A former Summer House cast member opened up about one of her co-stars.
Hannah Berner, who was a cast member on the Bravo reality series for three seasons, famously butted heads throughout her run on the show with co-star Lindsay Hubbard.
Hubbard and Berner’s troubles date back to 2019, when the PR pro accused her new roommate of “talking sh*t about her” on a podcast. In a flashback clip, Berner was featured on a podcast claiming Hubbard treated her like a “servant,” per Bravo. Hubbard retaliated by not inviting Berner to a VIP New Year’s Eve party with the rest of the cast.
Berner addressed the diss as he spoke to “See What Happens Live” In February 2021, she told host Andy Cohen that her then “kind boyfriend,” Luke Gulbranson, found the slight “weird.”
“I definitely felt hurt. It sucked,” she said of being the only Summer House cast member not invited to the event.
In May 2022, Berner married comedian Des Bishop. DeSorbo was by her side, as was Ciara Miller, the “Summer House” star, but Hubbard, who recently got engaged to “Summer House” OG Carl Radke, was nowhere to be seen.
Despite not having been a cast member on Summer House for the past two seasons, Berner still harbors some feelings for Hubbard. According to Page Six, during a taping of her Giggly Squad podcast on Sept. 10, 2022, Berner responded to a fan asking about the status of her relationship with her ex-co-star.
“[Lindsay Hubbard] is the meanest person I’ve ever met,” she said.
Berner added that she’s trying to take the highway. “I have love for everyone,” Berner added. “You don’t always have to talk to people, but you can still wish them the best.”
Berner’s “Giggly Squad” podcast partner Paige DeSorbo is still a cast member on “Summer House” with Hubbard and she just wrapped up filming the seventh season of the show with her. After Berner called Hubbard “the meanest person” she’s met, DeSorbo commented of Hubbard, “She’s lovely.”
On Berner’s final season of Summer House, she claimed Hubbard was cold to her when she moved into the Hamptons’ party house for the summer of 2020. She later accused Hubbard of being “wrong” with her.
In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Hubbard denied that she gave Berner a “very cold hello” when she first saw her. Instead, she described her relationship with Berner as “sisterly.” But she added that Berner’s behavior towards her was different when they were off camera.
“I need consistency,” she said. “I don’t have ‘summer friends’ and ‘winter friends’. Why else are you in my life?”
“I hold people responsible when they do something wrong,” added the Summer House star. “[That] doesn’t make me mean or scary. I think it’s actually meaner when people talk crap about you behind your back and they look you in the face in a different way.”
Recently, Hubbard said the energy at the “summer house” has changed since Berner is now gone. When asked in an interview who she would least like to see back on the show, she implied that Berner caused a lot of trouble when she was on the cast.
“I just think there was a lot of unnecessary make-believe drama and subsequent uproar that we don’t really need,” the Summer House veteran said on the podcast Behind the Velvet Rope with David Yontef. “It’s been a much easier season and I think that’s a big part of it.”
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