The Vanderpump Rules squad is already in the Christmas spirit, thanks to a cheerful holiday bash filled with ugly Christmas sweaters, shotskis, and fake teeth earlier this week. But the SURvers are going even bigger for their New Year's celebration. "We're going to Cabo for New Year's," Kristen Doute teased when The Daily Dish caught up with her at the end of November. "Dirty, dirty Cabo. We're gonna redo Season ."
Here's hoping the SUR crew finds more fun in the Mexican resort city this time around with no drinks ending up poured on Katie Maloney-Schwartz's head.
Of course, before we ring in 2017, many are still working on getting a gift for everyone on their list before Christmas rolls around. Kristen said that the one person who's always difficult to shop for among the Vanderpump Rules cast is Tom Schwartz. "I think Schwartz is probably the hardest, because I know that whenever Schwartz's birthday rolls around, it's like, do I look on eBay for Ninja Turtle things? Do I buy him another air plant? Sweatpants, perhaps? What do you get Schwartz? Do I go to the airport and get a free Bank of America T-shirt? That's all Schwartz," she explained. "In one sense, he's very simple and easy, but at the same time, you can't really shop for Schwartz. He'll be appreciative no matter what, but he just likes all the basic bitch things in life."
And some are better at giving gifts than others. Kristen said the worst gift she had ever received from a Vanderpump Rules pal came from Stassi Schroeder in the form of the below Instagram post of a screenshot of Stassi getting ready to bitch slap Kristen after she admitted to hooking up with Jax in Season 2. The post came with the caption, "Happy Birthday to my favorite wino. May I never have a reason to backhand you again." "I was like, 'That means you love me? You love me, right? Thanks, Stassi,'" Kristen said of the "present." "Yeah, that sucked."
Look on the bright side, Kristen. Your gifts can only go up from there this holiday season.
Relive the group's first Cabo expedition, below.