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‘Million Dollar Listing’ star announces his decision to leave the show

Madison Hildebrand
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The “Million Dollar Listing” stars love being on the show. They all share their work with the world, inspire others to enter the real-estate market and provide great shows. The show first started with “Million Dollar Listing,” which filmed in the Los Angeles and Malibu area. A few years ago, “Million Dollar Listing: New York” started and this year, a Miami version will start airing. But it isn’t for everyone. According to a new tweet published on June 23, “Million Dollar Listing” star Madison Hildebrand announced this morning that he would be leaving the show behind.

Hildebrand has been filming several seasons of the original “Million Dollar Listing,” and he was known for selling fabulous properties in Malibu. Even though he has been on the show for a while and has created a massive fan base, it sounds like Madison wants to focus on his business and his career. Of course, he did have some troubles with some of his co-stars, including the Altman brothers.

“BIG NEWS! I've made my decision 2 leave #MDLLA & focus on exciting, new endeavors. BIG thx 2 my fans, family & Bravo 4 ur support! #Happy,” he shared on his social media pages this morning. Bravo is currently working on casting the new season, since they will start filming again soon. Bravo has created another show within the franchise that focuses on Miami real-estate agents and their listings. This show will already premiere once “Million Dollar Listing: New York” wraps up this week.

However, the Los Angeles franchise won’t be airing until later this year. Madison didn’t get specific in his reasonings for leaving the show, but it sounds like he doesn’t want to film with his other co-stars. Of course, some of them do get rather competitive and they don’t think about other people’s feelings at times. There have also been violent altercations.

Perhaps Madison doesn’t want to film the show in case it does hurt his career and his professional relationships. No word from Bravo on who will replace him, but Kyle Richards’ husband, Mauricio Umansky, has been doing some guest appearances, as he works with Josh Altman.

What do you think of Madison’s decision to leave the show?

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