Jax Taylor Confirms Role on New Reality Show ‘House of Villains’ as Danielle Staub and Farrah Abraham Also Reportedly Join Series, See Rumored Cast

by Lindsay Cronin
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Vanderpump Rules' Jax Taylor Confirms Role on E!'s House of Villains as Danielle Staub, Farrah Abraham, and Heidi Montag Also Join Cast

Jax Taylor is finally making his highly-anticipated return to television.

After teasing the possibility for the past couple of years, the Vanderpump Rules alum responded to swirling rumors on Instagram, confirming that he will be a part of the cast of E!’s new reality show, House of Villains.

“The following reality star villains are confirmed to be filming House of Villains which will be airing on E!” the MTV Challenge Insider shared on Instagram on February 10. “Anna Delvey is the rumored host!”

Omarosa [of Celebrity Apprentice], Farrah Abraham [of Teen Mom], and Heidi Montag [of The Hills] are rumored to be a part of the cast,” they added.

Shortly after the report was shared on Instagram, Jax, who exited Pump Rules in December 2020 after eight seasons, responded to a fan who asked him, “Is this true!?!?!?” They also shared a screenshot of the report.

“Sure is…” Jax replied, as seen in a post shared by Bravo Breaking News on Instagram.

Vanderpump Rules Jax Taylor Confirms Role on E!'s House of Villians

Although Jax’s wife, Brittany Cartwright, is not expected to be featured in the upcoming series, he will be joined by fellow former Bravolebrity Danielle Staub, who starred on The Real Housewives of New Jersey in a full-time role for the show’s first two seasons and as a friend on seasons eight, nine, and 10.

“Ex-New Jersey housewife Danielle Staub is set to return to reality TV starring on House of Villains a new big brother style show starring reality TV villains on E!” The Real Housewives Zone shared with their fans and followers on Instagram on February 11.

The fan page also shared news on other members of the show, who include Rachel Reilly from Big Brother, Jon Dalton (Jonny Fairplay) from Survivor, Abhishek “Shake” Chatterjee from Love is Blind, Anfisa Arkhipchenko from 90 Day Fiancé, Corinne Olympios from The Bachelor, John “Johnny Bananas” Devenanzio from The Real World and The Challenge, Tanisha Thomas from Bad Girls Club, Tiffany Pollard from Flavor of Love, and Bobby Lytes from Love & Hip Hop: Miami.

Just last month, while speaking to his fans and followers on Instagram, Jax said that when it came to his possible television return, he was absolutely “coming back.”

According to The Real Housewives Zone, House of Villains is currently in production.