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Stassi Schroeder wants a spin-off without any of her 'Vanderpump Rules' co-stars

Ever since Stassi Schroeder revealed that she now lives in New York City, "Vanderpump Rules" fans were left wondering whether the show's love to hate star would return for season three or if she would star in her own spin-off show. In an interview with OK! magazine, posted on Monday, Feb. 10, Stassi said that she would actually love to do a spin-off.

Stassi Schroeder attends Desigual fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall 2014 at The Theatre at Lincoln Center on February 6, 2014 in New York City.
Photo by Larry Busacca

"Everyone keeps asking me that, which makes me feel excited. I feel like I have to call my producers and be like 'Everyone keeps asking me about a spin-off. Can we make one?' I would love that," she replied when asked about doing a Stassi spin-off.

If she does get her own show, it likely won't involve any of her "Vanderpump Rules" co-stars. She made fun of her co-stars for "doing the same insidious shit that [they] were doing six months ago" and not learning their lessons. She said that she simply doesn't want to be around those people anymore.

"I dunno...I couldn't be around that terms of doing it [Vanderpump Rules] again, I don't know. I don't feel like I have anything left to give those people, like what conversations could I possibly have with any of them?" she said.

If Stassi doesn't return to the show, there's already another woman who can take her place. Carmen Dickman, Jax Taylor's new girlfriend, is already friends with the other cast members, including Kristen Doute and Scheana Marie.

Stassi is certainly loving her new life in New York City. She has been taking in a few fashion shows during New York Fashion Week and even ran into actress Kate Bosworth at one.

"I've never seen anyone so beautiful in my life," she tweeted.

What do you think of a spin-off featuring Stassi Schroeder?

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