Scheana Shay and Brock Davies brought someone special to the Vanderpump Rules season 10 premiere party on Tuesday.
While walking the red carpet at the event, Scheana confirmed her and Brock’s neighbor traveled with them to the event as Lala Kent‘s date. She then addressed Brandi Glanville‘s early exit from the Real Housewives: Ultimate Girls Trip season four trip to Morocco, and she gave her thoughts on welcoming another child as her husband explained why he wasn’t seen on the premiere episode.
“I did pick up [Lala’s] man to come to this party tonight so he’s here somewhere — not a new boyfriend, just a man here with her tonight,” Scheana shared with E! News on February 7 as Lala confirmed she’s “single” and “definitely mingling.”
“We’re neighbors so we carpooled. I like him. So we’ll see how much potential he really has but for now it’s fun and we like him,” she continued.
Scheana was then asked if she was shocked to hear that Brandi, formerly of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, was accused of inappropriately touching former Real Housewives of New Jersey cast member Caroline amid filming on RHUGT.
“Shocked? No. Nothing shocks me with her,” Scheana replied.
According to Scheana, she was “a little bit” relieved that she wasn’t a part of the majority of the season 10 drama of Pump Rules, noting that she’s excited for her Mexico wedding to be seen on the show and confirming she “didn’t see” Tom Schwartz‘s controversial makeout with Raquel Leviss, which took place amid the cast’s trip south of the border.
“The wedding was the wedding of my dreams. I know I probably said that the first time around but this was epic. I couldn’t have asked for a more perfect day,” she noted.
Although Scheana did her best to stay out of some cast issues, she was the relayer of a false rumor allegedly spread by Katie Maloney in regard to Ariana Madix and Tom Sandoval‘s supposed “open relationship.”
“I mean, I know for a fact that’s not true but when I heard that that’s what someone was saying, I obviously had to tell them because they’re my best friends,” Scheana explained, adding that she’s also close with Raquel, Schwartz, and James Kennedy.
“[And] Lala and I have such a different bond now, having babies the same age. We’re best friends, our moms are best friends, our babies are best friends,” she gushed.
Then, in regard to potentially expanding her family, Scheana said she wouldn’t be adding more kids to her brood “anytime soon.”
During another interview, with Us Weekly, Brock explained why he was absent on the first episode of season 10.
“[We] were just figuring out our scheduling,” he shared.
“[He was] home with the baby too,” Scheana added. “We have my mom [help us babysit], but we try to just keep it us as much as possible. So I’m like, ‘Cool. I just look like the mom going out by herself all the time.’ But it’s, like, we also have a job to do … So in the beginning, we were still trying to find our footing with, ‘Are we both going out to all these events?’ And he’s like, ‘Just you go, you know, it’s like the first week of filming, do your thing.’”
Looking back at their big day, which took place last August, Brock said he “cried” throughout the event.
“I composed myself after, like, the first look, I was like,’ We’re good, we’re good.’ And then we walked outside and saw a rainbow and I was like, ‘What the hell?’” he recalled as Scheana said it was “perfect timing.”
“Money cannot buy that. … The wedding started 25 minutes late. We would’ve missed the rainbow if it started on time,” she shared.
Also during the interview, Scheana addressed the drama between Katie and Schwartz.
“I think ideally whenever you get divorced or go through a breakup, personally, I think you need time apart to heal. But if you can come back together and be friends, that’s the best,” Scheana said. “I’m now in a place where I’m friends with all of my exes, but it took years to get there. And especially with them, it’s so tricky because they’re still working together. With me, I was able to move to Vegas or not have my person on the show. So with them, I think it’s just finding their footing but also respecting that each other is moving on and kind of figuring out that new norm.”
Vanderpump Rules season 10 airs Wednesdays at 9/8c on Bravo.