Since its debut in 2013, Bravo’s “Vanderpump Rules” has become a cultural phenomenon, with fans tuning in each week to follow the drama-filled lives of the staff at Lisa Vanderpump’s restaurant SUR. While the show has undergone many changes over the years, with new cast members joining and old ones leaving, some fans can’t help but wonder: what happened to the stars who left the show?
One such star is Laura-Leigh, who appeared in the first season of the show. The actress and model left the show after just one season, but has continued to work in Hollywood, with appearances in films like “We’re the Millers” and “The Client List.” She has also become a successful voiceover artist, lending her voice to popular video games like “GTA V” and “Far Cry 4.”
Another former “Vanderpump Rules” star who has found success outside of the show is Vail Bloom. The actress appeared in season 3 of the show, but left after just one season. Since then, she has continued to act, with appearances in shows like “Criminal Minds” and “The Young and the Restless.” She has also become a mother, welcoming a son in 2018.
Faith Stowers is another former “Vanderpump Rules” star who has made headlines since leaving the show. The reality star appeared in season 4 and 6 of the show, but left after being targeted by other cast members. Since then, she has become an advocate for social justice, speaking out about racial inequality and police brutality.
Other former “Vanderpump Rules” stars include Billie Lee, who left the show after season 7 to focus on her activism work, and James Kennedy, who was fired from the show in 2020 after a series of controversial comments.
While their time on the show may have been brief, these former “Vanderpump Rules” stars have gone on to achieve success in their own right. Whether it’s through their work in Hollywood or their activism, they have shown that life after reality TV can be just as fulfilling.