'Overserved with Lisa Vanderpump' Full Cast List: Meet Iggy Azalea, Vivica A Fox and rest of the cast of E! show
Lisa will be opening up her mansion to chat with celebrities about their lives and more
Lisa Vanderpump has opened the doors to her plush mansion, Villa Rosa, for alfresco evenings that will be underlined by intense conversations, gossips, games, and big reveals. Essentially, it's a chat show but packaged in a fresh format.
The entrepreneur's not going to assume the role of just any talk show host, asking questions and hoping to find interesting answers that'll make the front page. Instead, she will be treating her celebrity guests as if they were at her house for a party. And a party it is, given the all-star line-up of celebrities who will join her for a lavish soiree every week on 'Overserved with Lisa Vanderpump'. The E! show features 24 guests. Read on to know more about them.
The actress-singer is best known for her roles in the 'Pitch Perfect' film series and HBO vampire drama series 'True Blood'. At this point, we are not certain what the chats are going to be about but the divorce may come up? Anna split with her husband of two years - Skylar Astin - in 2019. "I feel kinda free for the first time in a very long time, for lots of reasons," she told ET months after her divorce was finalized.
Cheryl had become synonymous with 'Dancing with the Stars' after winning the show twice in a row when she decided to quit it. In 2014, when her contract came up, she took up a different job. Explaining her move to Nicki Swift, she said: "It was like I needed to learn again. I needed to surround myself in a different environment. I started feeling like I was on autopilot, and that's never fun, which is why I also went to Argentina to learn how to Argentine tango when the show added that dance."
The two-time Emmy Award-nominee has made it to Lisa's 'fun guests' list. "Cheryl Hines, Joel McHale, I mean, right, we just had great people and everybody was up for laughs, and I couldn’t have asked for better guests, really," the 'Vanderpump Rules' star told The Daily Dish. Cheryl is best known for her role in HBO's 'Curb Your Enthusiasm'.
Comedian-actor Gabriel, also known as Fluffy, made headlines last week when trolled the cancel culture on Twitter defending his role as Speedy Gonzales in 'Space Jam: A New Legacy'. "I am the voice of Speedy Gonzales in the new Space Jam," he tweeted and added: "Does this mean they are gonna try to cancel Fluffy too? U can’t catch me cancel culture. I’m the fastest mouse in all of Mexico."
The 'Fancy' hitmaker is a pop icon and an inspiration to millions of aspiring singers. She has a string of popular songs to her credit and has established herself as an indomitable force in the music industry. But behind the glitz, glamor, and fame, is a mother who cannot get enough of her 10-month-old son Onyx Carter. The artist's Instagram feed is a delight these days. She often shares pictures of her little one and he is simply adorable.
Jaleel wears many hats. He is an actor, comedian, producer, and writer, who is best known for his role as Steve Urkel in 'Family Matters.' His character was intended to be a one-time guest appearance but because it became an instant hit with the audience, he was made a regular. Over the years, Jaleel has made an impressive contribution to entertainment, but that never got acknowledged fully. He told Yahoo Entertainment how he was never invited to the Emmy Awards. "It was pretty much told to us I would be wasting my time to even submit myself for a nomination. It was so normalized you just shrugged it was like, 'Oh yeah, it’s for the white kids."
This 'Vanderpump Rules' star and DJ has turned his life around since marking a year of sobriety in July 2020. The ravaging pandemic brought out the best in him. He not only produced a solo album - 'Make Anger Great Again' - but also dropped his moniker 'White Kanye'. "I’m just going to be James Kennedy — the best producer that I can be, myself," he told Page Six and added: "But his music still lives within me."
Jeannie is an American television host and stylist who is best known for her work in 'How Do I Look?' and talk show 'The Real'. But what catapulted the fashion expert's career was her stint on ABC's 'Dancing with the Stars'. Unfortunately, she had bow out of the competition ahead of week 8 after being diagnosed with epiglottitis, which required surgery.
In February 2021, 'Flipping Out' star Jeffrey Thomas Lewis stepped out with Gage Edward, ex-partner of 10 years. While most thought that they had patched up, it turned out to be a dinner date that was aimed at assessing how they can co-parent better. "Our most important focus is raising our daughter in a loving environment and we are learning how to co-parent as effectively as we both can for her sake," Edward told People and added: "I am optimistic."
This Australian-American stand-up comedian is also an actor and a writer. He created and starred in the sitcom 'Legit' and the Comedy Central late-night show 'The Jim Jefferies Show. Also, Jeff headlines Netflix's 'Intolerant', which was widely recognized for its scathing commentary on cancel culture.
Known best for his role in 'The Soup' and sitcom 'Community', Joel McHale has also appeared in films - 'Spy Kids: All the Time in the World' and 'Ted'. His latest, however, is 'Happily.' Describing the theme of the film, Joel tells Boston Herald that it starts like a "romantic comedy, then turns into a murder mystery perhaps and then somewhat science fiction."
The actress-comedian has starred in 'Animal Practice', 'The Boondocks', 'Young & Hungry' and 'The Parkers'. Even though her work defines her, Kym has a personal life too, which she likes to keep private. However, she made an exception during the taping of her 'Two Funny Mamas' where she spoke about her relationship with late R&B singer Gerald Levert. "Gerald needed a wife. He needed a real wife at home. He didn’t need an actress," she recalled and added: "I didn’t understand that then, and I remember [when he told me] it hurt my feelings. He said, 'There can only be one star in this family.'"
On March 15, Lala Kent and her fiancé Randall Emmett welcomed their firstborn Ocean Kent Emmett. While Lisa couldn't have been happier, she said she will congratulate the new parents once they have settled in. "Well, I will be speaking to Lala. I think Pandora [Lisa's daughter] said to me if you’re gonna call her. I said no, I'm just like, you know, the last thing I think people want is to be bombarded with phone calls when they’ve just had a baby," Lisa told The Daily Dish and added that she felt Lala needed rest.
NSYNC charmer James Lance Bass started his career in arts and entertainment with pop singing and later took on roles of a dancer, actor, and film and television producer. He will be on Lisa's show alongside his husband Michael Turchin. But it's not going to be pleasant. Lisa and Michael will gang up on Lance to pull a prank. "Because he's so mean to you all the time playing practical jokes, I think you should get your own back on him. So if you go into the horsey house, there's a big horse's head in there. Put it on and jump out at him," Lisa instructed.
She started as an electrical engineer but later switched to musical engineering, and eventually settled with stand-up comedy. Loni also hosts 'The Real' a talk show that became widely famous after she broke down rumors of Nicki Minaj and her punctuality. During an appearance on 'Nightly Pop', Loni revealed that the singing sensation had arrived an hour later and demanded chicken for her crew.
Even though Margaret is an established actress who dabbles in music, stand-up comedy, fashion designing, and writing, she is equally invested in social and political problems, especially those that tackle race and sexuality. "It’s about unwrapping all of these cultural approaches toward trauma and using a very Americanized view towards trauma and healing," Cho told NBC and added: "The more news coverage we get, the more voices are out there on social media, the better."
'Saved by the Bell' heartthrob Mario Lopez may have appeared in several films and on Broadway, but among his latest achievements is opening up a ghost kitchen. He has partnered with restaurateur Robert Earl to bring a virtual food concept to Houston. What he brings to the show is something we'll have to wait and see.
Actress-model Meagan Good has appeared in several shows, films, and music videos. Recently, she even directed a powerful video for up-and-coming artist Diarra titled 'Set Free'. Talking about the inherent theme, she told People: "We're not moving on. We have an active role that each and every one of us has to play in this time of history. What are we supposed to be doing to force the hands of change and to make sure people are constantly activated on how we continue to do better?"
Sheryl Underwood has been in the news since her heated conversation with Sharon Osbourne on 'The Talk'. The two were discussing Piers Morgan's relentless attacks on Meghan Markle. However, it's all settled now. "I got a good night’s sleep. I slept well because I didn’t do anything to anybody," she said in her podcast 'The World According to Sheryl'. "And I was a good friend, no matter what came toward me, I was a good friend."
Stephen Gilchrist Glover, professionally known as Steve-O, recently marked 13 years of sobriety. The British-born American television personality, stunt performer, and entertainer wrote on Instagram: "So grateful to be celebrating thirteen years of sobriety today... thanks to everyone who helped me make it this far and, as always, thanks to @johnnyknoxville for giving me the loving nudge that started my journey!"
Dr Terry Dubrow and Heather Dubrow
The couple was in the news for being supportive parents to daughter Max Dubrow who made a surprise announcement on Instagram last year. She came out as bisexual. Talking to ET about the major update, Heather said: "I think as parents, what makes me so happy is that she is so confident and comfortable in who she is and has our full support."
It's been over a decade since 'Beverly Hills, 90210' went off the air but the cattiness is intact. The show's star Tori Spelling, alongside Jennie Garth, recently responded to allegations leveled against them by co-star Vanessa Marcil. "From my perception, Vanessa was a kick-ass girl. She came in confident, beautiful, good actress, a professional, always showed up. I don’t remember her having a bad time, but I don’t know what was going on inside," Tori said during the taping of the 90210MG podcast.
The drag persona of Brian Michael Firkus, Trixie is an American drag queen who sings and writes. She enjoys a massive fan following on social media and is often vocal about her choices in life. What she brings to Lisa's show is not known yet but trust her to be the life of the party.
Vivica A. Fox
Vivica A. Fox recently made news for burying the hatchet with 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' alum Kenya Moore during an episode of 'Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.' Their long-standing feud started when they competed in 'The Celebrity Apprentice' in 2015. Kenya had apologized, it was time Vivica accepted it. And she did. "Kenya is a beautiful woman, and, yes, I am ready to let bygones be bygones," the actress-producer said.
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