After Pump Rules editor Bri Dellinger revealed on the Twisted Plot Podcast that the network favors the couple over other stars of the show and does their best to make sure they’re in every episode, a report has shared the cast’s response to the drama as Scheana Marie, who Bri admitted to targeting with bad edits, “liked” a post on Twitter that called for Bri’s demotion.
“The cast is upset about Stassi and Beau getting ‘special hero edits,’” an insider told Page Six on May 12. “They knew she did, but this confirmed it. You’ve seen her promoting her book, celebrating her engagement and even a scene at Beau’s casting job office.”
According to the source, Stassi and Beau are never portrayed in a negative light on the show while the rest of the cast doesn’t have that luxury.
“They’re never meant to look bad while the rest of the cast shares their entire lives — the good, bad and the ugly,” the insider added.
For the time being, the Pump Rules cast reportedly wants Bravo to take action.
“This situation has forced many of the cast members to reassess what their futures on ‘Vanderpump Rules’ might look like,” an insider told Page Six. “Bri made it clear that Bravo is only interested in the Stassi and Beau show, which is fine, but that’s not the same show that Tom, Jax, Katie, Kristen and Scheana signed up for. They’re all hoping to get some guidance from Bravo sooner than later and simply firing the editor who blew the whistle on these issues will not suffice.”
Following the release of the Twisted Plot Podcast, Scheana “liked” a number of tweets from fans who suggested Bri should be fired or demoted due to her comments about Scheana and the rest of the cast.
“We all knew as soon as we saw it that editing had done [Scheana] dirty but to hear a woman say she purposely set up an interview to make Scheana look creepy is absolutely disgusting. And then she refers to herself as a feminist! Truly hope Bravo has already fired her,” read one of Scheana’s “liked” posts.
We all knew as soon as we saw it that editing had done @scheana dirty but to hear a woman say she purposely set up an interview to make Scheana look creepy is absolutely disgusting. And then she refers to herself as a feminist! Truly hope Bravo has already fired her. #pumprules
— ti watches tv (@TiWatchesTV) May 12, 2020
“A vindictive woman who is pouting over a never-existing friendship, IS NOT someone who you’d WANT To be friends with ANYWAY! Ugh! I hope Bri gets demoted!” another message read.
— Tera Borden (@TeraNKOTBLuvr) May 12, 2020
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