Luke, Andrea and Alex Exit ’Summer House’ Ahead of Season 7


Luke Gulbranson and Andrea Denver.
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It’s time to spice things up this summer. Luke Gulbranson, Andrea DenverAnd Alex WachSeason 7 will not see him back Summer HouseA source close to production confirms that Us Weekly.

Also included: The Bravo series’ season 6 cast Lindsay Hubbard, Paige DeSorbo, Kyle Cooke, Ama Batula, Carl Radke, Danielle Olivera and Ciara MillerThey are expected to return. Production on the drama set in Hamptons usually begins over the Fourth of July weekend.

Luke, who will be appearing in season 2 of Winter HouseThis fall, is the first time a former cast member will speak out about his departure.

“I’m not gonna be on Summer House this year,” the Minnesota native, 38, 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.”

When asked why he wasn’t returning, the hockey coach played coy.

“I can’t answer the why,” Luke said.

Andrea, 31 years old, joined Bravo for season 1 Winter HouseSeason 6 Summer House, later made a brief cameo on Luke’s Live but didn’t disclose much. The model previously noted he wasn’t asked back for season 2 of the winter spinoff.

Luke Gulbranson, Andrea Denver and Alex Wach Exit ’Summer House’ Ahead of Season 7 Cast

Season 6 cast of ‘Summer House” (L-R) Paige DeSorbo, Luke Gulbranson, Andrea Denver, Carl Radke, Mya Allen, Danielle Olivera, Ciara Miller, Kyle Cooke, Amanda Batula, Lindsay Hubbard, and Alex Wach.
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Alex shared a cryptic tweet. He was a guest on the show last year and was a big news story when the series was being cut.

“Everyone can agree that life throws some curve balls now and again. Recently I’ve felt like life has thrown me a curveball straight to my face 😵‍💫. At first I didn’t handle it in the best way, shutting myself in physically and emotionally. Even fitness, my passion, took a backseat to a point where it took all my willpower to get out of bed or leave the house,” he wrote alongside a gym selfie. “After a few weeks with some help from some friends, I’m learning to take some time to self reflect and take a step back, something extremely hard to do living within the NYC hustle and bustle lifestyle.”

He added: “This pic is from last year where I was in peak form mentally and physically. I’m happy that I can look back and use a past version of myself as a goal to strive for. It’s not always easy or quick, but you always come out stronger and can hopefully smile about it. #life #lifestuff #nyc #fitness #health #wellbeing #emotionalhealth #process.”

Winter HouseBravo is expected to host the return of Bravo this fall.

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