Jax Taylor On Surprising Tom Schwartz With His Brothers

One of my favorite moments from this week’s episode of Vanderpump Rules was when Tom Sandoval and Jax Taylor surprised Tom Schwartz with his triplet brothers at his rehearsal dinner. Now, Jax is talking about how close Bert, Billy, and Brandon came to not making it to their brother’s wedding.

“It came really, really close to not happening,” Jax teased. “It really did. And I was livid.”

“We were trying to figure out what to get Tom for his wedding present and we didn’t want to get him a gift. We wanted to get him something that he really, really wanted and Tom was really up high on the budget for the wedding but he really wanted to have his brothers there,” he told The Daily Dish. “But it was a little bit too much to spend.”

That’s when Jax approached Tom Sandoval. “I approached Tom Sandoval like, ‘Why don’t we fly in his brothers? Why don’t we go get them suits? Go get them haircuts. Fly them in, get them hotels, and surprise him,'” Jax said. “‘Cause he wanted to have his brothers there, but it wasn’t in the budget. So we surprised him with that and I knew I could get Tom to break down and cry when he saw his brothers ’cause he loves his brothers to death. He loves his family. So that was a huge thing for us.”

Watch the scene again below:

Photo Credit: Bravo


3 Replies to “Jax Taylor On Surprising Tom Schwartz With His Brothers”

  1. I find it hilarious that having his brothers at his wedding wasn’t in the budget but $10,000 for flowers was. Priorities!

  2. I agree Bobbi but then again schwartz seemed out of the loop with the wedding costs and any of the planning. I’m sure katie felt the flowers were more important than her fiance family. jax redeemed himself to me with this generous gift. schwartz reaction was priceless. I wonder though if bravo helped them with some of the cost of the wedding and in bringing in the brothers

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