‘Vanderpump Rules’ star Tom Schwartz debuts platinum blond hair
Tom Schwartz is exploring the age-old question of whether blondes really do have more fun. The star of “Vanderpump Rules” has decided to switch up his signature brunette locks and opt for a more daring platinum blond hairstyle. He unveiled this dramatic transformation in a photo posted by a fan on Instagram over the weekend. According to the hashtags accompanying the post, the reality TV personality, dressed in all black, appeared to be enjoying a drink at the Mondrian hotel in Los Angeles when the picture was taken. Surprisingly, Schwartz, who is 40 years old, has not addressed his new look on his own social media platforms yet. This makeover comes during the filming of Season 11 of “Vanderpump Rules.” Schwartz proudly revealed his bleached hair in a photo alongside a fan on Instagram. Schwartz had previously confessed to feeling “terrified” about the cameras starting to roll again after the “Scandoval” incident. In an interview with Us Weekly in June, he explained that the group had been through a lot together and were known for their volatility. He also emphasized the strong bond and love that they shared. On a related note, cameras are currently rolling for Season 11 of “Vanderpump Rules” as the cast members continue to showcase their lives. In a recent series of photographs obtained by TheFantasyTimes, Schwartz and his business partner Tom Sandoval were seen engaged in a tense conversation while shopping together at 3SixTeen in Los Angeles’ Little Tokyo neighborhood. This incident occurred almost four months after Sandoval’s then-girlfriend Ariana Madix discovered his affair with their co-star Raquel Leviss. Schwartz faced criticism when he admitted to keeping this affair a secret in order to support his friend. Interestingly, Schwartz’s ex-wife, Katie Maloney, also underwent a makeover earlier this summer. She revealed her new look, a chic haircut inspired by ’90s musician Natalia Imbruglia, in a selfie on Instagram, captioned with the title of Imbruglia’s hit single “Torn.”
Tom Schwartz is finding out if blonds really do have more fun.
The “Vanderpump Rules” star has ditched his signature brunette locks in favor of an edgier platinum blond ‘do.
He debuted the dramatic hair transformation in a photo shared by a fan on Instagram Saturday.
Per the hashtags on the post, the Bravolebrity — who was dressed in an all-black outfit — appeared to be having a drink at the Mondrian hotel in Los Angeles when the picture was taken.
However, Schwartz, 40, has yet to address the new look on his own social media.
The reality TV star’s makeover comes amid filming for Season 11 of “Vanderpump Rules.”
Schwartz previously admitted that he was “terrified” for cameras to start rolling again in the aftermath of “Scandoval.”
“We’ve been through so much with this group, and we’re a volatile crew,” he told Us Weekly in June.
“We’ve always been a volatile group of friends. I don’t think I’ve ever had an argument outside of this group, to be honest. We have a lot of history together and there’s been trials and tribulations, but it comes from a place of love.”
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Last month, the Schwartz & Sandy’s co-owner was seen having a tense conversation with business partner Tom Sandoval while filming the new season.
The pair looked agitated in photos obtained by TheFantasyTimes as they went shopping together at 3SixTeen in Los Angeles’ Little Tokyo neighborhood.
The outing came nearly four months after Sandoval’s then-girlfriend Ariana Madix discovered in March that he was cheating with their co-star Raquel Leviss.
Schwartz later came under fire when he admitted to keeping the months-long affair under wraps to support his friend.
Meanwhile, Schwartz isn’t the only “Pump Rules” cast member to undergo a hair transformation in recent months.
Back in June, his ex-wife, Katie Maloney, revealed her chic haircut inspired by ’90s musical artist Natalia Imbruglia.
At the time, she simply captioned a selfie on Instagram with the title of the singer’s 1997 hit single, “Torn.”