Stassi Schroeder Rejects Bravo’s Offer to Appear in “The Valley” Vanderpump Rules Spinoff

LOS ANGELES, CA – Stassi Schroeder has announced that she will not be appearing in the upcoming “Vanderpump Rules” spinoff, “The Valley.” She revealed during an interview on SiriusXM radio that she turned down Bravo’s offer to be a part of the new show.

Schroeder explained that she made the decision because the new cast members are not her close friends. She described them as acquaintances and stated that they are not a part of her usual social circle. She emphasized that “The Valley” would not accurately reflect her reality.

When asked why she felt so strongly about not appearing on Bravo again, Schroeder cited multiple reasons. She mentioned that she didn’t want to disrupt her current life, as she is content with where she is. Schroeder expressed her satisfaction with her existing group of friends and didn’t want to have to do things that she normally wouldn’t do.

Schroeder, who was one of the original cast members of “Vanderpump Rules” when it premiered in 2013, was fired from the show in 2020 along with Kristen Doute. The two were dismissed after reporting their castmate, Faith Stowers, to law enforcement for a crime she did not commit.

In addition to her reality TV career, Schroeder is now a mother of two and hosts the “Straight Up With Stassi” podcast. She got married to Beau Clark in 2020.

“The Valley,” a spinoff of “Vanderpump Rules,” was recently announced by Bravo. The show will follow a group of friends as they navigate life in the Valley, dealing with their businesses, relationships, and friendships. It is set to premiere this spring and will feature Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright, Kristen Doute and Luke Broderick, Danny and Nia Booko, Jesse and Michelle Lally, and Jason and Janet Caperna.

Meanwhile, fans can look forward to the premiere of Season 11 of “Vanderpump Rules” on January 30.