Tom Sandoval appears on Howie Mandel’s podcast without official Bravo approval

Tom Sandoval appeared on Howie Mandel’s podcast without official approval from Bravo, but it does not mean he will be fired from “Vanderpump Rules” as other cast members have also done non-approved interviews. Sandoval revealed details of his affair with Raquel Leviss, claiming he had broken up with Ariana Madix two weeks prior, and that Madix turned a “blind eye” to the romance. Sandoval and Leviss are now taking a break from their sexual relationship.

Bravo did not officially approve Tom Sandoval’s appearance on Howie Mandel’s podcast, but there have been no conversations of him being fired for doing an unauthorized interview.

Reality TV star, Tom Sandoval, has caused controversy by appearing on Howie Mandel’s podcast without the approval of his network, Bravo. Sandoval informed the network about his appearance, but was not given the green light. However, it has been reported that his job is not at risk, despite claims to the contrary in the press. According to an insider, other members of the cast have given non-approved interviews, and firing Sandoval would mean that the entire cast would be dismissed.

On the “Howie Mandel Does Stuff” podcast, Sandoval revealed private details of his affair with Raquel Leviss. He claimed that he had ended his relationship with Ariana Madix two weeks prior to going public about the affair, however Madix was reportedly in “denial” and turning a “blind eye” to his budding romance with Leviss.

Sandoval disclosed a number of bombshells about his time with Leviss, including the details of their “magnetic” first kiss. However, he also stated that the pair were taking a “break” at the moment and were not putting a label on their relationship. The interview reportedly shocked both producers and fans.

Whilst initially it was reported that Sandoval could lose his job, a source has since confirmed that there has been no discussion about firing him over the unapproved interview. It was suggested that the network was simply “annoyed” with his appearance on the podcast. As the “Vanderpump Rules” cast regularly gives non-approved interviews, it is believed that punishment would be unfair.

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