Infidelity is bad for business.
Tom Sandoval’s cover band “Tom Sandoval & The Most Extras” is struggling to fill seats amid the backlash to his explosive relationship with co-star Raquel Leviss.
After the band had sold only half of the auditorium just hours before show time, they were forced to offer a 2-for-1 ticket deal for their upcoming concert in Long Island, NY.
“See Tom Sandoval & The Most Extras on May 4,” according to an email sent by the theater on Tuesday. “Bring a friend to us with our 2 for 1 ticket.”
While tickets currently range from $42 to $70, it looks like fans of “Vanderpump Rules” can get the steal of the century and the ability to boo Sandoval in person.
The reality TV star’s relationship came to light when, during one of his performances in early March, he found NSFW texts and videos from Leviss on the phone of then-girlfriend Ariana Madix.
According to Sandoval, his phone fell out of his pocket during his performance, and Madix, who had been dating for nearly a decade as a wannabe rocker, took the phone and put it in his pocket.
Madix later confronted both Leviss and Sandoval about the incident, which made headlines less than 48 hours later.
A few days later, many Bravo fans expressed their feelings at one of their concerts in Los Angeles.
“Have you ever been one of the most hated people in America?” He asked the 40-year-old audience, according to Us Weekly.
Some people started yelling “Ariana” while other concert goers started shouting “Scammer!”
Fast-forward a few months, and hostility has only increased as new details about the months-long game mood in the ongoing “VPR” season.
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During the Season 10 finale trailer released earlier this week, Madix was seen teasing Sandoval about his relationship with the former beauty pageant queen, whom he calls a “really good friend.”
“I don’t give a damn about Raquel!” Madix screamed. “Your friendship is like a piece of shit!”
In another clip, Leviss seemed to take a looser approach to the Scandoval scandal.
“It turned out so horribly wrong,” he said with a chuckle.
“The Vanderpump Rules” airs Wednesdays at 9PM ET on Bravo.