During the latest episode of Bravo’s hit reality show, Vanderpump Rules, fans were shocked to see star Raquel Leviss have an onscreen panic attack prior to a dramatic confrontation with co-star Tom Sandoval.
In the episode, which aired on Wednesday, March 15, Raquel, 28, confided in fellow cast members Lala Kent, Katie Maloney, and Kristina Kelly about her decision to end her engagement. As she shared her feelings, Raquel became increasingly emotional, eventually breaking down in tears and experiencing a full-blown panic attack.
“I beat myself up over everything,” Raquel said, tears streaming down her face. “I feel like I’m not good enough, like I’m not smart enough, like I’m not pretty enough. It’s like I can’t do anything right.”
The emotional moment was a stark reminder of the toll that reality TV can take on its stars, who are often expected to air their personal lives and struggles on camera for the world to see. For Raquel, the pressure of appearing on Vanderpump Rules has clearly taken a significant toll, with the star struggling to cope with the ups and downs of life in the spotlight.
Following her emotional outburst, Raquel took some time to compose herself before confronting Sandoval about his behavior towards her. The two engaged in a heated argument, with Sandoval accusing Raquel of being dishonest about her relationship and Raquel firing back with accusations of her own.
Despite the drama and tension, Raquel remained composed and level-headed throughout the confrontation, showing a resilience and strength that belied her earlier panic attack.
For fans of Vanderpump Rules, the emotional moment was a reminder of the challenges that come with appearing on reality TV. While the show can be entertaining and captivating for viewers, it can also take a significant toll on its stars, who are forced to navigate the highs and lows of their personal lives in front of the cameras.
As for Raquel, her emotional outburst was a powerful reminder that even the most seemingly confident and poised stars can struggle with their inner demons. By sharing her struggles with the world, Raquel has shown that vulnerability can be a strength, and that it’s okay to be honest and open about the challenges of life in the spotlight.