Andy Cohen is promising “Vanderpump Rules” fans a “really confrontational” and “really emotional” Season 10 reunion post-Scandoval.
The Bravo exec gave his Instagram followers an update after they wrapped filming Thursday night.
“I got some new merch,” the “Watch What Happens Live” host, 54, said, referencing his white Something About Her pullover, promoting Ariana Madix and Katie Maloney’s future sandwich shop.
“[It will] to go along with my TomTom sweatshirt from Raquel [Leviss]. Check it out,” he joked.
Cohen was gifted a black sweater with Tom Sandoval and Tom Schwartz’s bar’s logo during Leviss’ March 1 “WWHL” appearance.
That same night, Madix found out Sandoval and Leviss had been having an affair for months when she saw a sexually explicit video on his phone.
By the time news of the betrayal broke two days later, Madix, 37, had dumped her boyfriend of almost ten years.
She wore a “half a revenge dress” to the reunion, according to Lisa Vanderpump.
When Cohen joked that even he felt “activated” by the secret ensemble, Madix predicted that Sandoval’s eyes would “bleed.”
The fallout of the former couple’s breakup was filmed for Season 10 of the series, with last week’s trailer showing a clip of Madix telling her “Fancy AF Cocktails” co-author “to die.”
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In her first Instagram post since the scandal made headlines, Madix wrote that “what doesn’t kill [her] better run.”
Madix did not respond to Sandoval and Leviss’ social media apologies — and when she was asked about the former pageant queen by a paparazzo on Tuesday, she quipped, “I don’t know who you’re talking about.”
Leviss, for her part, spoke about Madix while chatting with a reporter for four minutes outside of a nail salon Wednesday.
“I apologized to her over text, but she didn’t receive it very well,” Leviss said, clarifying that she and Sandoval were “taking a break” while getting through “these next few steps.”
The embattled co-stars were photographed outside of the reunion the following day, having a heart-to-heart in all-black outfits.
Leviss wrote via Instagram earlier this month that she and the former Sur bartender “don’t want to label anything or predict what lies ahead.”
Leviss added, “I need to take care of my health, work on self growth and take time to be ok with being alone.”
“Vanderpump Rules” airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.