Katie Maloney and Tom Schwartz started dating two years before Bravo’s reality show Vanderpump Rules premiered in 2013, and they tied the knot in August 2016. After speculations that the couple broke up, Maloney filed for divorce on March 22nd, 2022. Now, it appears Katie is prepared to move on from this chapter and put herself back on the market.

Katie Maloney is enjoying all the perks of the single life. The Vanderpump Rules star had a very exciting night as she let her hair down as she received a lap dance at a club. Katie’s pal and fellow Vanderpump Rules co-star Lala Kent posted the shenanigans of their girls’ night out to her Instagram Stories.

The video began with Katie sitting on stage as the dancer sensually straddled her before disrobing. Lala shouted from the audience, “He’s Hot!” As the handsome man ripped off his tank top, the crowd expressed their approval in cheers.

Katie looked absolutely mortified throughout the dance as she buried her face in her hands in embarrassment. The 35-year-old back on the market after filing for divorce from Tom Schwartz after five years of marriage and 12 years together. The exes have remained amicable, and last month Katie attended the opening of her ex’s new bar, Schwartz & Sandy’s.

Meanwhile, Vanderpump Rules is back as they are gearing towards the production of its 10th season. Katie and Tom’s breakup seems to be the main focus this time around, as both of them filmed multiple one-on-one scenes in the last month since calling off their 12-year relationship, including a confrontation about Tom talking to another woman. We’ll have to see how much the 10th season covers all of this.

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