Vanderpump Rules' Jax Taylor Confirms He's Filming Villain's House

Former Vanderpump Rules star Jax Taylor is finally returning to TV with the cast of a new reality show.

Jax Taylor, the controversial former star of Vanderpump Rules, has revealed that he will once again appear on TV screens as a cast member of E!'s new reality show, House of Villains. Jax first appeared in Vanderpump Rules season 1, where he became a well-known antagonist of the cast, regularly cheating on girlfriends, lying about events, and sparking fights among the friend group. Viewers then watched Jax marry Kentucky native Brittany Cartwright during the filming of season 8 of Vanderpump Rules. This will be his last major storyline, as Jax was fired following the season reunion.

Since Jax Taylor was fired in 2020, Jax has often made fun of his ongoing projects. Following the recent premiere of season 10 of Vanderpump Rules, Jax has confirmed his first project, which will see him return to the world of reality TV. In a recent online exchange between fans, Jax was asked point-blank if the rumors about his appearance on the upcoming reality show House of Villains were true. Jax replied curtly, "Of course."

To further corroborate this, multiple fans voiced their approval for his upcoming show, and Jax responded with emojis suggesting that he too was eager and excited. final confirmation can Just find it in his bio, which now includes the hashtag "#houseofvillians".

Vanderpump Rules Fans Predict How Jax Will Do On House Of Villains

While he's already had a falling out with several Vanderpump Rules cast members, this new character surrounded by fellow villains may find Jax bonding with several like-minded reality TV stars. While E! has yet to release an official cast list, Jax simply replied to two potential co-stars with laughing emojis in response to @MakeupByMoon, writing: "I'll call it @johnnybananas and @mrjaxtaylor r gonna Be good friends and Jax would lose his s*** with that 'DJ' guy from love is blind." Jax's last statement hinting that filming is currently underway, as he said, "It's my Craziest thing in my life, but so much fun."

Jax was rightfully fired from his role on Bravo reality show immediately after a racist incident involving former Vanderpump Rules co-star Faith Stowers. Before that, his oft-criticized on-air antics certainly earned him the title of villain during his eight long seasons on Vanderpump Rules. So Jax may have just found his perfect role. House of Villains premise It's unclear, but when the house is filled with polarizing personalities, and you add unlimited booze and cameras -- both staples of reality TV -- it's likely to be entertaining, maybe even Be crazy and watch the inevitable conflict happen every week.

The 10th season of Vanderpump Rules recently premiered on a high note, with growing rifts and accusations between former couples Lala Kent and Randall Emmett, Katie Maloney and Tom Schwartz, and Raquel Leviss and James Kennedy. While he may never star in Vanderpump Rules full-time again, Jax still maintains social relationships with most of the current cast members, so those friendships could open the door for future cameos, and maybe even returning friends. However, while the villains are fun to watch, racist behavior is unacceptable, so Jax needs to show tremendous growth in order to be welcomed back into the long-running Bravo series.

Vanderpump Rules airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. EDT Bravo.

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