Home » Stassi Schroeder Confirms She Will be Giving Her First Interview to Tamron Hall After Being FIRED From Vanderpump Rules
Nearly two months after being fired from the hit Bravo reality series Vanderpump Rules, Stassi Schroeder has landed her first post-firing interview with Tamron Hall. The 32-year-old reality star was revealed as one of the premiere week guests for Tamron Hall’s second season, which debuts September 14.
Schroeder will appear on the Thursday, September 17 episode of Tamron Hall, according to the show’s official website.
‘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,‘ read the press release.
‘She will discuss how the incident and recently announced pregnancy have reshaped her perspective on work and life,’ the release added.
It’s possible that she could also discuss new projects she has in the works, since a report from August revealed she’s in talks for a collaboration with Evolution Media. Although, Schroeder does have six months left on her Bravo contract, which would prohibit her from joining another show until it expires.
The blonde reality star also has offers to be an influencer for various online brands, according to the TMZ report. Despite this report, no official collaboration between Schroeder and any online brand has been confirmed quite yet.
Schroeder was fired from Vanderpump Rules along with Kristen Doute, when it was revealed that they filed a false police report against former Vanderpump Rules co-star Faith Stowers, the only Black woman to appear on the hit reality show. Schroeder and Doute told police that Stowers fit the description of a Black woman who was robbing men in Los Angeles, and Schroeder and Doute even admitted to calling the cops on Stowers.
Schroeder started working at Lisa Vanderpump’s restaurants Sur and Blanca Villa in 2010, and she has been on Vanderpump Rules since it debuted in 2013.
Hall will kick off her second season on Monday, September 14 with an exclusive interview with Andrew Gillum, a former rising star in the Democratic party who nearly became the first Black governor of Florida in 2018.
Her premiere week continues on Tuesday, September 15 with Samuel L. Jackson and his wife LaTanya Richardson, discussing their new Epix docu-series Enslaved.
She will also have DJ Jazzy Jeff and Naomi Campbell on the show Wednesday, September 16, to celebrate her 50th birthday, with premiere week closing on Friday, September 18 with singer/songwriter Melissa Etheridge.