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Ariana Madix and Kristen Doute support Tom Sandoval in concert
Tom Sandoval’s longtime girlfriend Ariana Madix and his ex Kristen Doute came out to support the ‘Vanderpump’ during a live show rules” star His new single “Superstars”.
Madix, 37, Dutt, 40, sat down with her boyfriend and podcast co-host Luke Broderick, and Sandoval, 39, with his 11-piece cover band Tom Sandoval & the Most Extras for a great original track.
“It’s a special night and I’m so excited,” Sandoval told Page Six EXCLUSIVELY ahead of Wednesday night’s TomTom show in West Hollywood.
“I originally got into this band because I kind of gave up on making original music,” he continued. “It’s just because of how long it takes, how perfectionist I am, and the uncertainty that comes with releasing my own music versus playing well-known covers.”
Attendees certainly enjoyed the brilliant rendition of Rick Springfield’s “Jesse’s Girl” and Sandoval’s other throwback hits. During a performance of The Proclaimers’ “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles),” he appeared in front of the audience, giving fans a mic if they wanted to sing along.
At one point in particular, he gave Dutt a chance to make his voice heard, proving how far they’ve come since their 2013 split. Today, Madix and Dutt, who have been dating Sandoval since 2014, are good friends even after the latter left Pump Rules in 2020.
The intimacy between women was on full display as they cheered on Sandoval on Superstars, danced together and filmed with their phones to remember the moment.
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The concert follows the Watch Party on Season 10 Episode 4, which includes the song’s live premiere in July 2022 in Agoura Hills Canyon, California.
But before “Superstar” came along, it was recorded at an iconic Los Angeles studio.
“We actually recorded ‘Superstars’ at Energy Studios,” Sandoval told Page Six. “That’s where No Doubt’s ‘Tragic Kingdom’ album was made, Linkin Park’s ‘Hybrid Theory’, all these amazing pieces. It’s amazing.”
Despite past uncertainties, Sandoval is now encouraged to release more original singles — especially after working with producer Stavros and songwriter Matt Hartek.
“It just feels right when you have a song that you know and grew up with,” he explains, noting The Most Extras’ penchant for playing classics from the 80s, 90s and 2000s.
“That’s the right way to sing the song. But when you’re writing something yourself, it can be like, ‘Is this true? Is this the right way to do it? We should change it,” the musician explained.
“And then, after you’ve been through it for a while, you start to doubt.” “But I’m just happy that I got through it and with a good team.”
In addition to Madix and Doute, Sandoval’s best friend and business partner Tom Schwartz, their boss Lisa Vanderpump, her husband Ken Todd, the mainstay of Peter Madrigal’s Pump Rules and Kyle Chan’s celebrity jewelry, were also at Wednesday’s event. .
“Superstars” is available on Apple Music, Spotify and all major streaming platforms.
“Vanderpump Rules” airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. on Bravo.