Ariana Madix Looking Good in mini dress walking with ‘Vanderpump Rules’ Co-Star Raquel Leviss
These are the best days of their lives.
Ariana Madix and her “Vanderpump Rules” co-stars — minus Raquel Leviss and Tom Sandoval — have returned to set for the first time post-Scandoval.
The Something About Her co-founder, 38, put on a leggy display in a strapless denim mini dress and towering gold platform pumps while filming in Los Angeles Friday.
Madix paired the ensemble with a small yellow purse and slicked her back into a high bun.
She was joined by her castmate Katie Maloney, who looked chic in a black top and cargo pants.
She added a pair of black ballet flats, and her dark tresses were styled away from her face.
Maloney’s ex-husband, Tom Schwartz, was also spotted on set, where he posed for some selfies with fans.
He kept it casual in a green shirt with gray jeans and black sneakers.
Meanwhile, Scheana Shay opted for a pair of brown leather pants and a one-shouldered, black crop top.
Lala Kent, dressed in a diamond-printed bodysuit, arrived later in the day with Lisa Vanderpump, who was wearing pink and red heels.
Sandoval, who was at the center of an explosive cheating scandal with Leviss, 28, in Season 10, has not yet returned to the show as he’s filming “Special Forces” on Fox.
The ex-beauty queen was also noticeably absent from the cast’s recent filming day, however she is reportedly negotiating with Bravo on a deal to return for Season 11.
Sources told TMZ last week that she was in talks with the network, but there were “complications” in sealing the deal.
The insiders also added that salary negotiations were on the table.
The new season will follow the aftermath of the highly publicized scandal, which put Leviss, Sandoval and his then-longtime girlfriend, Madix, in the spotlight.
Madix discovered the TomTom bar owner, 39, was cheating on her after she found an intimate video of Leviss, her former friend, on his phone.
Leviss previously told viewers during the Season 10 reunion that her future on the show was “unclear” due to the extreme vitriol she has received from fans.
Shortly after filming ended, the former Miss California contestant checked herself into a long-term mental health facility and hasn’t been seen or heard from since.
In May, her rep told Page Six that the backlash had gotten so out of control that her family requested protection from the FBI due to the death threats they were receiving.