Jordan Emanuel Reveals Why the 'Summer House: MV' Season 1 Reunion Didn't Happen (EXCLUSIVE)

"I think we all would have loved to have a reunion ... I just don't think realistically like it was gonna happen," Jordan exclusively told 'Distractify.'

Allison DeGrushe - Author

Mar. 22 2024, Published 11:32 a.m. ET

'Summer House: Martha's Vineyard' Season 1 official key art features the cast smiling for a photo together.
Source: Bravo

Guess who's popping back into your living room? That's right, the cast of Summer House: Martha's Vineyard is making a comeback, and you can bet there will be oodles of fun (and a healthy dose of drama) this time around!

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With the Season 2 premiere just days away, fans are practically bouncing off the walls with excitement. But wait, hold on because there's a burning question on everyone's minds: Will there be a juicy reunion special this time?

Season 1 notably lacked such an exciting event — so what's the story behind that? Well, in an exclusive interview with Distractify, Jordan Emanuel shed some light on these queries.

Jordan Emanuel wears in a light green dress for her portrait for Season 2 of 'Summer House: Martha's Vineyard.'
Source: Kareem Black/Bravo
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Why wasn't there a reunion for 'Summer House: Martha's Vineyard' Season 1?

Jordan told Distractify that while she and the rest of the Summer House: Martha's Vineyard cast would've "loved" to sit down for a reunion, it just wasn't in the cards timing-wise. She explained, "I think everybody would have loved to have made it work, but I just don't think, realistically, like it was gonna happen."

"It just became a logistics thing more than anything else," Jordan continued. "As far as exposure, I mean, of course, I'm always gonna say, 'Yeah, I want more' because I'm proud of us. I'm proud of the work we've done and our dynamic. I think we put a lot into it by exposing our real relationships, and our real thoughts, and our real feelings, especially as Black people, quite frankly.

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Jordan concluded, "So yeah, of course, I'm always going to say like, I want everybody to see it, and I want everyone to be talking about it, naturally. But I mean, I think my expectations were exceeded, regardless, because I certainly wasn't expecting people to recognize me on the street, especially like nine months later, you know?"

Season 2 of Summer House: Martha's Vineyard premieres Sunday, March 24, at 9 p.m. EST on Bravo. New episodes will air on Sundays at 9 p.m. EST, and they will be available to stream on Peacock the next day.

Reporting by Elizabeth Randolph

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