"Vanderpump Rules" season six will reportedly include a new cast member. According to a new report, radio star Elisa Jordana has relocated from New York City to Los Angeles, where she's begun working at SUR Restaurant.

Although Bravo TV has not yet commented on the season six cast, a Radar Online report on April 3 revealed that Jordana has been working at the Lisa Vanderpump-owned establishment ever since her 5-year romance with Benjy Bronk came to an end. “Right now I am in L.A.,” Elisa Jordana told the outlet. “I just got a job at [SUR Restaurant], Lisa Vanderpump’s restaurant.

I’m super exited. I’m a huge fan of hers. She’s amazing and I love her. So kind and lovely.”

Lisa Vanderpump's spinoff began airing in 2013

After starring for years on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," Vanderpump was awarded with her own spinoff series, "Vanderpump Rules," which is based out of one of her three hotspots in Los Angeles, SUR Restaurant. Her other venues, PUMP Lounge and Villa Blanca, have also been seen on the series.

Will 'Vanderpump Rules' season six feature new romances?

According to Radar Online, Elisa Jordana will be making her debut alongside the brother of Ariana Madix, Jeremy Madix, who currently works as a busser at the restaurant. Meanwhile, Scheana Marie will reportedly begin starring alongside her new love interest, Robert Parks Valletta, on season six, as well.

As for the rest of the couples of "Vanderpump Rules," including Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright, Ariana Madix and Tom Sandoval, Kristen Doute and Brian Carter, and Katie Maloney and Tom Schwartz, fans will likely see what their next steps will be. Will Jax Taylor get engaged? Will Tom Sandoval buy a home? Will Katie Maloney get pregnant?

Fans will have to wait and see what happens next when the series returns to Bravo for season six later this year.

To see more "Vanderpump Rules," don't miss tonight's installment of the 3-part reunion special at 8 p.m. on Bravo TV. The episode will be followed by the premiere of "Southern Charm" season four at 9 p.m.