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The Vanderpump Rules cast is about to say aloha to some serious drama in Hawaii.
After much anticipation, Lisa Vanderpump's staff at Sur are finally packing their bags for one unpredictable cast trip. Lucky for us, Scheana Marie somehow survived and managed to tease the rocky waters ahead.
"Ariana and I have a big disagreement unfortunately, but you have to keep watching before you get mad at me and call me a horrible best friend," she teased to E! News exclusively ahead of tonight's all-new episode. "It's frustrating when you don't get the whole story."
According to Scheana, James Kennedy also somehow "weasels his way in" to the trip while LaLa Kent manages to "stir up some s--t." As for whether or not Kristen Doute shows up, you have to watch what happens!
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Believe it or not, there really is some hope for this dramatic group. Although viewers witnessed Scheana and husband Mike Shay experience some difficulties earlier in the season, the pair is now stronger than ever.
"We are in the best place we've ever been in. He's not drinking anymore. He hasn't taken a pill in well over a year now," Scheana told E! News at GBK and Pilot Pen's Golden Globes gifting lounge. "We're doing amazing. He's doing a lot of stuff with music, rapping, singing, DJing, producing, he's doing it all right now. It's exciting. He's doing really good."
And as it turns out, they aren't the only couple going strong at SUR. After Tom Schwartz delivered an impressive proposal, Scheana wouldn't be surprised if Jax Taylor is next to get down on one knee.
"He's like a different person. He still has his a--hole moments and I want to punch him in the face quite often but he has not cheated on [girlfriend Brittany Cartwright] and I know that for a fact. He is obsessed with her."
She continued, "They are head over heels in love with each other. They signed a lease together. They have a dog together so it's pretty serious."
Vanderpump Rules airs Monday nights at 9 p.m. only on Bravo.
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