Ex-“Vanderpump Rules” star Stassi Schroeder will be sitting down for her first post-firing interview with Tamron Hall.
“On Thursday, Sept. 17, in an exclusive interview, Stassi Schroeder speaks for the first time after being let go from the hit Bravo series “Vanderpump Rules” — a result of her racially insensitive actions that resurfaced this past June,” a press release for “Tamron Hall” reads. “She will discuss how the incident and recently announced pregnancy have reshaped her perspective on work and life.”
Schroeder, 32, was canned from the Bravo series when it came to light that she and co-star Kristen Doute called the cops on former castmate Faith Stowers, the only black star of the show, for a crime she did not commit.
It’s been a rollercoaster few months for Schroeder since her firing. Shortly after that news broke, she announced that she and fiancé Beau Clark were expecting a baby girl; the baby is due in January. (The couple had an October marriage scheduled, which was postponed because of the pandemic.)
More recently, TMZ reported that Schroeder is in talks with Evolution Media, the production company behind “Vanderpump Rules.” However, a source told Page Six that her own show was not on the table, as her contract keeps her locked in with Bravo for a few more months at least. But, they added, Schroeder was fielding offers from several brands; the star was dropped by shaving brand Billie and vitamin startup Ritual after her firing.
“She’s at a crossroads in her life and trying to figure out what the next few chapters of her life are going to look like,” the source said.