Andrea Denver Addresses Absence From Season 7 of ‘Summer House’

Why Andrea Denver Is 'Taking a Step Away' From Season 7 of 'Summer House'

Andrea Denver.
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Take a break. Before filming begins Andrea DenverHe spoke out about his decision to not appear in season 7 Summer House.

“I am taking a step away from television this year and I won’t be making a comeback to Bravo’s Summer House,” Andrea, 30, exclusively told Us WeeklyIn a statement. “I am focusing on the launch of my clothing brand Son Of Wind, which is an [Italian unisex]Streetwear brand created by me and one of my childhood besties Alberto Volpato.”

According to the reality star his collection has taken a year to create and will require his full attention. “We have taken care of everything in the smallest detail to create a luxury clothing brand with the best materials. We will launch Son Of Wind at the end of August,” Andrea added. “But we will start having the brand in the first showrooms in the United States in Miami and New York City starting in late July.”

He concluded: “I am sorry that I won’t be in the Hamptons with my friends this summer but I am giving all my attention to the brand and I am really excited for it.”

The Italy native’s clarification comes after a source close to production confirmed to UsThat Luke GulbransonAnd Alex WachSeason 7 will also see a departure of the cast. The cast is expected include Lindsay Hubbard, Paige DeSorbo, Kyle Cooke, Ama Batula, Carl Radke, Danielle Olivera, Ciara Miller andMya Allen

Luke, 38 years old, said that he didn’t want to leave amid rumors about a cast shakeup. “I’m not gonna be on Summer House this year,” the Minnesota native said via Instagram Live on Tuesday, June 28. “I’m extremely thankful for the last three years of being on the show. I’m gonna miss my friends a ton. I’m actually extremely, extremely bummed I’m not gonna be able to spend the summer with them — breaks my heart, but I know they’ll have a good time and we’ll be in touch.”

Andrea, for his parts, confirmed his inability to return from season 2 Winter House. “No. [Starting] tomorrow, I am going to go to Hawaii to relax for a few days and I am not going to Vermont,” he revealed on The Dipp‘s “Morgan’s Pop Talks” podcast in February. “I started dating recently and she is a very important person to me.”

Bravo’s first season, he made his debut as a Bravo personality Winter House hinted at a few “different reasons” for the choice.

“I feel like, on one hand, this is a really important moment. I just reconnected to this person who was a part my life before. I care deeply about her. It’s too fast for me to go on another vacation — filming with my friends and stuff,” he said, adding that he knows fans “prefer” him to single on screen. “The truth is that I felt that need, something coming from inside. You can’t control that. I know there are people who would love me to be single. But, I know my heart belongs somewhere and I am happy. That is the most important thing.”

Sarah Hearon reporting

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