Bravo’s Summer House Season 7 premiere is a little over a month away, but a falling out between former friends Lindsay Hubbard and Danielle Olivera seems to be the focus of the season. Hubbard agreed to Carl Radke’s proposal after almost a year of dating, and the whirlwind romance appears to have sparked a feud between the two “summer cottage” friends.
“Getting engaged now would be crazy,” Olivera tells her co-stars about Hubbard and Radke in the trailer.
Hubbard and Olivera had a sit-down during the season that was caught on cameras. “Maybe we won’t get engaged if it’s appropriate for you,” Hubbard tells Olivera. “You’ve been beating me up all summer!” she says in another scene.
Olivera has her share of one-liners in the trailer, telling Hubbard, “You’re getting so damn defensive. It’s annoying” and “I don’t talk shit about you. I’ll tell you to your damn face!”
Hubbard and Radke have starred on Summer House since the first season premiered in 2017. During Halloween 2021, rumors surfaced that they were dating again after dressing up as Frances “Baby” Houseman and Johnny Castle. In January 2022, Hubbard confirmed it was an item, according to People.
Olivera also appeared in Season 1 of Summer House, but didn’t become a regular on the series until Season 2. Olivera told Us Weekly in September that she doesn’t plan to get serious about boyfriend Robert Sieber and was focusing on her career for now. According to RealityTV Blurb, Olivera and Sieber could have split up in December 2022. Olivera has not publicly confirmed the split.
Viewers first became suspicious that Hubbard and Olivera were falling out after Olivera remained silent on social media following Hubbard’s engagement in August.
Olivera initially played the episodes and said she was happy for the couple.
“Social media is a strange animal. I think I was just exhausted from the summer,” she told Us Weekly in September. “I juggle so many things. Of course, I’m very, very happy for her.”
Olivera admitted she was surprised by the engagement. “Looking back, it’s surprising in that sense. They just moved into a beautiful apartment together, so I thought maybe they could do that for a while,” she told Us Weekly. “But everyone is in a different time frame and it is what it is.”
After months of speculation, Hubbard confirmed that she and Olivera were out during BravoCon in October.
“It’s just unfortunate,” Hubbard said, according to People. “You’ll have to see it. I hate being the person who has to say that.”
“Listen, we have a very complicated friendship at times, and we’re in the middle of a complicated situation,” Hubbard added, per People.
The Summer House star hoped their friendship could be restored. “Hopefully everything works out,” she added, the outlet noted. “I have great faith and I hope that in the end everything will be fine as you have a very strong, solid bond and many years of friendship. So we’ll see.”