaurants on the line just for some extra reality TV fame? And let’s not forget the Herculean task of fooling millions of viewers for three whole months. These reality stars aren’t exactly known for their acting skills, folks. Remember why they were working at a West Hollywood restaurant in the first place?
So, whether it was a meticulously orchestrated drama or a genuine affair, one thing’s for sure: Vanderpump Rules never fails to entertain us with its wild twists and turns. It’s like a soap opera mixed with a dash of Jerry Springer and served with a side of Bravo drama. Who needs scripted TV when reality gives us scandals like the Scandoval? Cheers to the absurdity of it all
Sandovals acting is as bad as his singing. Pure shit.