Stassi Schroeder is ready to talk.
Three months after she was axed from "Vanderpump Rules" for racist actions, Stassi is finally going to open up, and she'll be doing it on Tamron Hall's talk show.
"On Thursday, Sept. 17, in an exclusive interview, Stassi Schroeder speaks for the first time after being let go from the hit Bravo series 'Vanderpump Rules' – a result of her racially insensitive actions that resurfaced this past June," an announcement from the "Tamron Hall show" read. "She will discuss how the incident and recently announced pregnancy have reshaped her perspective on work and life."
Stassi was one of four cast members fired from "Vanderpump Rules" earlier this year over past racist acts. The fallout for Stassi was swift, as she lost several lucrative brand partnerships and speaking gigs. She was also dropped by both her publicist and agent. It was around the same time that she announced that she's expecting her first child with fiancé Beau Clark.
Despite the initial backlash, Stassi might find herself back on reality TV again, as several companies apparently aren't put off by her controversial past. TMZ reported last month that Stassi is in talks with Evolution Media about "future projects" together.
Page Six, meanwhile, reported that "nothing is imminent in regards to a television show." A source close to Stassi reportedly said, "She's at a crossroads in her life and trying to figure out what the next few chapters of her life are going to look like."