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Tom Sandoval Announces His New Project That He's "So Excited" About: Get the Details
The Vanderpump Rules cast member revealed all the info about his new career move.
Vanderpump Rules' Tom Sandoval has some big news to share. He's about to launch his latest project and he's sharing all the details about it after he confirmed on Instagram on Sept. 27 that he's set to his own podcast, Everybody Loves Tom.
Read on for details about the project.
Tom Sandoval Reveals Details About His New Podcast, Everybody Loves Tom
In a message posted to his Instagram account this week, Tom shared some insight into the new project, which launches on Sept 28. "The past 7 months have been wild, but - today I’m so excited to announce my brand new podcast, Everybody Loves Tom. I’ll be talking with my friends and celebs about EVERYTHING from my personal life to fashion, music, mixology, BTS of [Vanderpump Rules] ... and lots more.”
An update on Tom Sandoval's dating life
While fans can check out his podcast for any new updates on his life, Tom did recently confirm that he is single. He told E! News on Sept. 13, “I’m not getting into anything serious right now. I’m just kind of really taking some time. I mean, I’ve been pretty much in a committed relationship for 15 years.”
What is Tom Sandoval & the Most Extras up to?
The group has a number of shows lined up for October throughout the country. "OCTOBER TOUR DATES are all currently on sale!" the group announced on their Instagram page. "We’re so pumped to be going back to Nashville and Cincinnati as well as visiting states for the first time like Georgia and Florida!"
Back in April 2022, Tom spoke with BravoTV.com about bringing his dream to reality and taking his act on the road. “It’s just been crazy. I didn’t know if this was going to be something that people really got into,” Tom said at the time. “I just wanted to do it. You know what I mean? I just wanted to get out there, make music, and do it. And I love it so much.”
"We want to do songs that people don't normally hear in cover bands. If we play a Journey song, there's no way we're playing, like, 'Don't Stop Believin'," he said in a previous interview with The Daily Dish, adding that the group had "such a crazy mix" of songs they liked to cover. "We're just all over the place. Like, we open up with Incubus' 'Wish You Were Here,' I play trumpet within the first 20 seconds. And then it goes right into, you know, Loverboy's 'Workin' for the Weekend.' That's what I really like, just the unexpectedness of it."