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Entire ‘Vanderpump Rules’ Cast Gets Diarrhea After Alcohol Binge In Mexico — ‘I Can’t Stop Sh***ing Myself’

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Apr. 9 2019, Published 12:45 p.m. ET

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The Vanderpump Rules cast had a sh***y time when they returned from their Mexican vacation, literally. They vented about their diarrhea problems on the show’s most recent episode, which left two of them admitting something truly disgusting. Read on for all the details.

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The trip to Mexico was filled with endless drama and hilarious moments between the VPR cast.

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Lala Kent kept asking people to hold her hand at dinner in order to help battle her anxiety, Ariana Madix and Kristen Doute surprisingly got along after years of tension between them and Tom Schwartz decided to seduce his wife Katie Maloney with Cheetos and Snickers all over their bed

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Things took a turn for the nasty when they returned from their Mexican vacation.

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Several cast members openly discussed their diarrhea frustrations with one another during their shifts at Sur.

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“To be honest, not feeling too hot,” Jax Taylor said after Tom Sandoval asked him how he was doing. “What’s it like to have a solid poop? Haven’t had one in four days.”

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“Dude! I literally cannot stop s***ing myself,” Lala, 29, vented to Katie, 32.

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