Southern Charm Cast Update: Shep Rose Explains Why He Was Angry at Craig Conover
“Southern Charm” star Shep Rose was seen furious at Craig Conover during the Wounded Warrior fundraising event. Read on to know the reason behind his anger.
According to Bravotv.com‘s exclusive interview, Rose admitted that he has not recovered yet from losing against Conover in the auction. He explained that Conover’s behavior was “insufferable” throughout the event.
“He [Conover] was a nightmare a lot of the time,” Rose said.
The “Southern Charm” hottie learned to mind his own business as one of the show’s stars. He believed more people are punished because of kindness. He thought Conover returned to “bite” him.
Now, does Rose have any regrets in the second season? Rose explained that he does not look back most of the time.
“It’s all water under the bridge,” Rose stated.
Rose always has something to say after attending a party or event with his “Southern Charm” co-stars. For example, Patricia Altschul’s awkward dinner in one episode resulted to a fight between Thomas Ravenel and Whitney Sudler-Smith. Rose described the feud as “a little embarrassing and ill-timed.” However, he was relieved that both grown men moved on. It was after staying true with each other.
Recalling the episode which featured Altschul’s tense dinner party, she decided to host an all-male event to skip the female drama. However, Smith and Ravenel were the ones bringing fiasco to the dinner plate. It was more about Ravenel’s political campaign. On the other hand, during Cooper’s Founders’ Ball, Kathryn Dennis could not help but stay at home just to wait for Ravenel. This called for another fight. It made them create a scandalous entrance to the ball.
“Southern Charm” Season 2 airs every Monday at 10:00 p.m. on Bravo.
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